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Sculptural Bucket Coat

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The Sculptural Bucket Coat is a multisize pattern that comes with a YouTube tutorial from Stitchless TV to talk you through every step of the process and all the information you will need regarding fabric and pattern layout. Have a look at the blog post for ideas and inspiration for different fabrics and to see other made-up versions and variations of this coat.

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Additional information

Fabric

Denim / Corduroy, Heavyweight Cotton / Twill / Gabardine, Jacquard / Brocade, Velvet / Velveteen, Wools / Suiting

Size

6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26

Sewing level

Confident Beginner, Intermediate

Make time

Half a day, All day

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  1. Sculptural Bucket Coat

    juud

    My favorite pattern EVER!!! the snit, the fit and everything else….Just absolutely LOVE it.Instructions on pattern and a full you tube video on how to make the sculptural bucket coat….brilliant!

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  2. Sculptural Bucket Coat

    StitchlessTV

    This is a really easy coat sewing pattern with inside seams either overlocked or bound with bias bindings.
    It is available as a PDF or Paper Pattern and the instructions are on the pattern pieces and in a free video sewing tutorial on Stitchless TV on Youtube https://youtu.be/vyQSmj0i4RU
    It works in many fabrics but for this coat I was lucky enough to get my hands on some end of lines from the design house Delpozo.
    It’s a pure wool mohair fabric.
    I bound the seams inside with a mix of gold and silver lame bias binding.
    The front facings collar were faced with bonded interfacing to help stabilise the fabric.
    Sometimes I use this pattern to make the Sculptural Bucket Dress, simply by folding back the front facing and cutting 2 to a fold. I may need to tweek the sizing of the upper body a bit if I want it to be more fitted but I prefer it loose fitting anyway.
    Even if you know what you are doing, it’s important to read all the instructions written on the pattern and to scan the video for the instructions.

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  3. Sculptural Bucket Coat

    outofrwanda

    Brilliant pattern – so simple but SOOOOO stylish. All my friends have gone wild over this coat – it’s very chic and I feel a million dollars wearing it. I’d bought this fabric ages ago but didn’t find the right project for it – the print is so big. Anyway – this was absolutely perfect. My pattern matching was pretty good too even if I say so myself. Originally I was going to be lazy and just use pinking shears on the seam edges but I am so glad I took the time to use a contrast binding as the inside is so beautiful you could almost wear it reversible too. The tutorial video even mentions all the other ways you can do the seams but the binding makes it look special for sure. The sewing itself is very quick so it is worth taking the time to do all the binding too. Very simple sewing really and the instruction video is very clear. Great pattern and a lot of potential for other jackets! Also – loved the fact that it was downloadable (though you can buy a paper version too it seems) which was brilliant as I live in Rwanda and yet I could make it up the same evening I saw it being advertised!! Fabulous for impatient people like me. Watch this space on more of these projects.

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