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Difficulty: ***

Recommended fabrics: artificial leather.

You will need: fusible interfacing; separating zipper; zippers for pockets; lining.

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. Center back part – 1 detail
2. Side back part – 2 details
3. Inner collar – 1 detail
4. Outer fur collar – 1 detail
5. Side front part - 2 details
6. Center front part – 2 details
7. Sleeve – 2 details
8. Cuff - 2 details
9. Fur cuff – 2 details
10. Front facing – 2 details


1. Center back part – 1 detail
2. Side back part - 2 details
3. Side front part – 2 details
4. Center front part – 2 details
5. Sleeve – 2 details

Fusible interfacing: inner collar, cuff, front facing; hem allowances: center back part, side back part, center front part, side front part.


1. Strengthen the inner collar, cuff, front facing, hem allowance: side back part, center back part, sleeve, center front part, side front part with fusible interfacing.

2. Sew front and back princess seams.Double-topstitch princess seams of Fronts..

3. Overstitch inner collar with outer one (right sides together) along the outer contour. Then turn the collar right side out trimming the edging from the outer collar.

4. Cut the pocket entrance. Make diagonal cuts on 1-1.5 cm (5/8") from pocket end. Through these holes, turn allowances into wrong side, then pres through the pressing cloth. Place the zipper under pocket entrance edge so that teeth were visible. Topstitch the pocket entrance along the edge on 0.2 cm (1/16") from the edge. Mark the pocket place on the front part. Press pocket allowance along the outer contour through the pressing cloth, then topstitch along marking with double stitch on 0.2 cm distance from the pocket edge. Fit facing end so that facing pressed folding was accurately to flap joining seam. Fix pocket ends on the wrong side with double inverse stitch on corner bases. Sew pocket Hessian.

5. Fold front parts right sides together, then adjust edges measuring front facing lengths. Sew the zipper to front facing edges. Fold front facing edge under at zipper area, then press through the pressing sloth.

6. Fold the front facing and front part right sides together, then overstitch along the edge from the front part side. Sew front facings lower edges to front part strictly along marked hemline. Cut upper and lower seams corners. Turn edges right side out, trim seams. Topstitch on 0.7 cm (1/4") from the edge.

7. Sew shoulder and side seams.

8. Sew the inner collar to the neckline. Sew outer collar to front facing.

9. Sew outer and inner cuffs as a ring. Put inner cuff into outer one, right sides together, then topstitch along the lower edge. Turn the cuff right side out, trim seams.

10. Sew sleeve seam. Sew outer cuff to sleeve lower edge. Topstitch inner cuff along outer cuff joining seam.

11. Sew the sleeves into the armholes according to notches. Sew shoulder pads and sleeve heads.

12. Sew lignin details seams, sew sleeves into, with the hole in sleeve right seam unsewn. Sew the lining to front facing inner edges and outer collar. Fix collar joining seam allowances near seams.

13. Sew lining to inner cuff lower edge and jacket hem. Turn the jacket right side out through the hole in the sleeve. Sew the hole. Topstitch along jacket hem.

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