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Jason #6054



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A well-dressed man never goes out of style. And what best than a vest to dress that man.
Our Jason Vest works well over button downs, casually over a T-Shirt or underneath a suit jacket.

The vest is slim cut and can further be adjusted with the fastener on the back.
The V-neck Front closes with five buttons and has two pockets on either side.

Recommended Materials

Silk, Suiting Material, Linen, Corduroy

Amount of Fabrics

1 3/8 yds, 1.15 m

Seam Allowance

This pattern includes seam allowance

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    Dec 7, 2015, 05.49 AMby devidmiller5060

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    Jul 25, 2015, 02.08 PMby edwardjenkins

    Nice work

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    Jun 17, 2015, 05.04 AMby harrysafraz

    Good one

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    Mar 12, 2015, 10.33 AMby jamiekrover

    Yes I agree “A well-dressed man never goes out of style”

    Really wonderful stuff

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    Feb 20, 2015, 11.51 AMby teraanderson

    Looks simple and elegant

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    Sep 24, 2014, 03.00 PMby earlybirdsarah

    Have I gone completely potty? The instructions for this waistcoat are pretty useless! Step by step clear instructions are needed Burdastyle!

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    Apr 1, 2014, 06.16 AMby ginaminton

    Looks so divine!

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    Feb 1, 2014, 04.00 PMby hanmade


    I’m making this vest for a very tall (6’7) man, and I’m curious about extending the pattern. He wants the vest longer than it is now as well. The problem is, when I extend at both lines, the arm holes look massive! I’m used to sewing women’s wear, so I want to make sure I have done this properly. I added 2.5 inches to the top line and 2.5 inches to the bottom extend line.

    Any tips?

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      Feb 19, 2014, 04.47 PMby missabee11

      Add some of the extra length within the bodice of the vest (you’ll need to redraw the dart legs and side seam) and some at the bottom of the of the vest. Don’t add any extra at the top, since that is what is skewing your armholes (unless he needs larger armholes as well. Hope that helps.

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