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Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Pika Vest sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
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    Pika Vest sewing pattern

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    A semi-fitted vest sewing pattern with princess seams and decorative pockets for woven fabric in sizes 0-24 / 30-54 with the following features:

    • PDF pattern printable on paper formats Letter, A4, and A0
    • Princess seams
    • Back darts
    • Front buttons
    • Decorative welt pockets
    • Lining

    📽 SEWING TUTORIAL ON YOUTUBE 📽

    The tutorial is created for the Pikes vest, but all the sewing techniques are identical.

    Flip through the images to find fabric requirements and measurements.

    The Pika vest can be worn over various tops or even on its own as a chic top. This vest is fashionable and functional with a pointed front hem, decorative welts, princess seams, back darts, and a shaped back seam. Plus, the inside is lined and features facings for added comfort. To create the Pika Vest, use woven fabric. For reference, the model in the photos is 172cm tall and wearing a size 8/38 vest. 

    Skill level 3/4

    Create a Pika Vest with ease using our simple sewing pattern and helpful video tutorial on YouTube. The instructions are easy to follow with illustrated step-by-step guidance.

     

    Pika vest sewing pattern

    What you need to make a vest:

     

    • Fabric (light to medium weight cotton, linen, wool, corduroy, twill)
    • Lining
    • Buttons
    • Interfacing
    • Sewing thread
    The sewing pattern includes

     

    • Layers
    • Trimless pages
    • Fully illustrated instructions
    • Metric and imperial measurements
    • A4, and letter paper format (28-page pattern)
    • A0 printshop format (2 pages)
    • Seam allowances
    • Youtube Video Sew-along

     

    Printing information

    Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that your printer's scaling is correct (2" x 2" / 5 cm x 5 cm). Use either A4 or Letter and print the document via Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it here for free. 

    PDF patterns for instant download are easy to use and have some advantages compared to conventional patterns:

    • Buy and download a pattern and be ready to sew in just 30 minutes
    • Print only the sizes you need
    • No overlapping pattern pieces

    All you need is a printer and Adobe Reader installed on your desktop computer. 

    Install Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer, get it here for FREE!

    How to Unzip the PDF patterns after you download.

    How to print PDF patterns in Adobe Reader.

    How to tape the pages of the sewing pattern together

    Find more help via Facebook Wardrobe By Me Pattern Support or contact us directly.

    Product info

    The Pika vest can be worn over various tops or even on its own as a chic top. This vest is fashionable and functional with a pointed front hem, decorative welts, princess seams, back darts, and a shaped back seam. Plus, the inside is lined and features facings for added comfort. To create the Pika Vest, use woven fabric. For reference, the model in the photos is 172cm tall and wearing a size 8/38 vest. 

    Skill level 3/4

    Create a Pika Vest with ease using our simple sewing pattern and helpful video tutorial on YouTube. The instructions are easy to follow with illustrated step-by-step guidance.

     

    Pika vest sewing pattern

    What you need to make a vest:

     

    • Fabric (light to medium weight cotton, linen, wool, corduroy, twill)
    • Lining
    • Buttons
    • Interfacing
    • Sewing thread
    The sewing pattern includes

     

    • Layers
    • Trimless pages
    • Fully illustrated instructions
    • Metric and imperial measurements
    • A4, and letter paper format (28-page pattern)
    • A0 printshop format (2 pages)
    • Seam allowances
    • Youtube Video Sew-along

     

    Printing information

    Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that your printer's scaling is correct (2" x 2" / 5 cm x 5 cm). Use either A4 or Letter and print the document via Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it here for free. 

    About PDF patterns

    PDF patterns for instant download are easy to use and have some advantages compared to conventional patterns:

    • Buy and download a pattern and be ready to sew in just 30 minutes
    • Print only the sizes you need
    • No overlapping pattern pieces

    All you need is a printer and Adobe Reader installed on your desktop computer. 

