You will need: jersey; fusing; 1 separating zipper (depending on front part's length); elastic cord for the hood; 2 caps for cord.
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.
1. Front part - 2 pieces
2. Back part - 1 piece
3. Sleeve - 2 pieces
4. Side part - 2 pieces
5. Hood - 2 pieces
6. Hood center part - 1 piece
7. Front facing - 2 pieces
8. Pocket bag- 4 pieces
9. Off-set welt - 2 pieces
Advice: to prevent seam from stiffing, sew details with special (zig zag) stitch. To prevent hem from stiffing serge it with overlock and then stitch using double needle. Do the same for all edges which must stay elastic. The above is not for industrial manufacturing.
1. Apply the fusing to wrong side of off-set welt and press the welt along the center. Fold pocket bags right sides together, insert the welt between them and stitch the edge of pocket entrance. Turn pocket bags right side out and press them.
2. Lay ready patch pocket on side part in accordance with marking. Stitch side part to front part inserting patch pocket with the welt. Topstitch joining seam. Stitch shoulder edges together. Stitch side seams. Stitch sleeves. Stitch sleeves into armholes. Stitch hood details together. Serge buttonholes into the hood according to marks. Fold the allowance under and topstitch it along hood's front edge. Stitch the hood into neckline.
3. Lay the zipper on edging right sides together (teeth are from edging). Overstitch edging with front facings inserting the zipper. Overstitch the neckline with facing and topstitch it along shoulder seam.
4. Press garment/sleeve hems under and topstitch hems.
5. Press ready jacket.
6. Pull the cord into the hood.