Recommended fabrics: low nap faux fur.
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.
You will need: 6 hooks; lining.
1. Back part – 1 detail
2. Front part – 2 details
3. Front facing – 2 details
4. Inner collar – 1 detail
5. Outer collar trim – 1 detail
6. Outer collar – 1 detail
5. Upper sleeve – 2 details
6. Lower sleeve – 2 details
1. Back part – 1 detail
2. Front part - 2 details
3. Upper sleeve – 2 details
4. Lower sleeve – 2 details
1. Sew outer collar trim to the collar.
2. Fold the outer collar with inner one right sides together, then overstitch inner collar with outer one. Turn the collar right side out, then fit the edging from outer collar.
3. Sew bust dart into the front part.
4. Fold the drawstring lining stripe with fabric garment wrong side according to marking, turn out the lower end of the stripe. Tack the stripe with garment, then topstitch along marking.
5. Fold front facing and front part right sides together, then overstitch along the edge, on the right side of front part upward to the notch marking ends of collar sewing-in. Sew front facing lower edges to front part strictly along the marked line of hem folding-under. Turn edges right side out, then fit seams.
6. Sew shoulder seams. Sew side seams, with holes for string unsewn.
7. Sew the inner collar with the neckline, then sew inner collar to front facings.
8. Sew sleeve dart. Sew sleeve front seam.
9. Fold the drawstring lining stripe with fabric garment sleeve wrong side according to marking, turn out the lower end of the stripe. Tack the sides to garment sleeves, then topstitch along marking.
10. Sew edge sleeve seam, with the string hole unsewn.
11. Sew sleeves into armholes according to notches. Sew sleeve pads and sleeve heads into.
12. Mark hooks places on the wring side. Make holes (with a special instrument) for hooks and eyes. Insert hooks (or eyes) into the holes; pull board pieces of 40-50 mm (1-*-5/8" - 2") into hook rings (or eye). Sew hooks (or eyes) to front facing through rings, then fix pulled into the hook ends of the board.
13. Sew lining sleeve seams, then sew the sleeves into. Oversew lining seams, hem upward the waist. Press the lining. Sew the lining to front facing and outer collar inner edges. Sew collar joining seam allowances. Turn lining sleeves under and sew to garment hem turning-under, turn the extra lining into the wrong side and press. Turn the coat right side out through unsewn hem. Cut the hem, then turn it under and topstitch, so that the lining was 1 cm shorter than the fabric garment. Turn the hem and sew by hand.
14. Trim the string into the drawstring. Gather the fabric with ties, then trim the gathering, gather ends of the string.