Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me

Ozark Vest Sewing Pattern


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Detailed description below

A heavy-duty vest sewing pattern for woven fabric in sizes 2XS-4XL" with the following features:

  • Color PDF pattern printable on page formats Letter, A4, A0, and separate projector file
  • Rib collar
  • Front zipper and zipper guard
  • Big patch pockets
  • Inside pocket
  • Quilted lining
  • Curved hem in the back
Flip through the images to find fabric requirements and measurements.

 

Ozark is a casual urban vest, perfect for transitional weather over a sweater or hoodie. The Ozark Gilet sewing pattern has big patch pockets on the outside and inside. The collar is cut in rib material, and the Vest is closed with a heavy metal zipper. 

Skill level 3/4

The design is straightforward. You will install a zipper, and when you follow the directions, you will make a beautiful Ozark Vest. 

What you need to make your Ozark Vest 
  • Woven fabric*
  • Quilted lining*
  • Separating Zipper
  • Fusible interfacing
  • Sewing thread

*Use heavy woven material such as canvas, rip-stop, wool, corduroy for the outside, and quilted lining. 

The sewing pattern has the following features  
  • Layers
  • Trimless pages
  • Fully illustrated instructions
  • Metric and imperial measurements
  • A4, and letter paper format in color (43 pages)
  • A0 printshop format in color (2 pages)
  • Projector file in color
  • 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.

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    Margaret Peters
    Beautiful, professional looking results!

    I choose this pattern to create a "carhart" adjacent vest for my label conscious son and he was thrilled with the result.
    The tutorial was fantastic and the way she sewed without constant chatter was great.
    Thinking about a version for me!

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    Pam Withe
    Ozark Vest

    The PDF file was easy to open and access. The instructions and video look very informative. I won’t be making the fleece until later in the year. When I have made it I will post a further review

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    Cliff Young
    Ozark vest

    Great pattern for a newbie and Christina gave a rapid response to some questions. Made a few honest mistakes on this first one but a second vest is already in the works and here is hoping it will be mistake free.. Should have followed instructions about basting so ended up with some unnecessary pleats but it won't happen the second time.

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    Barbara Woodall
    Excellent pattern. I couldn’t believe how easy it was to put the pdf pattern together

    I only have a small working area to prepare and sew so I was thrilled at being able to assemble this pdf pattern in such a simple way.
    It’s the first time I’ve sewn a garment for my husband but it worked so well and fits him perfectly. I confess to not following the pattern in its entirety but I’d bought a piece of thick fleece fabric from a charity shop for £5 and as he needed an extra layer to help keep warm I decided to make him a gilet (vest). I didn’t line the garment as it didn’t really need it but the size, shape and instructions were excellent. Thank you

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    S.F.
    A real favourite

    Although I'm by now quite experienced, this pattern could reasonably be made very successfully by a confident beginner. The instructions are clear, and include the mysteries of "bagging out" a fully lined waistcoat, which can readily be aplied to other patterns whose instructions are less clear. The finished garments are stylish, comfortable, warm, arms-free practical, and the envy of many friends. Garments, plural; I like this pattern so much I have made four so far. Using high-quality materials (Donegal or Harris tweed, sateen cotton lining and cotton wadding for quilting) costs were about UK£45, compared to £225 for a very similar RTW gilet I had purchased a few months earlier. My only minor criticism is around sizing, and this is not specific to WBM, but the entire fashion industry, which seems to have strange misconceptions about the size and shape of men's bodies. The size needed to fit me comfortably over a flannel shirt (no pullover) proved to be XL. At 1.72m tall and 73kg I am noticeably smaller than average, so that really ought to be considered M or S. Genuinely big men are not catered for, which is a shame.