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Difficulty: **

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.

Cutting:

1. Pocket frame – 2 pieces
2. Back part – 2 pieces
3. Back neckline facing – 1 folded piece
4. Front part – 2 pieces
5. Front facing – 2 pieces
6. Sleeve – 2 pieces

Lining:

1. Sleeve – 2 pieces
2. Back part – 2 pieces
3. Front part – 2 pieces
4. Pocket bag – 2 pieces

Fusing: apply the fusing to wrong side of front facings, back neckline facings, front part.

Instructions:

1. Stitch back/front darts, stitch back middle seam.

2. Cut front slit pockets “in frames”: press pocket facings along the center wrong side out. Apply the stripe of fusing of 4 cm (1-5/8") width to wrong side of pocket marking. Lay pocket facings on front part, pin them together along pocket entrance marking and stitch. Cut the front part between stitches, cut the fabric diagonally at stitch ends. Press seam allowance apart. Fold facings into wrong side through the slit to make a neat frame, then tack. Lay the pocket bag on wrong side on lower frame, fold the pocket bag upwards; topstitch the pocket bag on right side of front part catching pocket bag. Press the pocket bag downward. Lay the second edge of pocket bag on wrong side of pocket and topstitch it on right side along the seam joining upper facing. Turn small triangles at slit ends into wrong side and topstitch accurately between upper stitch ends and lower stitch ends. Stitch facings’ open edges.

3. Stitch shoulder/side seams.

4. Stitch front facing’s shoulder seams and back neckline facing.

5. Lay front facings on front parts right sides together; pin them to edgings’ and neckline’s edges, them overstitch edgings with front facings.

6. Sew garment hem.

7. Sew sleeve seams. Stitch sleeves into armholes easing them along sleeve caps.

8. Sew shoulder pads.

9. Stitch darts into lining front/back parts, stitch lining details together. Stitch the lining to sleeve hems, front facings’ inner edges and back neckline facing. Sew the lining.

10. Make buttonholes into right front part, sew buttons on left one.



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