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  • Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)
  • Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)
  • Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)
  • Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)
  • Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)
  • Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)
  • Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)

Everyday Jacket Mini (PDF sewing pattern)

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The Everyday Jacket Mini is a unisex model inspired by the classic work jacket with a simple collar and large front pockets for small hands or treasures. The front is finished with a facing and closes with buttons and buttonholes. The fit is spacious with a straight hem on both the body and sleeves. The jacket is unlined.

This simple pattern can function as both a jacket and a shirt, depending on the choice of material.

The pattern is designed for woven fabrics in the medium-weight category, such as cotton types like flannel, canvas, denim and corduroy.

All you need to know

This is a digital file with all sizes nested. Your downloaded pattern is personal and can be used over and over. You'll receive all future updates regarding this pattern. The PDF pattern is delivered by email and can be printed on A4 paper at home.

Skill level: Confident beginner, level 2/5.

Estimated working hours: 6 hours

Pattern includes sizes 

1 yr (80-90cm)

2 yrs (90-100cm)

4 yrs (100-110cm)

6 yrs (110-120cm)

Pick size after length of the child and fold up legs or sleeves to begin with to make the garment work for a longer period of time.

Fabric needed (150 cm width): 1yr 74cm / 2yrs 81cm / 4yrs 88cm / 6yrs 96cm

Add 5-10% for shrinkage

You will also need: 4 buttons (15mm)

Suggested fabrics are mid weight fabrics.

The Everyday Set are simple everyday staples made to be worn again and again - all year. The patterns are designed to play a key role in the wardrobe, each model relevant - no matter the purpose of the day.

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