Sienna Maker Jacket Pattern
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J'ai fait ce patron dans un denim 14oz sur lequel j'y ai ajouté une petite touche amusante; des coeurs en strass sur la petite poche de poitrine et une décoration en vinyle thermocollant. Les pétales sont en "stripflock", les ailes de l'abeille et le pointillé rose avec forme de coeur sont en "glitter". Cette image de marguerite et abeille est un montage fait sur ma Brother "scan'n cut". J'ai fait une finition de biais sur mes coutures intérieures et j'y ai mis des boutons à motifs de marguerite. Prendre note que j'ai rallongé le patron car je le voulais un peu plus long. Je le porte fièrement pratiquemment à tous les jours surtout pendant les journées fraîches. Je suis vraiment fière de ce veston!
I had already made the short version, and I knew the Sienna was the pattern to use to make the streamlined trench I envisioned for a spring trip to Europe. I love Closet Core patterns for the range of sizing available that allows me to reach a perfect fit.
I needed this coat to be a little dressy but warm and practical. I opted for a ribbed wool coating with a tattersall check wool suiting as an underlining. I inserted some side seam bag pockets instead of the patch pockets. I used a horn slider buckle in lieu of the D-rings. I love it!
For more a lot more detail on the making of this Sienna see the post titled "A Streamlined Trench for a Springbreak Trip" at my maker blog www.makelings.com.
I made the Short Worker’s Jacket using a canvas fabric and I love it. Fit was true to size. I included the sleeve pocket, and I also added a lining to the sleeves. Thanks to other techniques I’ve learned from Closet Core patterns, I finished the raw edges of the jacket using a Hong Kong finish. Can’t wait to try the longer versions of this pattern!
It is rare that a pattern fits me on the first draft especially the sleeves.The Sienna jacket I only had to add a bit to the hips in the long view.
Looking forward to making this up in a heavy linen!
i wish there was a projector file!
i haven’t finished yet—- all done except finishing the lapel, buttons, belt. as newer sewist it’s the most challenging thing i’ve done yet- but i feel it’s been more mental - like if i get myself to do it i can do it! can’t attest to the fit yet but it’s been a confidence bump at times and an exciting stretch at other times
I've been wanting to make this for a while, especially after seeing how stellar its reviews are. I wasn't disappointed. I made the short version in a 10 oz denim twill, which worked beautifully. This is my 2nd Closet Core make, and once again I'm impressed with how well drafted the pattern is, how clear the instructions are, and that there's no skimping on finishing detail. I like the oversized fit, because I can wear it over bulky sweaters. I skipped the sleeve pocket, but otherwise made the jacket as designed. For reference, I'm 5'3". I made a size 6, shortening the sleeves by 1 1/2 inches, and the body by 1 inch.