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By CASHMERETTE, the Auburn Blazer is a paper sewing pattern.

Garment Details: Finally, a blazer that fits curves! Experience the joy of a classic lined blazer designed specifically for a full bust. Say goodbye to blazers that don’t button up, or are hugely oversized at the shoulders—with Cashmerette's C-H cup sizes and thoughtful design, it's the perfect blazer for curves.

The Cashmerette Auburn Blazer features sleek princess seams, a sophisticated notched collar, and a single button closure. Complete the look with angled welt pockets and two-piece vented sleeves, or go for a cropped length and a clean sleeve finish. Whether sewn in a woven, stretch woven, or stable knit, the Auburn is sure to add polish to your wardrobe and style.

Sizing: This is a multi-sized pattern in US sizes 12-32, includes 40-62” bust and 42–62” hip & three cup sizes (C/D, E/F, G/H). The sizing calculator will tell you exactly which size to make. Finished garment measurements and fabric requirements can be found here.

Char (fuchsia) is wearing View B of the Auburn Blazer in a size 26 G/H graded to a 30 in the waist and hip and with the full bicep sleeve. Her measurements are 49.5" high bust , 55.75" full bust, 49” waist and 60.5” hip, and she is 5’ 7”.

Gigi (gray) is wearing View A of the Auburn Blazer in a size 22 E/F graded to a 24 in the waist and hip. Her measurements are 46.5" high bust, 50" full bust, 45” waist and 54” hip, and she is 5’ 4”.

Fabric Suggestions: Main fabric for woven blazer: Mid- to heavy-weight wovens, such as suiting or tweed, made from wool, linen, or wool blends. Lightweight coating also suitable. Avoid fabrics with a very smooth surface like gabardine, as they will likely shine when pressed.

Main fabric for stretch blazer: Mid- to heavy-weight knit fabric such as stable ponte, or mid-weight stretch wovens such as stretch suiting.

Body lining: If using a non-stretch woven, use a light- weight woven lining such as rayon bemberg or crepe de chine. If using a stretch woven or ponte, use a knit lining for the body, such as ITY or other slick jersey.

Sleeve lining: Light-weight woven lining such as rayon bemberg or or crepe de chine, for both stretch & non-stretch blazers.

Pocket lining: Stable woven such as quilting cotton or shirting.

Interfacing: Mid-weight weft fusible interfacing and mid- weight knit fusible interfacing. Optional: use heavier weight interfacing for pocket welt; fusible horsehair canvas can be used for chest shield interfacing.

Trims required: Matching thread, 

Universal (for non-stretch) or stretch needle, hand sewing needle, thread

View A: 2 ⅜ yd (2.2 m) of 1 – 1 ½” (2.5 – 3.8 cm) wide bias tape (homemade) or ⅝” – ¾” (1.5 – 1.9 cm) wide single fold bias tape (store bought)

View B: ½ yd (0.5 m) of 1 – 1 ½” (2.5 – 3.8 cm) wide bias tape (homemade) or ⅝” – ¾” (1.5 – 1.9 cm) wide single fold bias tape (store bought)

One 1 – 1 1⁄4” button (center front), six ½” – ⅝” buttons (sleeve vents) for View A only.

Shoulder pads (⅜”/1 cm – ½”/12 mm thick). Rounded jacket/blazer shoulder pads are best and are typically around 6.5” (16.5 cm) by 4” (10.2 cm).

Straight grain fusible stabilizing tape (Alternatively, if your interfacing has a direction with NO stretch, even mechanical, you can cut a ½” strip along the direction with no stretch.)

Skill Level: Suitable for an intermediate skill level.




There is a full photo sewalong on Cashmerette's blog with tips and techniques that go beyond the instruction booklet

Seam allowances are included in the pattern. 

The paper pattern comes packaged in an envelope and includes a highly detailed fully illustrated instruction booklet.

Photo credits: Cashmerette.

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