    Install Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer, get it here for FREE!

    How to Unzip the PDF patterns after you download.

    How to print PDF patterns in Adobe Reader.

    How to tape the pages of the sewing pattern together

    Find more help via Facebook Wardrobe By Me Pattern Support or contact us directly.

    Customer Reviews

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    Julia F
    Two so far ...

    I really love this pattern - it's a pleasure to sew and it turns out that waistcoats go with so many things and cover my 62-year-old midriff very comfortably :)
    So far I've made two from offcuts of fairly thick upholstery wool felt bought from a social enterprise on eBay. For the purple one I didn't have quite enough fabric so made the facings of thinner stripey cotton and, though it's a bit less warm, it sits slightly closer to the body and feels less stiff. I already have plans to make another one for the spring out of thinner wool suiting in various blues and my husband is hinting strongly that he would like one too, so it looks like I'll be getting the Pike pattern as well in the near future!

    R
    Renae V
    Step by step instructions make it achievable

    While there is lots of pieces, keeping them together with the pattern piece makes it easier to follow along.
    I found the curves the hardest part, however that comes with practice. Loved the clever (but fiddly) way the bottom seam is done.
    Was able to get done for a wedding and made a very happy crew

    M
    Mandy Hague
    Interesting waistcoat - just waiting to start a second one.

    A really nice feminine design. This one is a trial run for my daughter. She needs some more formal workwear, As she has a more athletic build, I found it easy to adapt the pattern for her shape. The instructions are good and easy to follow. I love the design of the lining in particular. Having the inside facings edging the lining stops anything peeking out.
    Take your time making this one, especially the top stitching. Such a nice touch. I will have to wait until I can make one for me, since I will need to make a second one of these for my daughter first.

    E
    Emily P
    Perfectly Designed, On Trend

    The details and draftsmanship of this pattern really separate it from other similar patterns I've seen. It fits beautifully, and isn't excessively complex. Love it.

    C
    Christina Sinclair
    Well done on another perfect pattern - on trend

    Another perfect WBM pattern - if you follow fashion this vest is making headlines on the runway!

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 24 reviews
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    J
    Julia F
    Two so far ...

    I really love this pattern - it's a pleasure to sew and it turns out that waistcoats go with so many things and cover my 62-year-old midriff very comfortably :)
    So far I've made two from offcuts of fairly thick upholstery wool felt bought from a social enterprise on eBay. For the purple one I didn't have quite enough fabric so made the facings of thinner stripey cotton and, though it's a bit less warm, it sits slightly closer to the body and feels less stiff. I already have plans to make another one for the spring out of thinner wool suiting in various blues and my husband is hinting strongly that he would like one too, so it looks like I'll be getting the Pike pattern as well in the near future!

    R
    Renae V
    Step by step instructions make it achievable

    While there is lots of pieces, keeping them together with the pattern piece makes it easier to follow along.
    I found the curves the hardest part, however that comes with practice. Loved the clever (but fiddly) way the bottom seam is done.
    Was able to get done for a wedding and made a very happy crew

    M
    Mandy Hague
    Interesting waistcoat - just waiting to start a second one.

    A really nice feminine design. This one is a trial run for my daughter. She needs some more formal workwear, As she has a more athletic build, I found it easy to adapt the pattern for her shape. The instructions are good and easy to follow. I love the design of the lining in particular. Having the inside facings edging the lining stops anything peeking out.
    Take your time making this one, especially the top stitching. Such a nice touch. I will have to wait until I can make one for me, since I will need to make a second one of these for my daughter first.

    E
    Emily P
    Perfectly Designed, On Trend

    The details and draftsmanship of this pattern really separate it from other similar patterns I've seen. It fits beautifully, and isn't excessively complex. Love it.

    C
    Christina Sinclair
    Well done on another perfect pattern - on trend

    Another perfect WBM pattern - if you follow fashion this vest is making headlines on the runway!