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In this video Meg will take you through step-by-step on how to make the Asymmetrical Moto Jacket!

In this 1 hour and 15 minute video you will learn from start to finish how to sew our popular Asymmetrical Moto Jacket from November 2011. This jacket has an interesting integrated collar, asymmetrical zipper closure, and leather trim. If you are a beginner sewer and want to make your first jacket, this style is a great starting point because it has no lining and is intended to be sewn with a stretch fabric.

You will love this video if:

  • You want to see a jacket project sewn from start to finish
  • You want to learn about working more with stretch fabrics for jacket patterns
  • You will learn:

    • The types of fabrics best suited for this pattern
    • Sewing the asymmetrical jacket front with separating zipper
    • Assembling the back of the jacket
    • Sewing the back to the front jacket with integrated fold over collar
    • Stitching the trim/edging in place
    • Putting together the sleeve pieces and setting them into jacket
    • Finishing the jacket and sleeve hems
    • Hand stitching snaps in place

    Tools used in this video:

    • Jacket pattern
    • Serger
    • Sewing machine
    • Pins
    • Zipper
    • Snaps
    • Zipper foot
    Click Here to the the Asymmetrical Moto Jacket Video!

A note from the presenter:
“ I am so happy with the way this jacket turned out for me, I can wear it with so many outfits and I love the integrated collar. The leather sleeves and trim make it nice and edgy!” Meg Healy


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