You Will Need:
Fabric width 110 cm
XS-XL 3.5 m
Fabric width 140 cm
XS-M 2.5 m
L-XL 3.25 m
Interfacing 15 cm – ( 50 cm. If you want to make hemfacing)
No. 4 London - Version 2
Long jacket without a collar. Finished with a facing in the neckline. The jacket has a belt and no lining.
Medium to heavy weight woven fabric. Wool, Linen or heavy silk. The final look of the garment will depend on the type of fabric you choose. Not suitable for jersey.
Find Your Size:
Take your measurement according to the measurement chart. Choose the size closest to your measurement see measurement chart here
On each pattern piece you will find a capital letter. On the cutting layout plan, you will find the same capital letters so that you can easily see which pattern pieces to use for the view you have chosen.
NOTE! All Pattern Parts Are Incl. 1 CM (3/8 INCH) Seam Allowance, Unless Anything Else Is Noted. If More Seam Allowance Is Desired You Can Do So By Adding.
1. Cut out all the pieces.
2. Overlockall raw edges, if the fabric is wool felt this is not necessary.
3. Press interfacing on the neck facing.
4. Sew the CF piece together with the side front piece, right sides together, press seam open.
5. Sew the CB piece together with the side back piece, right sides together, press seam open.
6. Sew front and back sleeve together in the long seam, right sides together, press seam open.
7. Sew the shoulder seams with right sides together.
8. With right sides together, sew the neck facing to the front facing at shoulder, press seam open.
9. Sew the facing to the jacket, right sides together, in at front and in neckline,
10. Understitch the facing and clip notches to the seam allowances. Turn and press
11. Sew with catch stitch the facing to the CF line and shoulder seam.
12. Place a pocket bag onto the jacket and sew between notches approx. 12 cm
13. Cut notches where the stitching ends and starts.
14. Understitch the pocket bag
15. Place another pocket bag on top and sew the pocket bags together.
16. Finish the edge of the pocket bags all layers together
NB! Now You Have A Jacket With Open Side Seams And Two Sleeves.
17. Sew the side seam, right sides together. NB! Be careful not to sew the pocket opening together
18. Sew in the sleeve. NB! There is a back and front sleeve.
19. Sew the hemline on both sleeve and bottom. Do it with raw edges or facing see tips and tricks.
20. When raw edges are chosen, place a top stitch 0,5 cm, from the edge in both sleeve and bottom
21. Sew and turn the belt.
24. Sew belt loops at the side seam. See tips and tricks