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Style Arc Adelaide Woven Jacket

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Buy the Adelaide Woven Jacket sewing pattern from Style Arc. Cut for a boxy fit, Adelaide will become a mainstay of your wardrobe. Make it as a lined, tailored jacket for work or a special occasion. Sew the unlined version with in-seam pockets for a perfect desk to dinner look. Or add binding and patch pockets for a great weekend jacket. You can get all these looks and more from just one pattern!

Note: Style Arc patterns are suited to a more confident maker. The written instructions are not illustrated at each step.

This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following format:

– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)

Suggested fabrics: Wool, felt, melton, linen.

Fabric requirements: 

Main: 148 cm (58") wide fabric - cut two way on the open: Sizes 4 - 12, 2 m (2.2 yd) // Sizes 14 - 20, 2.25 m (2.5 yd) // Sizes 22 - 30, 2.5 m (2.75 yd).

Lining: 148 cm (58") wide fabric: Sizes 4 - 12, 1 m (1.1 yd) // Sizes 14 - 18, 1.5 m (1.64 yd) // Sizes 20 - 30, 1.75 m (1.9 yd).

Sizing: 4 – 16 or 18 – 30 (approx. UK 4/6 – 16/18 or UK 18/20 – 32, based on our standardised size chart). Please also check the designer’s size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: 90 cm (36") wide fusible interfacing, 90 cm (36"); front buttons, two 23 mm (36L); pocket buttons, two 23 mm (36L); optional commercial bias binding for bound style, approx. 4.5 m (5 yd).

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Faux suede Adelaide Jacket

I cut size 20 which is my usual size. I usually do a FBA but did not want a dart on the front and because the jacket has so much positive ease I could get away without this adjustment. I love the two piece sleeves that fit really well without my usual full bicep adjustment. I did shorten the sleeves above the elbow and add length below the elbow and I also added a 1/2” high round back adjustment . The instructions are short but this is an easy jacket to sew and I had no problems with it’s construction. My faux suede had  Sherpa fleece on the reverse side so I made the jacket without a lining or facings. I bound the edges with homemade bias binding which was very straight forward because of the boxy shape. I dropped the patch pocket to the bottom of the jacket. This was my first time making a jacket and it was very straight forward. It is a very easy relaxed style and I have worn it loads already.

Adelaide Woven Jacket review

I love the boxy shape of this jacket and I couldn't wait to make it in this wide corduroy. It's fully lined and perfectly drafted. It was a great companion on my summer vacation to Scandinavia. Besides the big visible pockets, there are also pockets in the side seams. This is a size 8.