TANIA Coatigan

Jalie 3906 Coatigan - Bust measurement used to determine size
Jalie 3906 - TANIA - Pattern Cover
Jalie 3906 Coatigan - Bust measurement used to determine size
Jalie 3906 Coatigan - Sized based on high bust measurement used to have a more fitted look at the shoulders.
Jalie 3906 Coatigan - Bust measurement used to determine size
Jalie 3906 Coatigan - 2 sizes more than her regular size for a relaxed / loose fit.
3906 // TANIA Coatigan - Jalie

TANIA Coatigan

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Sewing pattern for an open-front, relaxed-fit unlined blazer that can be worn as a cardigan.

  • Pockets in the diagonal seaming, special notched collar that lays flat against the neck.
  • Very versatile, it can be made in a wool blend, a structured knit (ponte) or linen.
  • You can size up or down, depending on the look you want (full bust size for a loose fit, upper bust for a relaxed fit)



There is an error in yardage conversion for sizes R-GG. For measurements in yards, please refer to the back of the pattern available on the website.

28 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): 23 pages
Copy Shop (A0): 1 page(s)
Copy Shop (roll): 36'' x 48''
Projector file
PDF Feature
Layered PDF (print one size at a time)

Customization options

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Lis benett
Excellent pattern

I love this Jacket! I got some wonderful wool/ cashmere fabric for it. I used a projector to cut out rather than a paper pattern. The instructions were easy to follow, the pattern was very accurate size wise and I am so pleased with the result. I also bought the add on lining pattern, easy to to and makes a very professional looking jacket.

Love it!

So, this is my third Jalie make, and it's another winner! This is easy to make with interesting design lines. Again, the drafting is spot on and the directions were really easy to follow. I made this up in a mid-weight wool that had been sitting in my stash for a while, and it's really sharp looking. The only thing I changed was to add topstiching at the top of the pocket, and continued it to the edges of the front pieces before I continued on with the rest of the pattern. I did this because of the fabric I chose - it just didn't look good "slouchy". I'm curious to make this up in a lighter weight fleece for a more casual look!

Great Jacket/Coat/Cardigan

What a great basic to add to your wardrobe! I needed to replace a long duster sweater and I thought this would be a good choice. I wasn’t wrong; I love it! It’s a great length to go with a variety of styles. At first I was a little intimidated by the number of pieces (I usually make t-shirts and joggers), but it goes together quickly. The diagonal lines step this basic piece up to the next level. I’ve got fabric for two more ready to go!