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Vikisews Uma Coat PDF

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Buy the Uma Coat sewing pattern from Vikisews. Uma is a loose-fitting, straight-cut puffer coat featuring wide horizontal quilting. The garment has side seam pockets and a tall standing collar. Uma fastens with four snaps on the short centre front placket and collar. The long, wide, one-piece raglan sleeves have a shoulder dart. Decorative elastic cord with stoppers is threaded through the casings at the garment and sleeve hems. The coat is below-hip length.

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

– PDF (available to download immediately after purchase). Your selected size will include all 4 height options. What is a PDF?

If you would like to order a printed A0 copy shop pattern, please complete your PDF purchase, then upload the A0 file for your chosen height here. For example, to print size M/L in height 4, upload the A0 file labelled 'M-L-4′. Note for designs with linings, you may need to upload two A0 files (one for the garment, and one for the lining)What is Copy Shop?

Suggested fabrics: Faux fur with a knit or woven backing (short or medium pile, up to 10 mm/3/8”), blended raincoat fabrics, Dewspo, twill, taffeta, Taslan, etc.

For the lining, the designer recommends artificial fibres (viscose), blends (viscose + elastane, viscose + polyester), or synthetics (polyester, polyester + elastane). The lining fabric must be smooth, slippery, and opaque.

For the interlining, use spunbond 30 g/m2.

The garment in the photos is made of faux fur (100% polyester). The fabric is soft, malleable, and medium weight. The pile height is 5 mm (3/16"). The lining is 45% viscose + 55% polyester. The interlining is spunbond 30 g/m2. This material can be found in gardening or hardware stores.

Fabric requirements: When purchasing fabric, buy 5% more than required to account for shrinkage.

Main: 140 cm (55") wide fabric: 1.9 - 2.81 m (2 1/8 - 3 1/8 yd) // 150 cm (59") wide fabric: 1.9 - 2.26 m (2 1/8 - 2 1/2 yd) // 160 cm (63") wide fabric: 1.83 - 2.14 m (2 - 2 3/8 yd).

Lining: 140 cm (55") wide fabric: 1.61 - 2.54 m (1 3/4 - 2 3/4 yd).

Sizing: XS/S or M/L or XL (approx. UK 6 – 8/10 or UK 10 – 14/16 or UK 16/18 – 20, based on our standardised size chart). Please also check the designer’s size chart and finished garment measurements.

Vikisews patterns are designed for a B/C cup.

The PDF pattern includes 4 height options:

Height 1 = 154 – 160 cm (5’1″ – 5’3″)
Height 2 = 162 – 168 cm (5’4″ – 5’6″)
Height 3 = 170 – 176 cm (5’7″ – 5’9″)
Height 4 = 178 – 184 cm (5’10” – 6′)

Notions: 

– Spunbond interlining, 300 cm (118") wide, 0.86 - 1.6 m (1 - 1 3/4 yd) (for loosely woven materials, the designer recommends using a double layer of spunbound, 1.73 - 2.81 m (1 7/8 - 3 1/8 yd))
– Fusible/sew-in knit or woven interfacing, 140 cm (55") wide, 0.3 m (3/8 yd) (sew-in interfacing material (calico, 125 - 140 g/m2) must be preshrunk; total length required is about 50 cm/1/2 yd)
– Filling, 800 - 1000 g (800 g = approx. stuffing of a 50 x 70 cm (20 x 27 1/2") pillow / 1200 g = approx. stuffing of a 70 x 70 cm (27 1/2 x 27 1/2") pillow)
– Knit elastic cord, 0.3 - 0.5 cm (1/8 - 3/16") wide, 2.21 - 2.6 m (2 3/8 - 2 7/8 yd)
– Four double-hole stoppers
– Four sew-on snaps, 2 cm (3/4") diameter
– Matching thread (one spool matching main, one spool matching lining)

PDF pattern includes: Instructions; A4 print-at-home pattern (30-35 pages for coat, 21-25 pages for lining); US letter print-at-home pattern (30-35 pages for coat, 25-28 pages for lining); plotter pattern (1 sheet for coat, 1 sheet for lining); A0 copy shop pattern (2 sheets for coat, 2 sheets for lining) // Layers: No // Projector file: No.

Note: The PDF pattern includes all 4 height options. Before cutting, please double check you are using the correct option for your height. For example, to make size M/L in height 4, choose the files labelled 'M-L-4′.

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