Stretch City Coat

Jalie 2680 - Stretch City Coat Pattern
Jalie 2680 - Stretch City Coat Pattern Cover
Jalie 2680 - Stretch City Coat Pattern
Jalie 2680 - Stretch City Coat Pattern
2680 // Stretch City Coat - Jalie
2680 // Stretch City Coat - Jalie

Stretch City Coat

Regular price $16.98 CAD


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Unlined, three-quarter length coat for stretch woven fabrics
  • Choice of standing collar or hood.
  • Buttoned-front
  • Font and back princess seams
  • On-seam front pockets.

The perfect water/windproof coat when made with Polartec 4-way stretch Power Shield fleece (available at Mill Direct Textiles (US) and Discovery Trekking (Canada))

27 sizes included in the pattern Sizing chart / Yardage info
French, English View instructions
Metric and imperial
Sewing allowances
1 cm (3/8’’), included
What you get when buying this PDF pattern
Instructions (print or read on device)
Print at home (A4 / US Letter): 42 pages
Copy Shop (A0): 2 page(s)
Copy Shop (roll): 36'' x 84''
Projector file
PDF Feature
Layered PDF (print one size at a time)

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Carole L.

Ce patron correspond à ce que je recherchais. J’aime les 2 versions. Facile à coudre. Avec une overlock, les coutures intérieures donnent un fini impeccable. J’ai choisi la version capuchon dans lequel j’ai inséré un cordon avec attaches ajustables, ce qui le tient en place.

Lovely, quick coat

I was looking for a pattern to make my first coat. I like that this pattern is unlined (fast to make) and has a generous hood. I made mine with a zipper - this was a bit challenging for me as it was my first time sewing a separating zipper and having to modify the pattern to do so was a lot. I ended up adding an afterthought zipper guard to cover the one top of the zipper that I mangled trying to shorten the zip. I found the pocket instructions tricky to understand at first, but the result was beautiful. I'm really happy with my coat!

Allison M
Great, Versatile Pattern

I’ve made this coat at least 8 times, for myself, my mother and my sister. The multi-sized pattern allowed me to grade the pattern for each of our very differently shaped bodies. I’ve used soft shell, fleece, stretch corduroy with a smooth bonded backing and some sort of stretch foiled mystery fabric with a lace overlay. They all turned out beautifully. I’ve made the regular length but I’ve also shortened that pattern to what used to be called car coat length. I can’t say enough good things about this pattern.

Professional result

This is a great pattern. I made it in a softshell with a plush fleece backing. I used an exposed zipper instead of buttonholes, and by removing the button plackets, I ended up with smaller pockets (but still big enough for my cell phone, so that is good). My fabric has large checks, and matching so many pattern pieces was challenging...I do not recommend it for plaids! Would have been much easier in plain colour or a non-matching pattern. End result was great and I have had lots of compliments. In fact, some friends have been inspired to make it.

Perfect Autumn City Coat!

I used a foiled softshell with just a little stretch, making the size according to my measurements and its great! went together perfectly, fits lovely and I've had lots of compliments whilst wearing it. Great pattern