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Minoru jacket from Sewaholic patterns, made in a rainproof fabric. I waterproofed the seams with seam tape, which I ironed on. It was a bit of a hazzle, but hopefully will stand the test when the rain sets in. Modifications: Did not add zipper to collar for hood, let the hood hang free, made the hood three-piece for better shaping (followed tutorial by Notes from a mad housewife https://notesfromamadhousewife.wordpress.com/2013/04/23/minoru-under-the-hood/), lined hood and added drawstring (made from lining fabric), added patch pockets, added storm flaps (followed fantastic tutorial by Denim skirts and other stuff http://denimskirtsandotherstuff.blogspot.no/2013/10/tutorial-storm-flaps.html ), did not add cuffs to arms, they were long enough to begin with, so I just folded the edge twice and stitched it down, did not add elastic to the back due to fabric being bulky and it would be difficult to rainproof those seams, made pleats instead of gathers at the neckline, fleece-lined the collar for coziness :)

It is far from perfect, most notably, the hem is really wonky, and I´m not completely satisfied with the storm flaps -maybe it was too many layers in such a bulky fabric. But all in all, I think the jacket will get a lot of wear. I love the fabric which is from Stoff & Stil (www.stoffstil.co.uk)

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