- Front-zip hip-length stretch fleece jacket pattern
- Long raglan sleeve
- Self-fabric cuff
- Two zippered hand pockets
- Optional decorative stripe at sleeve.
- The perfect water/windproof jacket when made with Polartec 4-way stretch Power Shield or Wind Pro fleeces (available at Mill Direct Textiles (US) and Discovery Trekking (Canada))
This sewing pattern can easily be lengthened (bodice and sleeve for men).
The PDF Version of this pattern is layered so you can print one size at a time.
SIZES IN ONE ENVELOPE 27 PDF Info Layered PDF, Tiled PDF, A4 Paper, Letter Size Recommended Fabric Fleece with 30% stretch across the width Designed for Women, Plus sizes
- Instructions and Tutorials
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Customer Reviews 6 item(s)
- really great
have made two of these...one of light fleece and one of sweatshirt
both came out really nice. i easily made one a bit longer by widening the bottom band.
getting the zipper to line up with the seams on both sides was a bit tricky for me but it looks okay;-)
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- Nice Pattern-great instructions
Made one of these for my wife with softshell... she loves it, it fits well, nice style and it's warm. Nice!
This pattern fit my tall daughter perfectly. The seam lines made a flattering silhouette. The pocket instructions were a bit unclear.. Why 3/8" seam allowances?
- excellent as always
I made this in size H for my daughter and size Z for myself out of regular fleece. A great jacket for transistion seasons, no alternations necessary. I love how 'ready to wear' this pattern looks and I receive so many compliments on both. Instructions are very clear. Fit is more like a jacket/coat than a sweater, size down for a more fitted look.
- Comfortable Softshell
I made it for my girlfriend using Polartec Power Stretch in nearly the exact colors as shown. It made her really happy and she wears it nearly all the time if she freezes a little. What she likes most are the extra long sleeves to warm even her fingertips.
The only adjustment needed was the waist/hips-fitting. But this is normal for her . I did the pocket-lining from the same garment to make it a little warmer in the front.
- pattern modification may b nescessary
i made this pattern without modifying it any way, i found the pocket placement to far back to comfortably place my hands in my pockets.