Lined Wool Swing Jacket

This jacket takes a modern twist on historical fashion.

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Lined Wool Swing Jacket

By Katrin Vorbeck

This jacket is reminiscent of the glorious days of steam and industrial innovation. With a gentle Victorian-era pleated bustle, this jacket takes a modern twist on historical fashion with a lowered
waistline, a small collar, and slit sleeve cuffs. It is fully lined to give you the chance to add some flair to the inside.

Main: (shown: steel grey suiting,
100% wool) Allow extra fabric to
match checks or plaids.
In yards 45" 60"
XS 2 1 5/8
S 2 1/8 1 5/8
M 2 1/8 1 5/8
L 2¼ 1 7/8
XL 2¼ 1 7/8
Lining: lightweight cotton 45" wide
(shown: Westminster Fabrics,
Brassica by Phillip Jacobs)
XS-L: 1½ yd; XL: 1 5/8 yd

— Pattern:
— Center Front (A)
— Side Front (B)
— Side Back (C)
— Center Back (D)
— Pleat Insert (E)
— Front Sleeve (F)
— Back Sleeve (G)

— Center Front Facing (H)
— Side Front Facing (I)
— Side Back Facing (J)
— Center Back Facing (K)
— Front/Back Sleeve Facing (L)
— Center Front Lining (M)
— Side Front Lining (N)
— Side Back Lining (O)
— Center Back Lining (P)
— Front Sleeve Lining (Q)
— Back Sleeve Lining (R)
— Interfacing: ¾ yd of mediumto
lightweight fusible, woven
interfacing, 22" wide (NOTE:
Depending on your fabric, you may
choose to use a lightweight fusible
on all exterior pieces.)
— 3 sets of hooks and eyes
— Coordinating thread
— Tailor’s chalk or fabric-safe marker

Originally Published: Stitch, Fall 2013

SKU: EP9266

Author/Speaker/Editor: Katrin Vorbeck

File Type: PDF

Format: Pattern