This shacket is designed to be oversized and comfy! It offers a collar or hood option, fitted or gathered sleeves with roomy front chest pockets. The button down front makes this the perfect piece for layering with any or your favorite Lowland tees.
This pattern was designed with the women’s size chart, but it can be made for men too. If you are creating the shacket for a man, follow the size chart and adjust accordingly!
This pattern is of MODERATE DIFFICULTY. It is not a beginner pattern. The techniques used in the construction of this garment are common for button down shirting. We hope the photos and instructions will help you in this process.
I highly suggest making a muslin out of cheaper fabric first to make sure you've got the correct fit before cutting into your favorite fabric!
Pattern Type: PDF - Letter, A0, Projector
Includes Layered Pattern, Fabric/Notion Requirements, and Pictured Instructions
Woven or knit fabrics. These fabric requirements work with the standard width fabrics of 54” (137 cm) . Many of the woven fabrics best for this type of garment come in lesser widths. You will need to add an additional half yard to the usage requirement if using a shorter width fabric selection.
Light weight fusible interfacing
7 buttons or snaps, +2 for pockets if desired
2” (5 cm) half fold bias tape; or preferably, fabric to make your own.
Additional Sizes Examples and Pictures: Click HERE
Additional Details: Complete with fabric/notion requirements and pictured tutorial.
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What kind of machine do I need to sew your patterns? A sewing machine is a must. If you are really wanting to get into making clothing though, I HIGHLY suggest getting a serger. Sergers make everything easier and cleaner. They also sew with knits a lot better than regular sewing machines!
I also own a coverstitch machine which has been a game changer. It's definitely not necessary but it is an amazing machine to have if you want your clothes to have a professional finish.
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How Do I know what size to print? Once you download the pattern, open up the instructions and there is a sizing chart that will help you decide which size to print! If your kiddo is in between sizes you can always take the width of one size and length of another.
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Do you support Layers? YES! Each pattern has layers incorporated so you can just deselect any sizes you don't want to print!