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Nerrisa Quilted Coat & Jacket - PDF Sewing Pattern

£ 14.00

Nerrisa Quilted Coat & Jacket - PDF Sewing Pattern


Sizing Chart

£ 14.00

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*This pattern is available as a PDF download. For help with the downloading, printing and assembling process, please see this post.
  
You can also choose to purchase a PDF and have us print it for you! When you select “PDF + Copyshop Print Out” you will receive the PDF pattern immediately via email, and your printed A0 copyshop files will follow in the post. Please note, this does not include a print out of the instructions.*
   

THE QUILTED COAT & JACKET

Cosy up all year round with this lightweight quilted coat with casual drop sleeves, optional rounded collar plus a subtle hip length hi-lo hem and the longer calf length overcoat variations. We’ve included instructions on how to quilt your own fabric, as well as the option to repurpose a second hand quilt for this project.

Keep up with muse Nerrisa's adventures on instagram @nerrisapratt

Nerrisa is a multi-sized sewing pattern sized A - E; please check the sizing chart for body measurements and finished garment measurements. 

♥️ Nerrisa wears pink jacket in size C; fabric from Empress Mills & repurposed quilt coat in size B.
♥️ Jack wears plaid jacket in size C; fabric from Rainbow Fabrics.
♥️ Jennifer wears repurposed quilt jacket in size B.

 

Copyshop files (All sizes): 4x A0 sheets

Print at home files (All sizes): 84x A4/US letter

Vintage or second hand quilts are perfect for this pattern. We love a good repurposing project! If you’re quilting the fabric yourself, opt for stable cottons, linens or poly cotton blends. If you want to challenge yourself, velvet, velveteen or dressmaking weight jacquard adds a splash of glamour. Remember that you will have three layers: your main fabric, your batting and the inside backing fabric, so it's best to avoid anything too heavy.

Batting: choose high quality batting in cotton, wool, bamboo or a blend. The thicker the batting the warmer your coat will be! For the backing, lightweight cottons are ideal.

VARIATION 1 Coat
45" / 1.15m
Size A: 3.3yd / 3m
Size B: 3.4yd / 3.1m
Size C: 3.8yd / 3.5m
Size D: 4.2yd / 3.8m
60" / 1.5m
Size A: 2.1yd / 1.9m
Size B: 3.2yd / 2.9m
Size C: 3.3yd / 3m
Size D: 3.4yd / 3.1m
Size E: 3.9yd / 3.6m
VARIATION 2 Jacket
45" / 1.15m
Size A: 2yd / 1.8m
Size B: 2.1yd / 1.9m
Size C: 2.4yd / 2.2m
Size D: 2.6yd / 2.4m
Size E: 2.7yd / 2.5m
60" / 1.5m
Size A: 1.3yd / 1.2m
Size B: 1.3yd / 1.2m
Size C: 2yd / 1.8m
Size D: 2.1yd / 1.9m
Size E: 2.4yd / 2.2m


The size E coat is only suitable for wider fabrics so we’ve only shown required fabric for 60” or 150cm wide fabric.

If you are quilting your own fabric you will need the length of fabric shown above in each of your main fabric, backing fabric and batting.

  • Your fabric
  • Matching thread
  • 5m bias binding, shop bought or home made
  • 8-12 buttons, 2.5-3.5cm in diameter
  • Batting (optional, if you're quilting your own)
  • Tailors chalk or masking tape (optional, quilt your own)
  • A buttonhole foot attachment (optional)
  • Your usual tools and sewing supplies