Modern Moto Jacket Pattern Adult

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The Modern Moto Jacket sewing pattern will have you receiving compliments at every turn!  The on-trend style is classy and chic.  This jacket sewing pattern will have you standing out in a crowd.  You will love this jacket!!
 

This is a PDF Sewing Pattern.  It is a digital download file that you will be able to access immediately after purchase.  For more info on what a PDF pattern is and how to use them, see my FAQ page.



Sizes:

This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes XXS - 5XL. 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.

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Fabric Recommendation:

This jacket is designed to be made using woven fabrics.  Suggested fabric types: med-heavy weight wovens for the exterior such as Jacquards, Cashmere, Wool blends, Wool, Tweed, Faux Leather, Suede, Mohair, Corduroy, Velveteen, etc.
Silk, Satin, etc. for the lining. The lining should be close to the same stretch percentage as the outer.

Features:

Side Zip Welt Pockets

Belt Option

Short and Standard Length Options

Off-center Zipper

 No trim pattern pages for quick assembly

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

This pattern is for intermediate sewists.  Confident beginners can achieve this pattern as well with the use of the sewing tutorial video and going slowly through the instructions.

What's Included:

Pattern pieces for all parts

Projector File with Layers

A0 Print Shop Pattern Pieces Option

Fabric Requirements Chart

Size Chart

Tips and Notes

Glossary

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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**Copyright**

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

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Kristen Will
Fantastic Estella (from the Cruella movie) costume!

There were a few points at which I wanted to throw this whole thing away, but the end result was beautiful. The only thing I struggled with was the language on the pattern pieces for lining/main fabric. There was a warning in the instructions, but I ended up with my lining showing (when unzipped) on the over bust lining pieces. My daughter ended up loving having the lining show, but it was a little frustrating in the moment.

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jonson linda
Very good pattern

This has been a very good pattern. Thank-you

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Alexandra Brioso
really cute

really cute jacket and not as difficult as I tought

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Kate Measures
A very straightforward pattern with a great result!

I loved making this jacket for my sister’s birthday. I’m hoping she likes it, but I adore it.

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Sheila Barnett
Its Curtains for the Moto Jacket....

This pattern looks like it is very complex but the instructions are very clear and easy to follow. They even tell you how to adjust your zip so it fits perfectly. However, you do need players and a strong hand to do this, but it is do-able I decided to make a toile out of some unwanted curtains, and was so pleased with the result that it is now my favourite jacket, and receives compliments every time I wear it. I will make this one again.

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