The Jorinde blazer is truly the jacket for all seasons. Make it in a corduroy or wool to carry you through the rest of winter, slide your cell into the flap pockets, and you’re on your way. Or, try it in a lighter weight fabric to get prepared for spring. Give it the cool grandpa look by adding elbow patches, or go a bit more lady like and use some sparkling buttons on the sleeves!
Wide-rib corduroy, leather, leather buttons
Self: 2 yards (1m 90 cm)
Lining: 56“ (1m 40cm) wide, 58“ (1m 45cm) long
This pattern includes seam allowance
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