Flat Jacket 09/2013 #126

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Difficulty
Novice
Size
34 – 38, 40 – 44 See Sizing Chart
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Description

Women’s jacket sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.
This avant garde style is fun to make. Add DIY embroidery to duchesse satin for a piece that’s totally unique, and will turn your jeans and tee combo into a statement making outfit.

This pattern is from the Passport to Japan collection.

Recommended Materials

Silk fabrics with some body.

Amount of Fabrics

Duchesse,
width: 140 cm (55 ins)
length: 2.00 m (2 1/4 yds) for all sizes.

For the embroidery: Batting, Vilene/Pellon 295 (to baste underneath). ­Vilene/Pellon embroidery stabilizer. Buttonhole thread in a contrasting ­colour. Embroidery needle with a sharp point.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    May 5, 2014, 09.26 AMby tupppi

    Yes, the line drawing indicates that there is a back, but wouldn’t it be nice to see a photo of it? The back view is almost as important as the front, and it would be nice to have a photo of the backs of all Burda Patterns!

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    Jan 20, 2014, 12.04 PMby swingtag

    This design is clever and simple, although a photo of the back view would be good. I think a few illustrations with the instructions would be helpful, especially since this pattern is marked for beginners. I’d like to make this for spring or summer in taffeta or a stiff cotton.

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    Sep 18, 2013, 03.24 AMby tupppi

    The pic of the garment by itself seems to be backless! There is a sort of halter neck and an odd white space below it. I’m sure it’s not, but like Trudy I would like to see other photos of the finished garment. Otherwise, it looks potentially fabulous!

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      Oct 7, 2013, 01.29 AMby Tracey Diesposti

      The odd white space is actually the dress form. I thought the same thing at first, but then I realized what it was.

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      Jan 20, 2014, 12.08 PMby swingtag

      I thought the same! But if you look at the instructions, you’ll see it does have a back :D

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    Sep 17, 2013, 05.17 PMby Trudy McGrath

    I’m a sucker for boxy outerwear but I can’t see this working. It looks a bit of mess, would love to see a member’s finished project though but it doesn’t look appealing at all.

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