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Plaid Steffi for Autumn

Added Oct 23, 2009

by Jodi Wade

Budapest, Hungary






I made this blazer using the Steffi pattern. I really love this! I have been wearing it every day even though it is already getting a little too cold for it. I lined it with some beautiful aubergine satin that I found. I think that – adding lining – and lengthening the sleeves were the only changes I made to this.

I think I look very English in it :)

I blogged it here

I made the scarf too.

Material Notes

Plaid wool blend (I don’t know what it’s blended with…), satin




Garment Type
Satin, Wool

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    Jul 12, 2012, 07.21 PMby pimsy

    Waouuuhhhhhh great version :)

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    Aug 25, 2010, 10.31 AMby nabiki

    Are you able to give sopme tips about the collar. I cannot make any sense of the instructions…..

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      Aug 25, 2010, 10.43 PMby Jodi Wade

      Hi. Those instructions are pretty confusing….

      You have two collar pieces. Put interfacing onto one of these. Pin the interfaced one to the neck of the coat, right sides facing, then stitch it. Trim the seam allowances and cut little notches like in the picture.


      The collar piece without the interfacing gets attached to the facing pieces in the same way.

      Then put the collar/coat piece and the collar/facing piece right sides together and pin and sew.

      Hope this helps.

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      Aug 27, 2010, 01.42 AMby nabiki

      Jodika you are amazing – i was kinda getting to working it out after looking at a tonne of jackets but you really put the pennies in place and now they have dropped !! thank thank you you are amazing. If my jacket turns out good enough to put up you will be getting credit !!

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      Aug 27, 2010, 11.37 AMby Jodi Wade

      Good luck finishing up your jacket. I want to see the pics when it’s done!

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    Feb 24, 2010, 06.20 PMby keren

    You are extremely talented. Your creations are very pretty and well fitting. Great stuff!

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    Oct 28, 2009, 09.23 AMby mayapop

    Nagyon élégáns. Szép.

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    Oct 24, 2009, 10.11 PMby nacah4ever

    Very fancy, you rock girl.

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    Oct 24, 2009, 06.30 PMby twoboos

    This is FANTASTIC!!! I love the attention to detail (lining, hook, buttons, pattern on the pockets…) AWESOME!

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    Oct 23, 2009, 08.55 PMby strickmeise

    Where is your horse and where are the Corgies, Royal Highness?? ;) The jacket is really suitable for you, your appearance makes it less stringent (right word?). I think you can wear it with many other garments. It looks really nice to the Jeans on the photo.

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    Oct 23, 2009, 06.57 PMby smallone

    Very nice – look at all that matching plaid!!! the check of this fabric looks great with the shape of the jacket too. lovely work.

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    Oct 23, 2009, 05.37 PMby jamila82

    I really love this, I saw this pattern and went past it, but after seeing your version I want to try it myself… and you do look very English! Lovely

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    Oct 23, 2009, 05.06 PMby irmchen

    Klasse! You made a perfect (english ;) blazer! I think a linning should absolutely be if one make such a classy blazer. Good job!

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