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sewing pattern - #5002 Short-sleeved jacket

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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.


One-piece -belt - 2 details
Collar - 2 details
Center back part - 2 details
Side back part - 2 details
Side front part - 2 details
Back neckline facing - 1 folded detail
Center front part - 2 details
Front facing - 2 details
Sleeve - 2 details

Interfacing: reinforce front facing details and back neckline facings with interfacing: back neckline facing interfacing - 1 folded detail, front facing interfacing - 2 details.


1. Stitch the one-piece belt along longer sides, then turn it right side our and press. Make a decorative stitch on 0.5 cm (3/16") distance from the edge.

2. Sew middle and relief back seams. Insert the one-piece belt into relief seams.

3. Sew front relief seams.

4. Sew shoulder and side seams.

5. Fold front facings and front parts rognt wides together, then pint them to front facings edges. Overstitch edgings with front facings. Sew front facings shoulder seams and backneckline facing.

6. Trim the collar along the outer contour. Sew the inner collar into neckline, sew outer collar into facing neckline. Press seam allowances apart. Sew inner collar joining seam allowances (ironed apart) and back neckline facings from inside.

7. Trim the hem of the jacket. Sew front facings to hem allowance.

8. Topstitch the jacket along edges and the cillar on 0.5 cm distance.

9. Sew sleeves seams. Sew sleeve hems and sew sleeves into armholes, shrinking alnog the sleeve cap.

10. Tuck buttonholes into the right front part, sew buttons at the left one.

11. Sew shoulder pads.

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