THE ILFORD JACKET • Pattern
By FRIDAY PATTERN CO, the Ilford Jacket is a paper sewing pattern.
Garment Details: The Ilford Jacket is a versatile style that’s modular design makes for a pattern that is simple, yet impactful. It can be customized a million different ways and really is a “choose your own adventure” type of pattern that incorporates your design sense into the project!
It features drop shoulders and comes with two sleeve options: a placketed sleeve with cuff, and an easy to sew boxy sleeve for a more relaxed vibe. It also includes two lengths as well as a bunch of pocket templates that you can mix and match! The possibilities are endless! You can wear the Ilford as a jacket or shirt depending on the fabric you use. This is a fun, skill building pattern that you will want to make/wear again and again! This pattern is for everyone and looks great on all genders!
Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, including sizes XS/0 -7X/32, (32”/81cm -60”/152cm chest). Drafted using sample measurements for a b-cup. Sizing and finished garment measurements (by scanning QR code) can be found here.
Fabric requirements: Fabric requirements can be found here.
Fabric Suggestions: The Ilford Jacket is designed for woven fabrics. For a jacket with structure go for a lightweight canvas, denim, corduroy or heavy cotton. It also looks great in linen or flannel.
Trims required: Matching thread, 5-12 buttons (any size is fine, but we recommend 1-1.5” buttons)and 1 yard fusible interfacing (weight depends on the fabric you are using but light to mid weight is recommended). YouTube video "How to sew a Placket" can be found here.
Skill Level: Suitable for a confident beginner-intermediate level sewing. Click here to download the paper doll file so you can plan your Ilford!
Seam allowances are included in the pattern.
The paper pattern is printed on tissue paper, comes packaged in an envelope and includes highly detailed fully illustrated instructions.
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