Fulton Sweater Blazer PDF

Alina Sewing and Design Co

£12.50

Buy the Fulton Sweater Blazer sewing pattern from Alina Sewing and Design Co. The Fulton Sweater Blazer is an open-front knit jacket with a slimming relaxed fit. Polished, yet comfortable, this layering piece will instantly elevate casual outfits while adding a layer of warmth as you transition to and from seasons. Easy to dress up or dress down, this pattern can be worn anywhere from the office to the park to a night out.

The 3/4-sleeves layer nicely over short sleeves, while the full-length sleeves are practical for cooler weather. Both sleeve lengths can be folded up and cuffed to expose a thick facing (use a fun contrast fabric here!). The hip-length version (View A) is extremely versatile, while the knee-length version (View B) can be made in warmer fabrics more suitable for cold weather. Large patch pockets serve to catch all of the essentials on-the-go. This pattern is unlined, making it easy to sew, and can be made on any home sewing machine.

Suggested fabrics: Medium to heavy weight stable knits, such as boiled wool, double knit, stretch velour, ponte, scuba, boucle, french terry or stretch fleece. You should be looking for a stable knit that has a lot of structure, is low in drape and holds a press well. Knits with a lot of stretch and drape are not suitable and should be avoided.

Fabric requirements: 54” wide fabric: View A, 2-3/8 – 2-3/4 yards; View B, 3 – 3-1/4 yards // 45″ wide fabric: View A, 2-5/8 – 2-3/4 yards; View B, 3 – 3-1/4 yards.

Sizing: 0 – 18 (approx. UK 6 – 18). Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: Thread; ballpoint needle; 1-1/4 yards of fusible knit interfacing.

This sewing pattern is available in PDF format. The PDF pattern will be available immediately for download after purchase.

PDF pattern includes: Instruction booklet (27 pages); printing guide (3 pages); print-at-home pattern formatted for both US letter and A4 printers (38 pages); copy shop file formatted for both US and A0 printers (2 pages).

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Additional information

Fabric

Fleece, Jersey / Knits / Scuba

Make time

All day

Sewing level

Confident Beginner

Size

UK 6 / US 2 / EU 34, UK 8 / US 4 / EU 36, UK 10 / US 6 / EU 38, UK 12 / US 8 / EU 40, UK 14 / US 10 / EU 42, UK 16 / US 12 / EU 44, UK 18 / US 14 / EU 46

Pattern format

PDF

PDF Printing

38 Pages

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    4 out of 5 Camel coloured sweater blazer

    sewmanju

    Pattern Description:

    The Fulton Sweater Blazer is an open-front knit jacket with a slimming relaxed fit. Polished, yet comfortable, this layering piece will instantly escalate casual outfits while adding a layer of warmth as you transition to and from seasons.

    Easy to dress up or dress down, this pattern can be worn anywhere from the office to the park to a night out.

    The 3/4-sleeves layer nicely over short sleeves, while the full-length sleeves are practical for cooler weather. Both sleeve lengths can be folded up and cuffed to expose a thick facing (use a fun contrast fabric here!).

    The hip-length version (View A) is extremely versatile while the knee-length version (View B) can be made in warmer fabrics more suitable for cold weather. Large patch pockets serve to catch all of the essentials on-the-go.

    This pattern is unlined, making it easy to sew, and can be made on any home sewing machine.

    I made view A.

    Pattern Sizing:

    From bust size 32 – 44.5 inches, and hip size 34 – 46.5 inches

    I cut a size 16 through the bust, shoulder and arms and graded out to an 18 over the waist and hips.

    Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?

    Yes.

    Were the instructions easy to follow?

    For the most part very good and a comprehensive set of finished garment measurements are provided. I did find the written instructions for the collar a little hard to follow, but there is a video tutorial available which is clearer.

    What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?

    I like the finished garment. It feels comfortable and is very easy to wear. Nothing to dislike.

    Fabric Used:

    A viscose mix ponte knit in camel colour.

    Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:

    0.5 inch FBA which brought a bust dart in (the pattern is drafted for a B-cup).
    Added 5/8ths inch to the front and back side seams.
    For next time: I think the bust darts have to be moved down an inch, and I have already done this on the pattern, but this seems to vary depending on which bra I am wearing, lol.
    Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?

    I might make again. A longer length in a heavier fabric might be nice. Yes. I recommend.

    Conclusion:

    Easy to wear but a step-up from a cardigan; definitely a great piece to have in your wardrobe. Full details on my blog: https://sewmanju.com/2019/04/24/alina-sewing-and-design-company-fulton-sweater-blazer-diy-camel-ponte-knit-casual-blazer/

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