Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Patron de veston Jasika
Patron de veston Jasika
Patron de veston Jasika
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Jasika Blazer Pattern // Tailored Jacket Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
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Jasika Blazer Pattern // Technical Flats // Closet Core Patterns
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Format du motif (taille 0 - 20)
Langue

Jasika est une veste classique de style blazer réalisée avec une technique “tailleur”. Sa forme semi-ajustée ne sera jamais démodée. Avec juste ce qu’il faut de détails et de raffinement, la veste Jasika est une pièce essentielle de toute garde-robe, qui vous permettra en plus de développer vos compétences techniques. Nos instructions sont basées sur des méthodes tailleur modernes et rapides, nous utilisons de l’entoilage thermocollant et peu de coutures à la main afin de rendre la couture agréable et accessible à toutes et tous ; réalisez une veste que vous voudrez porter toute votre vie.

Cette veste est complètement doublée et présente un col à revers cranté classique, un boutonnage simple, une fente arrière, des épaulettes, des poches passepoilées, de magnifiques manches en deux pièces et une forme flatteuse qui adoucit les courbes du corps. Les détails facultatifs incluent des rabats de poche, des surpiqûres, des boutons décoratifs au poignet et des patchs en cuir ou en suède aux coudes.

Produits connexes : Kit de fournitures pour tailleur & Maîtrisez l'art du speed tailoring

Tailles : Actuellement disponible en tailles 0-20 seulement (imprimé et PDF)

Voir notre guide pour l'impression et l'assemblage de fichiers PDF ici

Fabric and Supplies

TISSU SUGGÉRÉ

Pour le corps de la veste : des tissus pour costumes de poids moyen à lourd ou des revêtements légers avec une texture de surface comme le melton de laine, la flanelle de laine, le crêpe et le tweed. Le velours, le coton de poids moyen à lourd, le seersucker et le lin peuvent également être utilisés. Attention : les revêtements à tissage serré et à surface lisse comme la gabardine de laine ne sont pas recommandés car ils peuvent être difficiles à fusionner au fer à repasser.

Pour la doublure : rayonne bemberg, charmeuse, crêpe de chine, cotons soyeux comme le voile

Pour les poches : coton robuste comme le shirting, le coton à matelasser ou la mousseline (1/4 yd / 0,25m)

MÉTRAGE REQUIS (TISSU DE 45"/1,14M)

Corps de la veste
0-8 = 2,5yd / 2,3m, 10-14 = 2,75yd / 2,5m, 16-20 = 3 yd / 2,75m

Doublure
0-8 = 1,5yd / 1,4m, 10-20 = 2,25yd / 2m

EXIGENCES DE MÉTRAGE (TISSU DE 58"/1,5M)

Corps de la veste
0-8 = 1,75yd / 1,6m, 10-14 = 2yd / 1,85m, 16-20 = 2,25yd / 2m

Doublure
0-14 = 1,5yd / 1,4m, 16-20 = 1,75yd / 1,6m

FOURNITURES SUPPLÉMENTAIRES
  • Entoilage de trame fusible (1,5 yd / 1,4m)
  • Entoilage fusible pour tricot (1 yd / 0,8m)
  • Toile de crin de cheval (1/4 yd / 0,25m)
  • Fil polyester
  • Facultatif : fil de surpiqûre pour le col
  • Facultatif : fil de bâti en soie
  • Bande de maintien en coton - 1/4" de large x 2,5 yds / 2,4m
  • Épaulettes - 1/4" - 3/8" d'épaisseur
  • Duvet ou de la laine d'agneau ou du molleton coupé en bandes de biais de 2" de large
  • Facultatif : Cuir ou suède pour les patchs aux coudes
  • Bouton de revers : 1 x 3/4" (19mm)
  • 1 x bouton transparent
  • Facultatif : Boutons de manche : 6 x 5/8" (16mm)
  • Outil de marquage / craie de tailleur
  • Aiguilles à coudre à la main et dé à coudre
  • Jambon de tailleur et rouleau à couture
  • Chiffon de presse (coton ou organza de soie)
  • Ciseaux à effiler
  • Presse-pointe ou clapet en bois
  • Fer à vapeur

Details

Niveau de couture : Avancé

Tailles : 0 - 20 (voir notre tableau des tailles ici)

Mesures finies : Voir les mesures finales complètes ici

Instructions : Anglais et français (les instructions en français sont disponibles en PDF uniquement)

Fichier à imprimer chez soi (Lettre & A4) : 67 pages, les tailles sont superposées en calques.

Copy Shop : 4 pages ( 36" x 48", A0), les tailles sont superposées en calques.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews
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chestier annick
no more jasika pattern

finally I left away jasika pattern for myself :too much modifications on front pattern

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Roberts Susan
The blazer

The pattern and tutorial were great. I am 74 years old and took tailoring classes in 1967. It had been a long time since I made a tailored blazer. I am fairly pleased with my completed blazer and am staring on a new one. I found the step by step videos to be helpful and inspiring. When my blazer was completed I ordered the pattern from the copy shop which will make the next one much simpler. I ordered the packet with to complete the inside and found it to be very helpful.
I completed the blazer during a time while healing from an injury which prevented playing pickleball 😩. What a great distraction.
I recommend the pattern and tutorial.

