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Classic Notched Collar Coat 02/2015 #123



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

This classic, sophisticated style should be a staple in every woman’s closet! A straight silhouette, side seam pockets, a timeless notched collar and elegant wide 3/4 length sleeves work together to create one undeniably stunning and versatile coat.

This pattern is from Feminine Folk collection.

Recommended Materials

Coat fabrics with some body.

Amount of Fabrics

Jacquard with widthwise pattern,
width: 150 cm (59 ins)
length: 2.70 m (3 yds) for all sizes.

A piece of lining­, approx. 40 × 25 cm (16 × 10 ins), for the ­pocket pieces.


Vilene Bias Tape/stay tape.

Bias tape, pre-folded,
width: 2 cm (¾ in)
length: 3.20 – 3.20 – 3.25 – 3.25 – 3.30 m (3½ – 3½ – 3 1/2– 3 1/2 – 3 1/2 yds).

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Jun 19, 2016, 11.22 AMby angrybaby

    Hi dextergirl, I was wondering if you could let me know how you stitched the vent? I am confused with the extra wide seam allowance on one of the sides. Are you supposed to sew the vent together then topstitch on an angle? Or is the vent supposed to be left open and unstitched? It would be great if you could clear this up for me. Thank you!

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    Mar 6, 2015, 10.54 PMby Jessie McNeil

    I want to finish this coat so badly! But the directions for this pattern are not understood by this novice sewer, or by her far more experienced friends! Suggestion: make a video tutorial for this please! Your written directions, at least for the first half, are far from intuitive… Could you please add a video or make the directions more novice-friendly??

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      Jan 27, 2016, 07.07 PMby dextergirl

      Don’t know if you’re still working on this project, but maybe I can help. If you look at the line drawing, you can see that the center back seam is actually off-center. (This might just be for style, but it could also be intended to balance the weight of all the fabric in the vent, and make sure the coat hangs evenly.) In the first step, you line up the edge of the left back piece with the “placement line” on the right piece, and sew them together, right sides facing. So, the edge of the right piece will stick out past the edge of the left piece when you sew this seam. When you open this seam out, you’ll have the back of the coat sewed together above the vent, with all the extra fabric extending toward the left side, inside the coat. If you’ve done it right, there should be a wide seam allowance remaining on one of the two pieces, and the “center back” lines marked on both pattern pieces should line up. Does this make sense?

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