Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Painter Jacket sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me

Painter Jacket sewing pattern


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This is a PDF sewing pattern.

This Jacket sewing pattern features a generous fit with oversized and unstructured details, including dropped shoulders and expansive patch pockets for woven fabric in unisex sizes 2XS-4XL with the following features:

  • Color PDF pattern printable on paper formats Letter, A4, A0, and separate projector file
  • Oversized body
  • Simple construction
  • Unlined body
  • Straight wide sleeves
  • Chunky Patch Pockets
  • Front buttons

Flip through the images to find the measurement charts and fabric requirements.

This Jacket features a generous fit with oversized and unstructured details, including dropped shoulders and expansive patch pockets. The simple yet stylish design can be completed quickly with medium-weight fabrics such as denim or canvas.

The pattern is unisex, with sleeve length for both males and females and lines for shortening and lengthening. The female model is 172 cm tall, and the male is 185 cm tall. Both wear the Jacket in size M. 

Skill level 2/4

The Paninter Jacket is a simple project, and you will be able to complete the sewing project even if you are new to sewing.

painter jacket sewing pattern
What you need to make the Painter Jacket 
  • Medium-weight woven fabric (denim, twill, corduroy, etc.)
  • interfacing
  • Five buttons
  • Sewing thread 
The sewing pattern has the following features
  • Layers
  • Trimless pages
  • Fully illustrated instructions
  • Metric and imperial measurements
  • A4, and letter paper format in color (40 pages)
  • A0 printshop format in color (2 pages)
  • Projector file in color
  • Seam allowances
    Printing information

    Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that the 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. 

    How to Use PDF Sewing Patterns

    Thank you for choosing our PDF sewing patterns for your creative projects! These digital PDF sewing patterns offer convenience and flexibility, allowing you to start sewing in no time. Below are detailed instructions on how to download, print, and tape the PDF patterns effectively:

    Purchase and Download:

    • Browse our collection of PDF sewing patterns on our website and choose the one that suits your project.
    • After purchasing, download the pattern files to your computer. This process is usually instantaneous, and you'll have your pattern ready to use within minutes.

    Print Selectively:

    • One of the advantages of PDF patterns is the ability to print only the sizes you need. This saves both paper and ink, making the process more eco-friendly.
    • Open the pattern file in Adobe Reader and select the specific size(s) you want to print before sending the document to your printer. Download Adobe Reader for free [here].

    Easy Assembly:

    Our sewing patterns boast trimless pages, a feature designed to streamline your assembly process. With trimless pages, you can effortlessly tape the pages together without the need to trim off any edges beforehand. This not only saves you time but also ensures precise alignment of the pattern pieces. Please refer to the detailed description available [here].

    • After printing, arrange the pages according to the provided layout guide on page three in the instructions book. Use clear tape to join the pages together, ensuring that the lines and markings align perfectly.
    • Read more about taping the pages together [here].

    Additional Tips:

    • Unzipping Files: You recieve the pattern in a compressed (.zip) format, simply double-click the file to unzip its contents. This will reveal the PDF pattern files ready for use. Remember to save the files on your device.

    Printing Instructions:

    • In Adobe Reader, navigate to the print settings to adjust paper size, orientation, and other preferences before printing your pattern. Ensure that your printer is set to "Actual Size" or "100% Scale" to maintain accuracy. Please find more details [here].

    Pattern Support:

    • Should you encounter any difficulties or have questions about using our patterns, feel free to reach out to us directly or join our community on Facebook for additional support and tips. We're here to help you make the most of your sewing experience.

    Happy Sewing!

    The WBM-team

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    Kiki Pearson
    Fabulous jacket!

    I have sewn this jacket three times in as many weeks. I LOVE it. I love that is a unisex pattern which I can make for anyone. It fits my style perfectly. So far I’ve tried canvas, furnishing weight curtain fabric and a vintage loose weave curtain and all of them showcase the designs on the fabric beautifully. I’ve hacked it in places with welt pockets and lined cuffs. I’ve not made any fit adjustments for my 5’2”, Uk size 16 (no bust adjustment). Just a roomy xl which suits me just fine. I can sew this in my sleep now. The instructions are good to follow. I don’t bind my edges, rather use a tight overlock stitch because I’m lazy. I also overlock all my raw edges because I’m lazy and I like the contrast. I don’t interface everything depending on the weight of the fabric I’m using. So glad I found this pattern. It’s my favourite.

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    Customer

    Perfect for making your own clothes

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    Karen Jacobsen

    Painter Jacket sewing pattern

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    Paul Reeve
    Painter Jacket

    Love this design. I used a navy blue twill for the main body and a dark blue denim for the collar and facings as I had these fabrics left over from a previous make. I lengthened it by 5cms and made an HRB adjustment which worked well.

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    Glyn
    Easy to download and follow.

    Nice pattern for a nice jacket. Being on the tall side I lengthened the body parts by about 25mm. I then looked at the sleeves and had to reduct their girth at the cuff as I only had skinny arms. Fit was great. The steps on the written instructions worked really well although I'm not sure a total beginner would have great success with this garment. Overall very pleased. I used a cotton/elastane fabric which had a bit of stretch in it.