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By MEGAN NIELSEN, Hovea Jacket & Coat is a paper sewing pattern.

Garment Details: Hovea is a loose fit drop shoulder jacket & coat. Pattern features multiple lengths; deep angled feature pockets; unlined, full lining or quilted options; and belt or tie closures.

View A is a mid length unlined jacket with collar band.

View B is a mid length quilted jacket with binding. View C is a lined coat with collar band and belt.

View D is a quilted coat with binding.

View E is an unlined cropped jacket with collar band. View F is a quilted cropped jacket with binding.

Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, including sizes 0-20 or Hovea Curve 14-34. Sizing, finished garment measurements and fabric requirements can be found here

Fabric Suggestions: Light to medium weight fabrics, such as cotton, linen, chambray, blends etc. are recommended for the quilted versions B, D & F. Avoid thick fabrics or these versions can become bulky. Medium weight fabrics such as linen, cottons etc. or medium to heavy weight coating fabrics such as boiled, felted or suiting wool are recommended for Views A, C & E. Prequilted fabrics, such as the Merchant & Mills Cotton Jacquard, are suitable for all views

Trims required: Matching thread, lining (woven) (Views B, D & F & optional for Views A, C & E), 30cm (1/3yd) lightweight fusible interfacing for collar (View A, C & E), quilt batting (View B, D & F)

Skill Level: 2/5 on Megan Nielsen sewing skill scale.

Seam allowances are included in the pattern. 

Your roomy and beautiful pattern envelope includes the full size pattern on high quality tissue paper and instruction booklet with detailed instructions to guide you through constructing your garment.

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Photo credits: Megan Nielsen Patterns.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Samantha I
    Lovely versatility

    I have made a coat from this pattern and I can honestly say I love it. I did a quilted version using linen on the front, with a quilt top, old loved dress, and fabric remnants for the lining. I am surprised at how I enjoyed making this, and took my time, researching and getting advice from the designer's blog! I will be making more versions, there are so many options to be creative and make for all seasons!