Vogue Outfit V9275

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The Vogue V9275 Outfit sewing pattern is perfect for an advanced beginner/intermediate dressmaker. The very loose-fitting lined jacket has a zip front and contrast collar and cuffs. The pullover tunics, which are also very loose fitting, have collar variations. The close-fitting pull-on leggings have a front and back band at the waist and the fitted pull-on pants have elastic at waist.

Suggested Fabrics:  A: Wool Blends, Fleece, Twill. B, C, E, Contrast A: Moderate Stretch Knits (35% Cross Grain): Jersey, Sweatshirt Fleece. D: For Four-way Stretch (75%): Spandex.

Size Combinations: Y[XSmall-Small-Medium], ZZ[Large-XLarge-XXLarge]

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER format only.

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Fabric

Fleece, Heavyweight Cotton / Twill / Gabardine, Jersey / Knits / Scuba, Wools / Suiting

Size

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

Sewing level

Confident Beginner, Intermediate

Make time

All day, One to two days

Pattern format

PAPER Y (XS-S-M), PAPER ZZ (L-XL-XXL)

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    Vogue Misses’ Jacket, Tunic, Leggings & Pants 9275

    mumokio

    I loved Kate’s version so had to make one myself. I should have just stuck to the instructions and made the lined jacket as per the pattern but wanted to face the fronts and keep the chocolate fleece interior of my double faced fabric.

    To see how to do it better see https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/43426924/posts/1724666052

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    Vogue Misses’ Jacket, Tunic, Leggings & Pants 9275

    Admin TheFoldLine

    It’s love… this coat and me are an official item and I’ve worn it nearly everyday since making it. A few things to note if you choose to emark on this bad boy. The size chart is at best vague, i ended up cutting out a M, if I’d gone by the packet measurements I should have done a L. There is a whole load of ease in these pattern so much so that I ended up taking out about an inch on sleeve and two on the side seams… lets just say it’s a ‘relaxed fit.’

    Obviously I should have made a toile, corrected the fit and then started on the real thing – but where’s the fun in that? All in all I’m really pleased with it, if I were to make any changes for the next round I’d probably have added a facing on the inside so that the lining is less visible.

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