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Juliet Coat - PDF Sewing Pattern

£ 10.50

Juliet Coat - PDF Sewing Pattern


Sizing Chart

£ 10.50

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 *This pattern is only available as a PDF download for you to print and assemble at home. For help with the downloading, printing and assembling process, please see this post*

THE COAT

Channel your inner Mrs Maisel with this perfectly retro swing coat! A great first coatmaking project, Juliet is an approachable and straightforward make that will elevate your sewing skills without feeling overwhelming. The Juliet coat is fully lined and features two-piece raglan sleeves, in-seam pockets, a roomy swing shape and the option of a classic notch collar or a softer shawl collar.

Multi-sized sewing pattern from UK 6 / US 2 up to UK 24 / US 20

This pattern can be printed on 4x A0 and 1x A2 copyshop files (notch collar), 4x A0 copyshop file (shawl collar), or 35x A4 sheets (lining), 48x A4 sheets (notch collar) and 48x A4 sheets (shawl collar).

Medium - heavy weight coating fabrics such as wool, tweed, cashmere, Melton, boiled wool. Lighter weight fabrics such linen or flannel make for a beautiful Spring coat. For the lining we recommend lightweight slippery fabrics such as cupro, silk habotai, viscose challis or acetate. 

This coat is only suitable for wider fabrics so we’ve only shown lay plans for 150cm wide fabric.

Please bear in mind that these fabric allowances do not account for fabric with nap, or directional prints. For that you will likely need more fabric than what we have recommended. To avoid the soul crushing disappointment that comes with realising you don’t have enough fabric for your project, we’d advise you err on the safe side and get more than you need!

For our featured samples, we used a deadstock camel wool from New Craft House, and a burgundy vegan wool from  Fabric Godmother.

VARIATION 1 Shawl Collar
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK6-8: 2.6m / 2.8yds
60" / 1.5m Sizes UK10-14: 2.8m / 3.1yds
60" / 1.5m Sizes UK16-18: 3m / 3.3yds
60" / 1.5m Sizes UK20-24: 3.8m / 4.2yds
VARIATION 1 Interfacing
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK6-18: 1.9m / 2.1yds
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK20-24: 2.9m / 3.2yds
VARIATION 2 Notch Collar
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK6-10: 2.8m / 3.1yds
60" / 1.5m Sizes UK12-16: 2.9m / 3.2yds
60" / 1.5m Sizes UK18-20: 3.1m / 3.4yds
60" / 1.5m Sizes UK22-24: 3.6m / 4yds
VARIATION 2 Interfacing
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK6-18: 1.8m / 2yds
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK20-24: 2.5m / 2.7yds
Lining - ALL VARIATIONS
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK6-10: 2m / 2.2yds
60" / 1.5m Sizes UK12-16: 2.1m / 2.3yds
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK18-24: 2.3m / 2.5yds
60" / 1.5m
Sizes UK6-24: 2.5m / 2.7yds
  • Your main fabric
  • Your lining fabric
  • Matching Thread
  • Light- Medium weight woven fusible interfacing
  • Tape measure
  • Pins or wonder clips
  • Fabric scissors
  • Hand sewing needle
  • Point turner (optional)
  • Tailors clapper (optional)
  • A decorative button
  • Buttonhole foot attachment (optional)
  • Your sewing machine
Size US/UK
2/6 4/8  6/10 8/12  10/14  12/16 14/18  16/20  18/22  20/24
Finished Bust
47in
119cm
47¾in
121cm
48½in
123cm
49¼in
125cm
50¾in
129cm
52¼in
133cm
54¾in
139cm
57in
149cm
59½in
151cm
61¾in
157cm
Finished Waist
56¾in
144cm
57½in
146cm
58¼in
148cm
59in
150cm
60¾in
154cm
62¼in
158cm
64½in
164cm
67in
170cm
69¼in
176cm
71¾in
182cm
Finished Hip
64¾in
164cm
65½in
166cm
66¼in
168cm
67in
170cm
68½in
174cm
70in
178cm
72½in
184cm
74¾in
190cm
77¼in
196cm
79½in
202cm
Finished Back length (neckline to hem)
36¼in
95½cm
36½in
92¾cm
36¼in
93cm
36in
93¼cm
37¾in
93¾cm
37¼in
94¼cm
37½in
95cm
37¾in
95¾cm
38in
96½cm
38¼in
97¼cm