Style Arc

Style Arc Logan Shacket

Prix régulier £16.50 GBP
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Buy the Logan Shacket sewing pattern from Style Arc. Logan is an on-trend, oversized jacket with slightly dropped shoulders. It features a two-piece shirt collar, two large breast pockets, in-seam pockets, optional turn-up cuffs, a rounded back yoke, shaped hemline, and twin needle top stitching

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: Boiled wool, denim, corduroy, linen, flannelette.

Fabric requirements: 148 cm (58″) wide fabric: Sizes 4 - 10, 2.0 m (2.20 yd) // Sizes 12 - 16, 2.25 m (2.50 yd) // Sizes 18 - 22, 2.50 m (2.75 yd) // Sizes 24 - 30, 2.75 m (3.0 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.

Notions: 6 buttons, 20 mm (32L) // Optional (depending on weight of fabric): 90 cm (36″) wide interfacing, 25 cm (10").

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Gillian Airey
Looks great - Collar is an Enigma!

Loved making this shacket not least because I have learnt a new word 'shacket'! However, the collar simply did not fit despite following the seam allowances religiously. I checked on Style Arc's own website and found that the collar had caused some consternation for other sewists. The collar as per the pattern pieces ended up being 14cm short for the jacket body, there aren't even enough seam allowances to get to 14cm! I can only think that the collar as printed on the pattern is for the smaller size range and has been transposed onto the larger size range not scaled up to the larger sizes. Thankfully I felt able to make the amends and even more thankfully had spare fabric to make a whole new collar.