New Casual Jacket Pattern

Posted by Christina Albeck on

New Jacket sewing Pattern

Have you thought about sewing your own jacket and then shy away? How come sewing a jacket seems like an insurmountable task? So far, I have sewn several coats and jacket sewing patterns, and the final garments are some of my most loved and worn self-made garments in my wardrobe.

Canvas Jacket sewing pattern

We have added a new Canvas Jacket Pattern to the Jacket pattern collection. Whether you are a beginner wanting to dip your toe into the world of sewing your own jacket, or you are already a jacket pro, I'm confident that the new Canvas Jacket sewing pattern will excite you.

Canvas Jacket Pattern

The Canvas Jacket Sewing Pattern is a workwear-inspired style with a boxy and casual fit. It's perfect as an outerwear piece in transitional weather or a modern alternative to the classic cardigan for a day in the office. The Chunky topstitching and roomy patch pockets create a relaxed, timeless, rugged look that never goes out of style.

Find the fabric

The jacket is suitable for all medium-weight woven fabrics such as cotton, linen, wool, or other fabrics that are comfortable to wear. Choose interfacing that works with the weight of the fabric. Choose the button size as indicated in the size spec. We LOVE the fabric from Danish Mind The Maker (the above jacket is made with their cotton / linen Twill), and UK based Merchant and Mills. Check out their fabulous sellection of canvas and heavy denim fabrics.

Canvas Jacket sewing pattern

The Details

Featuring
  • Boxy fit
  • Unlined body
  • Two-piece cuffed sleeves
  • Chunky Patch Pockets
  • Front buttons
Pattern includes
  • Layers
  • Trimless pages
  • Fully illustrated instructions.
  • Paper format Letter, A4, and A0 (the A0 can also be used as a projector file).

Get a discount

While we celebrate this gorgeous new jacket sewing pattern, you get a 3 Euro discount when you purchase the pattern. The discount is automatically added to your shopping cart. The sale ends on Friday, September 3rd, 2021.

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