Recommended fabrics: cotton flannel
You will need: Yellow polka dot cotton flannel and blue cotton flannel.
Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need.
When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide.
Front – BLUE - 2 pieces
Back – BLUE - 1 piece
Sleeve – YELLOW - 2 pieces
Hood - YELLOW - 2 pieces
Tie - YELLOW - 4 pieces
Front – YELLOW - 2 pieces
Back – YELLOW - 1 piece
Sleeve – BLUE - 2 pieces
Hood - BLUE -2 pieces
1. Assemble Side 1. Sew shoulder seams; press allowances open.
2. Sew Sleeves into open armholes, matching the notches.
3. Sew Hood dart.
4. Sew center hood seam; press allowances towards left side, topstitch at 0.5 cm (1/4”).
5. Sew Hood into neckline, matching the notches.
6. Construct Side 2 in a similar manner (pts. 1-5).
7. Place Sides 1 and 2 face-to-face, aligning raw edges. Stitch Sides 1 and 2 together at face edge of Hood, center front edges, bottom of jacket, and bottoms of Sleeves. Turn out and press.
8. Sew side seams and under-sleeve seams of Side 1. Sew side and under-sleeve seams of Side 2 as much as possible. Turn under raw edges in side seams opening of Side 2, hand-sew them together.
9. Topstitch at neckline, fastening together shell and lining.
10. Topstitch front edges, face edge of Hood, bottom of jacket and bottoms of Sleeves with 0.5 cm (1/4”) topstitching.
11. Fold each Tie in half lengthwise, face side inside, stitch at long and one short end; turn out, press and topstitch. Mark placement of Ties at Fronts as per pattern. Apply each Tie to marks horizontally, so that the Tie is directed towards side seams/armhole, topstitch onto Front. Turn the Tie out towards center front, and topstitch in a shape of rectangle with diagonals.