- Illustrated Sewing Pattern
- Sizes 4-18 US Imperial/Metric Measurement
- Perfect for Beginner/Intermediate sewist. Great first jacket project.
Materials you need at home:
- View A 44"/45" Fabric - 2 1/2 yards or 58"/60" Fabric - 1 7/8 yards
- View B 44"/45" Fabric - 2 7/8 yards or 58"/60" Fabric - 2 1/4 yards
- Thread, Three 1" buttons
The New Dover Jacket is an unlined raglan sleeve jacket in two lengths with 3/4 sleeve and 3 button closure. View A is hip length and View B is mid thigh length (car coat) with patch pockets. Includes 40 page pattern AND 2 page A0 Copy Shop file for large scale printing.
The friendly instructions include step by step instructions with stitching lines printed in red for clarity.
This is a perfect first jacket project for the beginner to intermediate sewist.
Finished Length: View A 25", View B 32" Fabric Requirements: Linen, lightweight denim, lightweight wool, quilting weight cotton, ponte knit, raw silk, silk noil.
View A: 44"/45" Fabric - 2 1/2 yards 58"/60" Fabric - 1 7/8 yards View B: 44"/45" Fabric - 2 7/8 yards 58"/60" Fabric - 2 1/4 yards
All Views: Thread, Three 1" buttons
PDF pattern will be available immediately upon payment.
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Notes about printing at home: Print test square first to verify printer is calibrated properly. Be sure printer settings are set as "actual" and not "fit to page".
A copy shop file is included for large format printing at your local print shop.
Blue Dot Patterns
I am a wife, mom, pattern designer and sewing teacher in sunny Southern California. I started sewing when I was tiny and haven't stopped since.
Blue Dot Patterns started in 2014 not only out of my love of sewing but from my experience as a sewing teacher. I found that my students were frustrated with commercial sewing patterns.
My vision with Blue Dot patterns is to inspire sewists through modern design and well-crafted patterns with friendly instructions. You can learn more about my patterns at bluedotpatterns.com.
I hope you enjoy making my patterns as much as I enjoy designing them.