Patron pour l'anorak Kelly
Fabric and Supplies
Choisissez des tissus tissés de poids moyen à lourd comme le sergé, la toile, le denim et le lin. Réalisez l'ultime manteau de pluie avec un tissu imperméable comme le ripstop, la toile cirée ou le Goretex.
45" / 1.14m
0-8 = 3,5yd/3,2m, 8-20 = 4yd/3,75m
58" / 1.5m
0-8 = 2,5yd/2,3m, 8-14 = 3yd/2,75m, 16-20 = 3,5yd/3,2m
- 13 boutons-pression métalliques de 12-15 mm (1/2"-5/8")
- Fermeture éclair de manteau de séparation avec tirette sur le côté gauche (tailles 0-4 = fermeture éclair de 24", tailles 6-20 = fermeture éclair de 26")
- 1,3 m (1 1/2 yard) de cordon de serrage de 5 mm
- Facultatif : 3 yards de ruban de biais à double pli pour finir l'encolure et l'ourlet du manteau (peut être remplacé par un point de surjet ou un ruban de biais fait maison)
- Facultatif : 2 x œillets - taille #0 ou #1, diamètre intérieur 6-7 mm (peut être remplacé par une boutonnière à la machine)
- Facultatif : fil de surpiqûre
- Fil polyester
- Outil de marquage
Tailles : 0 - 20 (voir notre tableau des tailles ici)
Mesures finies : Voir les mesures finales complètes ici
Instructions : Anglais ou français
Fichier à imprimer chez soi (Lettre & A4) : 48 pages, les tailles ne sont pas superposées.
Fichier CopyShop (36 "x48" / A0) : 3 pages, les tailles ne sont pas superposées.
- Fitting and FBA
- Sewing a Waterproof Jacket
- How to Install Grommets
- How to Sew Gusseted Pockets
- Assembling the Body
- Sewing Drawstring Casing
- Sewing the Zipper Placket
- Sewing Hood or Collar (Unlined)
- Setting in Sleeves and Cuffs (Unlined)
- Setting in Sleeves (Lined Version)
- Assembling the Body (Lined Version)
- Bagging the Lining
- How to Install Snap Buttons
Tutoriels de couture associés
- Pattern Bonus: Sewing a Waterproof Pocket
- Underlining the Kelly for Warmth
- How to Sew a Zipper Placket
- Sewing Flat Felled Seams
- Bias Bound Seam Finishes
- Interlining with Thinsulate
Astuces et inspiration pour les patrons
From the Closet Core Patterns Community
I found it easy to make by following the instructions given. I didn't have to make any adjustments for my size. Whether you are a first time sewer or experienced one you will find it easy to make. I am also going to make a heavier winter jacket and also a winter coat with this pattern.
I made a lined waterproof version of the Kelly Anorak with the collar and an additional detachable hood (I traced the original hood piece and shortened the front flaps. Then I just attached it with snap buttons) The pattern was straight forward to sew, the instructions were clear. The muslin was pretty tight in the back. I intend to use the jacket as an everyday-rainjacket, so I made a broad back adjustment and lengthened the sleeves to have more room to stretch my arms forward.
As usual, a very good quality sewing pattern 😀
This was the first jacket pattern I have made. Pattern was great, instructions clear even for a jacket newbie and fit is perfect. Such a high end feeling finish paired with the lining extension.
Un patron pdf de qualité. Les explications sont claires. Le modèle est vraiment très sympa à coudre. Je me suis régalée.
I did 2 jackets, with the first a fit trial before using my fancy waterproofed soft shell fabric. This was a really great pattern and fit. I used to do mountaineering so I am fussy about size and shape of pockets and hoods and my trial was a complete jacket so I could test these details. I would like to do another using a waxed cotton, but mine was to be a waterproof dog walking jacket. I love the designed pockets, but where I live I have a hat in my pocket all year, a dog lead most of the time and gloves for most of the year, so the bellows type pocket would look a bit 'bulgy'. I didn't use the bellows and added a zip. I added a phone pocket and two zipped interior chest pockets (dog bags & keys). I also added a volume reducer on the hood, more because I have a real thing about close hoods, but I haven't really needed it - the designed hood is great. Great pattern for the jacket and for the lining and the online tutorials, especially the one for a waterproof jacket, were really useful. I had a scrap of end of roll (complete with paper tape stuck to it) of a high end fabric from a scraps bin at a fabric shop with panther cats on it. I used this for the upper part of the lining of my trial jacket. I love those panthers and they make me smile every time I pick up the jacket. I really like the fit and can see another Kelly anorak in the future.
What a great coat pattern! I was so nervous to take this on, but I’m so glad I did. The instructions were really clear. I second-guessed myself a few times, but I was able to check the details on the blog any time I was in a jam. I used the hardware kit from Closet Core, which was amazing.