Leopard Cocoon Coat (Plus Size) 04/2014 #130

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Women’s plus size coat sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.

Throw on this glam jacket before heading out for a night at the jazz club. The silhouette is a little bit sixties and just right for spring in patterned gabardine.

This pattern is from the Urban Native collection.

Recommended Materials

Lightweight coat fabrics with some body.

Amount of Fabrics

Gabardine,
width: 145 cm (57 ins)
length: 2.75 – 2.75 – 2.80 – 2.80 – 2.85 m (3 1/8 – 3 1/8 – 3 1/8 – 3 1/8 – 3 1/4 yds).

Interfacing, Vilene/­Pellon G 785.

A leftover piece of lightweight batting for the collar.

Cotton bias ­tape, pre-folded,
width: 2 cm (3/4 in)
length: 1.50 m (1 3/4 yds).

4 fla­t buttons.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Oct 16, 2014, 07.11 PMby SaucySewist

    I’m an hourglass, and I like the shape for a fun change. I think this would look hot in waxed cotton.

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    May 21, 2014, 03.14 AMby Solveig Thorgilsdottir

    I have been sewing with burda patterns since about 1984, when I was a perfect size 5. It’s how I learned, it’s how I came to love your patterns.

    I’m no longer a teenager, but I am still a devoted follower (and magazine subscriber) and as such:

    I have to ask, what kind of crack is whoever put this together smoking?

    Plus size does not mean egg shaped. And it doesn’t mean that we want completely shapeless, slightly more fashionable tents to drape over ourselves. My hourglass has become larger, but it’s still an hourglass, just with more hours.

    And someone else might be a different shape, but they also would most likely want something that actually fits and flatters them, rather than billow like a poorly staked down circus tent or hang like a wet sheet of abysmal thread count and fibre content.

    How about some body positive sewing patterns for us larger girls, rather than this fat shaming thing you guys are trying to pull off here under the guise of throwing us a bone.

    SHAME ON YOU

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