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preview - #5009 Jacket with shawl collar and decorative trimming

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:

Fabric:

1. Center back part – 2 pieces
2. Side back part – 2 pieces
3. Upper front part – 2 pieces
4. Side lower front part – 2 pieces
5. Back neckline facing – 1 folded piece
6. Center front part – 2 pieces
7. Front facing one-piece with the collar – 2 pieces
8. Upper sleeve – 2 pieces
9. Lower sleeve – 2 pieces

Decorative fabric:

1. Collar trimming – 1 folded piece
2. Off-set welt – 2 pieces

Fusing: front facings, back neckline facings, off-set welts.

Instructions:

1. Stitch center back seam and back princess seams.

2. Fold the welt along the center. Stitch welt lower edges to upper edge of side lower front part. Stitch side lower front part to side upper front part, stitching the welt. Stitch front princess seams, catching welt side edge.

3. Stitch side/shoulder seams.

4. Stitch front shoulder seams and back neckline facings. Slash seam allowances. Stitch inner collar into garment neckline; stitch outer collar into facing neckline. Cut joining seams’ allowance close to stitch and press them apart.

5. Lay front facings on front parts right sides together and pin them to edgings; pin edges of outer/inner collars together. Process garment’s seams of edging and collar neatly. Sew jacket hem. Sew front facings to hem.

6. Stitch sleeve seams. Sew sleeve hems and stitch sleeves into armholes easing them along sleeve caps.

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

8. Sew shoulder pads.



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