Patron de manteau Clare
Fabric and Supplies
Corps : Tissus d'enduction de poids moyen à élevé (par exemple, melton, feutre, tweed et laine bouillie). Les tissus de faible poids comme le denim, le sergé et la toile conviennent également pour une veste de printemps ou d'automne légère.
Doublure : Soie, rayonne bemberg, satin doublé de flanelle (kasha).
Entoilage : Entoilage à trame fusible. Pour stabiliser le col, la version A nécessite également 0,25 m de toile de crin, de mousseline solide ou d'un entoilage plus épais.
45" / 1,14m : 0-8 = 3 yd/2,75m, 10-14 = 3,75 yd/3,5m, 16-20 = 4 yd/3,75m
58" / 1,5m : 0-8 = 2,25 yd/2m, 10-14 = 2,75 yd/2,5m, 16-20 = 3 yd/2,75m
45" / 1,14m : 0-8 = 2.25 yd/2m, 10-20 = 2.5 yd/2.25m
58" / 1,5m : 0-20 = 2 yd/1,85m
58" / 1,5m : 0-8 = 1,75 yd/1,6m, 10-20 = 2 yd/1,85m
20" / 0,5m : 0-20 = 4,5 yd/4,1m
- Jambon de tailleur pour le pressage
- Toile à presser
- 2,25 m de ruban adhésif de 6 mm pour stabiliser les emmanchures et le col
- Fil à coudre
- Outil de marquage
- Une fermeture à glissière de manteau séparée pour la version A (tailles 0-8 = 30" de long, tailles 10-14 = 31" de long, tailles 16-20 = 32" de long) **Vous pouvez également utiliser une fermeture à glissière plus longue et la couper.
- 6 boutons ou boutons-pression à coudre pour la version B
- Clapet de tailleur (facultatif)
Niveau de couture : Débutant avancé
Tailles : 0 - 20 (voir notre tableau des tailles ici)
Mesures finales : Voir les mesures finales complètes ici
Fichier pour impression maison (Letter & A4): 42 pages, les tailles ne sont pas superposées.
Fichier CopyShop/A0: 3 pages (36" x 48"), les tailles ne sont pas superposées.
- Style Inspiration
- Interfacing & Supplies
- Raglan sleeve fit adjustment
- FBA and adjusting length
- Cutting & Interfacing
- Assembling View A body
- Assembling View B body
- Side seams View A
- Setting in Sleeves
- Attaching the Collars
- Installing Zipper View A
- Sewing Facing & Lining
- Bagging Lining
From the Closet Core Patterns Community
First time making a coat and I loved every minute of it! Very clear instructions and lots of options to personalise to suit your style. Comes together quite quickly although I wasn’t rushing. I used a cashmere wool blend and a clapper to make crisp seams. Will probably make this pattern again and will do a broad back adjustment and possibly a bicep adjustment as the tops of my sleeves are a little tight. These are normal modifications for me. Was too lazy to toile but I got away with this time!
Highly recommend this pattern.
What a beautiful, beautiful pattern! It makes a gorgeous 60s-vibe coat that fits comfortably and flexibly, with a stylish silhouette and room to layer (or be pregnant) underneath. I have lost count of the compliments.
I used a PDF version of this pattern - 70 pages! - although the pattern actually came together very well and faster than I imagined. Following an Instagram trawl, I made my version 10cm longer in length to give more winter coverage, and I also made the pocket bags a bit deeper. As usual, the tutorials online were really helpful BUT I missed the instruction for the back pleat in the lining which meant I had a nightmare time trying to sew coat and lining together and it wasn’t until I got to the ‘centre hanging loop over back pleat’ that I realised the error of my ways. The sleeve pleats were marked as ‘pleat’ on the pattern but the back pleat simply had notches - having ‘pleat’ on the pattern would have been helpful. I used magnetic bag fasteners as I had no press studs and the country was in full lockdown, but these work well and I like the uncluttered front finish. I would echo the comments below about checking sleeve length - mine are just long enough.
Loving my snuggly coat now it’s finished!
This pattern has really good instructions. The on line sewalong is really useful and helps with fiddly bits. The only thing I would say is measure the arm length. I have long arms and could have done with not turning up the sleeve hem as much as the instructions say. Apart from that, it makes up a treat.
This is a really great pattern, like all closet core patterns. The clare coat is so unique and stylish and I get so many compliments whenever I wear it. I made mine out of quilted cotton twill rather than wool like must people do. If you are on the fence about size, I suggest sizing up to the bigger one. My coat is a teeny bit snug in the shoulders and arms and I wish I'd chosen the bigger size. I adore the funnel collar- it's perfect to snuggle into on chilly days. Overall a great sewing experience and wonderful pattern.