The Potters Jacket is the ultimate classic jacket which works well in a variety of fabrics and is designed to be useful all year round. The pattern is fully lined and comes with 2 options for pockets - welt pocket or gusset pocket - along with two different lengths.
Sizing: Sizes 4 - 28 (with PDF Layers)
Skill level: Intermediate sewers (you'll need extra focus for the welt pockets)
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The Potters Jacket is a neat fit with full length sleeves and straight body shape. If you're sewing this piece in wool you might consider a size up to allow for bulky winter layering.
Materials list:Fabric, lining fabric, 5 x medium buttons (around 2.5-3cm), thread, about 60cm of good quality fusing (if you're choosing to make in wool you might like to piece fuse both front pieces - for this you'll need 1m of good quality woven fusing)
Pages to print:
Instructions - 25
- Short version = 39
- Longer version = 42
- Rest of pattern = 32
- Short version = 3
- Longer version = 4
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How to print your pattern:
You have two options for printing out your pattern.
1. You can get it printed in A0 at a printing shop or sewing pattern company. Search for "sewing pattern printing company" to find a company that does this in your region.
2. Or you can print it yourself on a home printer in A4 or US Letter format and then tile the pages together using tape.
Using PDF layers:
All of our patterns come with PDF layers so you can select the sizes you want to view and print. To do this you’ll need a PDF viewer such as Adobe Acrobat Reader (this is free to download).
More details on printing, using PDF layers and general preparation tips can be found on the ‘Using Our Patterns’ document (download for free here). This document comes with all of our patterns.
Women's Body Measurements
Bust / Waist / Hip (based on standard UK measurements) - Measurements in cms