S
Sandra Appleseth

I have not made this yet and after looking at the pattern I feel its too much work. I guess I thought it would be simpler. I also dont know where I can locally buy some of the interfacing that is required. I really dont want to order on line.

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Alice
Very thorough, great sizing

I have not had the time to finish my blazer, but I'm very happy with the detailed instructions and especially with the alternate pieces for larger bust sizes! It makes a complicated project one step easier and I wish all patterns had these options. A lot of the hardest work has been done for you. I have made my muslin (most important alteration was taking off 3 inches of length overall, as I'm very short) and I'm confident I can turn it into a proper blazer with these great instructions.
Would definitely recommend!

J
Janelle LaCroix
Oh, Jasika Blazer. You Complete Me.

Shall I compare the Jasika Blazer to a summer's day? Thou art more stylish and more inspiring than the darling buds of May. Okay whatever, just get yourself this pattern, Sewists of the World. Thank you Closet Core for not dumbing down this blazer, but also giving sewists ample support and encouragement via your course (upgraded my sewing game forever), tailoring kit and general online rah-rah presence. I thought after I made it, I wouldn't want to sew another blazer for a very long time. Not so! I made one in Harris tweed and immediately made another in linen for summer while I still had the pattern pieces strewn about my space and Heather Lou's double clapper song in my heart. The FBA on a platter was like a shiny, golden gift from the boob god(desses). Every time I see my blazers hanging in the closet I have a little moment of "I can't believe I made that" and every time I've sewn a garment since then (I'm looking at you, Blanca Flight Suit and Ginger jeans) I feel like I'm sewing with more love, integrity and skill because of all the nuggets of wisdom the Jasika course bestowed upon me. One million freakin' stars!

L
Lori
Wonderful Pattern - Excellent Tutorial

I love this pattern. It's really well drafted and the instructions are very clear. I also bought the online tailoring tutorial which was full of useful tips. I especially liked the fact that I could watch and re-watch each lesson.

Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews
97%
(29)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
c
chestier annick
no more jasika pattern

finally I left away jasika pattern for myself :too much modifications on front pattern

R
Roberts Susan
The blazer

The pattern and tutorial were great. I am 74 years old and took tailoring classes in 1967. It had been a long time since I made a tailored blazer. I am fairly pleased with my completed blazer and am staring on a new one. I found the step by step videos to be helpful and inspiring. When my blazer was completed I ordered the pattern from the copy shop which will make the next one much simpler. I ordered the packet with to complete the inside and found it to be very helpful.
I completed the blazer during a time while healing from an injury which prevented playing pickleball 😩. What a great distraction.
I recommend the pattern and tutorial.

S
Sandra Appleseth

I have not made this yet and after looking at the pattern I feel its too much work. I guess I thought it would be simpler. I also dont know where I can locally buy some of the interfacing that is required. I really dont want to order on line.

A
Alice
Very thorough, great sizing

I have not had the time to finish my blazer, but I'm very happy with the detailed instructions and especially with the alternate pieces for larger bust sizes! It makes a complicated project one step easier and I wish all patterns had these options. A lot of the hardest work has been done for you. I have made my muslin (most important alteration was taking off 3 inches of length overall, as I'm very short) and I'm confident I can turn it into a proper blazer with these great instructions.
Would definitely recommend!

J
Janelle LaCroix
Oh, Jasika Blazer. You Complete Me.

Shall I compare the Jasika Blazer to a summer's day? Thou art more stylish and more inspiring than the darling buds of May. Okay whatever, just get yourself this pattern, Sewists of the World. Thank you Closet Core for not dumbing down this blazer, but also giving sewists ample support and encouragement via your course (upgraded my sewing game forever), tailoring kit and general online rah-rah presence. I thought after I made it, I wouldn't want to sew another blazer for a very long time. Not so! I made one in Harris tweed and immediately made another in linen for summer while I still had the pattern pieces strewn about my space and Heather Lou's double clapper song in my heart. The FBA on a platter was like a shiny, golden gift from the boob god(desses). Every time I see my blazers hanging in the closet I have a little moment of "I can't believe I made that" and every time I've sewn a garment since then (I'm looking at you, Blanca Flight Suit and Ginger jeans) I feel like I'm sewing with more love, integrity and skill because of all the nuggets of wisdom the Jasika course bestowed upon me. One million freakin' stars!

L
Lori
Wonderful Pattern - Excellent Tutorial

I love this pattern. It's really well drafted and the instructions are very clear. I also bought the online tailoring tutorial which was full of useful tips. I especially liked the fact that I could watch and re-watch each lesson.