Adult Transformer Jacket Bag Pattern

$5.95 USD
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The Transformer Jacket Pattern is comfortable, stylish and definitely, a must-have.  It features hood, color-blocked bodice and side sections, long sleeves, kangaroo pockets and zip front.  The best thing about this jacket sewing pattern is that it turns into a bag that you can wear when you no longer need the jacket.  I am constantly taking off my jacket while out and then having to carry it around!  This pattern is the perfect solution to that never-ending problem!


This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes XXS - 6XL. This pattern was drafted for our Curvy Fit Size Chart that is drafted for the height of 5’5”/165.10 cm. The instructions include steps for adjusting the pattern for height differences if needed. 

Curvy Fit Size Chart Sewing Pattern by Ellie and Mac PDF sewing patterns - Best Sewing Patterns 

Fabric Recommendation:

This jacket is designed to be made using 4-way stretch fabrics.  Examples include, but are not limited to: Polyester blends, Bamboo french terry, and Cotton Lycra.




Long sleeve with cuffs

Kangaroo pockets

Turns into a cinch style bag

Zip front

No trim pattern pages for quick and easy assembly.

Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience. 

What's Included:

Pattern pieces for all parts

Projector File with Layers

Copy shop A0 file included for printing large scale

French & English Instructions

Fabric Requirements Chart

Size Chart

Tips and Notes


Table of contents

Pattern Piece Diagram

Printing Instructions

Supply List

Step-by-step instructions.  Each step has a color photo for visual aid.

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This pattern is copy written.

You may use this pattern to create and sell dresses of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.

You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.

You can not distribute this pattern to others.

You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.

I want you to love what you make and have fun making it.








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Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Christine Greenway
Matching jackets for daughter and granddaughter

I have made both the adult version and children’s version of this. However since I used sweatshirt material, which was quite thick, I omitted the inside pockets and the bag. I was very happy with the results and particularly pleased to learn the tip about inserting the zipper. My daughter and her ‘mini me’ daughter are very happy. Thanks for such a great pattern , you have encouraged me to get my sewing head back on. I’ve now also made them matching leggings, using Ellie and Mac patterns of course.

Handy and original

What a nice pattern. I have already made two of them with some help from your video.

Kayla Parker
So cool!

I followed the youtube tutorial, pausing and replaying several times to make sure I did the steps correctly. My daughter loves how it came out. I'm discovering all Ellie and Mac patterns so far are easy to follow, even though this one took awhile due to so many pieces and steps.

Dawn King
Such an awesome hoodie!!

I've gotten so many compliments on my Transformer Jacket. I just followed along the video tutorial on YouTube. It was not difficult to sew at all. I'm making some for my granddaughters for Christmas.

Sew DeKatd
Fun, but more practical for kids than adults

The bag pocket gets a little bulky, but it still fits great

Melisa Lichtenberg
Best jacket I ever wore

This jacket is the best jacket I ever wore. I modified the cuffs. Because I really like thumbhole cuffs. And lined the hoodie because I didn't like the look of the mid seam Without the lining. I also put a invisible zipper at my right wrist so I could easy see my smartwatch easily. Without removing my thumb from my cuff to see my watch.

Rebecca VanBibber
Such a fun jacket! You can do it!

Watching the video helped this newbie sew this up! The hardest part was picking what different fabric to use!

Enikő Laczkó-Rozs

I love it! ❤️

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