Oh my goodness; you have to see Winterthur! The features are wonderful and look so professionally done! Utility Jackets have been all the rage this year, so you’ll be right on trend with this pattern. The pattern is labeled Difficult, but with the thorough step by step instructions by Itch-to-Stitch, even a less experienced seamstress with courage could sew Winterthur without problems!
Here are the details:
- Options for cup sizes
- Options for collar and three-piece hood
- Fully lined
- Front princess seams to shoulders
- Back yoke
- Cinched waist by drawstring on the inside
- Front patch and optional chest pockets
- Front zipper with buttoned flap
- Two-piece long sleeve with adjustable buttoned sleeve hem
- Designed for non-stretch woven fabric
- Sizes 00-40
A variety of woven fabrics can be used for Winterthur. After searching my stash, I walked down to our local antique (and more) store. I found a few yards of this cotton duck for $3! The plaid lining did come from stash, having been there for many years. With such savings on making my jacket, I just had to enter it into the Bargainista Fashionista Contest on Pattern Review. Come on over and vote if you like my version of Winterthur! Here is the voting page with the sage green utility jacket as my first pic (per the rules). P.S. You must log in to Pattern Review to vote.
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