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His & Hers Pendleton Wool Coats

Added Mar 21, 2011

By burdastyle

New York, New Yo...






Our Creative Director Alison has an obsession with “his & hers”. As a result, she and her fiance Dane have been musing over creating a unisex collection for quite some time. For him, we used our Amin men’s sweater pattern, substituting wool for knit. For her, a vintage-inspired swing coat, eliminating the belt pattern for a relaxed silhouette. They set up their tripod at the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch at Grand Army Plaza for the shoot.

Thanks to Pendleton Woolen Mills , the epitome of unisex cool woolen fabrics and blankets. Are you a fan of Pendleton? Follow their Facebook page.

Material Notes

His: Light-weight Wool: 1 3/4 yard (1m 60cm) Ribbed Knit: 7/8 yard (80cm), Zipper

Hers: 150 cm (59 in) wide light-weight wool: 2.05 – 2.05 – 2.10 – 2.10 – 2.10 m (23/8 yds). 150 cm (59 in) wide batiste as lining: 1.40 m (15/8 yds) for all sizes. Vilene/Pellon G 785. 5 snaps.




Spring, Fall
Garment Type
Bohemian, Classic, Preppy, Romantic

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    Mar 27, 2013, 05.24 PMby laurengreen

    Beautiful coats! The His one looks kind of like these:http://www.kraffs.com/62913/Native-Bomber—Leather-Jackets.html

    I LOVE Pendleton wool. They have so many beautiful fabrics.

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    Mar 25, 2011, 08.48 PMby jenyjenny

    Great article and comments. I love the beautiful coats, and the wool is heavenly gorgeous! Thanks for the ebay heads up, I will check it out!

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    Mar 23, 2011, 08.29 PMby leashbean

    could you and your fiance be more adorable!?!?!? holy hot kids!

    the jackets aren’t too bad either… i love all of your ideas alison! now i should make my boy and me something matchy!

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    Mar 22, 2011, 08.15 AMby sandrasews

    So adorable! I’m keen to make my own now. Just wanted to know, how much extra fabric is needed for pattern matching? I think I might make an order from Pendleton!!

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    Mar 22, 2011, 02.30 AMby bekabug8

    I love your version of both coats. For the Amin, did you have to make any changes to the pattern like add ease because it is a woven instead of a knit?


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      Mar 22, 2011, 02.53 PMby alisondahl

      Hi there— The short answer is no, we didn’t add ease. The original Amin pattern has enough ease already, and the “knit” used for the original design wasn’t actually stretchy.

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    Mar 21, 2011, 10.20 PMby emily-marie

    That wool is just perfect with both patterns. I made the 3/4 sleeve coat in a camel wool and love it to pieces… this makes me want a few more!

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    Mar 21, 2011, 05.27 PMby wzrdreams

    Excellent choice of fabrics. I’ve tried to find this and some of the other patterns shown on Burdastyle on the Pendleton website but they don’t seem to have them, or atleast in these colors. Is there any other place you can suggest to purchase their lovely wool?

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      Mar 21, 2011, 10.02 PMby alisondahl

      We’ll look into the best source for ordering Pendleton wool online for you. Have you seen Pendleton’s Ebay Shop? There are quite a few 1-2 yard remnants listed there.

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    Mar 21, 2011, 05.08 PMby dixiediy

    very cool! awesome fabric, too. love that print and it works so well for men and women.

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    Mar 21, 2011, 03.54 PMby peaudane

    So pretty and dreamy in those colours! Could you tell us how you went about adding that seam for the pockets?

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      Mar 21, 2011, 04.28 PMby alisondahl

      Hi peaudane— The seam where the pockets sit is included in the pattern download— the only changes I made to the pattern was to eliminate the belt loops and belt.

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