Sewing pattern Dessine moi un patron Jacket - Cherry

Maison Fauve

66818

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Made in France

13,75 €

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Use Clothes and Apparel
Brand Maison Fauve
Manufacturing France
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✂ Description:

Cherry, it's a jacket and much more ... a curvaceous silhouette thanks to its hollow pleat on the back, nice piped pockets, a hood AND an adorable collar to wear flat or reassembled for an assertive look, buttonholes in bias to twister without shoving, a belt under passer that gives it all its femininity and a shoulder line down with long sleeves to wear rolled up ... how do you say, we love it!

✂ Material ideas:

Cherry will be really highlighted by a medium weight fabric, a gabardine, denim fabric, velvet, not too thick wool, a beautiful jacquard, or even a wax fabric. And do not hesitate to choose a nice lining, because it will be highlighted by the hood, the underside of the collar, and the bottom of the sleeves (which I really like to wear rolled up, the length allows you to make a setback without that your arms are in the air!).

✂ Supplies needed:

2m70 of main fabric
2m30 of lining in a width of 140,
7 buttons between 20 and 25 mm
1 button of 15 mm for the buttoning of the neck in raised position.
The fusible collar and a fusible strip for the belt, for the entrance portion of the hood and for its facing.
You can also wrap the location of the welt pocket on your front bust (on the wrong side) if your fabric is fragile.


✂ Sizes:

The pattern grades from 34 to 46, sewing margins are included and are 1 cm.

See table in gallery for the table of measurements

✂ Additional information:

The pattern is a pocket pattern, it will be delivered with an illustrated assembly instructions.
The pattern is printed on a single slip and the pieces do not overlap, so it's ready for use!


✂ Level:

Advanced sewing level, the technical points are the assembly of the lining and the piped pockets (but the technique of assembly is very simplified!).

✂ Suggestions:

The young designer of the beautiful sewing patterns Dessine moi un patron is also the author of the book Apprendre à créer ses patrons.