Please note ** This listing is for a downloadable PDF sewing pattern and tutorial, not for a finished garment**
The Moto Jacket is a slick motorcycle style jacket. Asymmetrical zip, shawl collar, knit sleeves, and welt pockets for a great mix of hard and soft. Use heavy weight woven fabrics, or go big and give leather a try!
Sizes 2T through 12 years.
Difficulty level: Intermediate – able to sew a separating zipper, work with a variety of fabric weights, and create welts.
This pattern is delivered via immediate download as a 50-page PDF file which features detailed illustrated diagrams, thorough step by step instructions, and guidance for a well-fitted final garment. All pattern pieces are full-sized and include seam allowances. All seams are finished or enclosed for a professional result. The jacket is faced.
The pattern pieces are nested and include layers, providing the ability to print only the size(s) desired. All, one, or any combination of the pattern pieces can be printed to customize to your needs. There are 28 pages of pattern pieces. A copy shop file is available upon request.
Recommended fabrics include:
Main: Durable woven fabrics such as denim, canvas, twill, ripstop canvas, wool; leather
Sleeves, collar, welts: Sweater knit, or sweatshirt fleece (sleeves only) + ribbing
Lining, pockets: Medium weight cotton or cotton blends, linen, etc. *matching the pocket fabric color to the main or welts will help prevent the pocket lining from showing around the welts.
You may make and sell garments made from this pattern on a home-production basis. Please credit Jennuine Design in your listings. Please contact me about manufacturing on a larger scale using hired seamstresses.
Due to the nature of this digital product, refunds are not offered after files have been downloaded.
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Dec 12, 2023
Nice pattern. thank you
Dec 9, 2023
Merci pour ce patron, pas encore fait, mais ça à l'air facile
Aug 22, 2020
Nov 1, 2016
Darling pattern, easy to follow and lots of great tips about different types and even sources for fabric/ materials.