Amsterdam Coat – Ladies’ All-Weather Coat Sewing Pattern

(20 customer reviews)

$12.50 (or 1 Credit)

  • Fully lined all-weather ladies’ coat pattern
  • Suitable for woven fabrics only
  • Perfect for intermediate to advanced sewistas
  • Option of military-style fabric button loops, or elastic button loops.
  • Optional shoulder yoke detail and sleeve tab.
  • Optional back belt.
  • Pattern pieces and full tutorial with step-by-step instructions
  • Ladies’ sizes XXS to 5XL
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Fully lined all-weather ladies coat. Make it from gorgeous heavy wools for a snug Winter coat. Use light-weight cottons or linens for a cute Spring/Fall coat… or even go for waterproof fabrics and make an any-season Raincoat! Super versatile and with all raw edges hidden, it’s as beautiful inside as it is out. This is the ladies version but it’s also available as a matching unisex child’s pattern so you can even do matching “Mommy and Me” coats! Get the child’s version here. Or get both as a bundle here and save.

Gallery – See images from Instagram below. Or view our full tester gallery on Facebook: Amsterdam Coat

Skill Level – Intermediate to advanced

Sizes – Pattern includes ladies’ sizes XXS to 5XL. See the size chart in the gallery above.


  • Military-style fabric button loops, or elastic button loops.
  • Optional shoulder yoke detail and sleeve tab.
  • Optional back belt.

Fabrics – This pattern is suitable for woven fabrics only. See the fabric requirements in the gallery above for yardage. A serger/ overlocker is optional but NOT required.

Format – This trim-free pattern is a downloadable PDF and comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want.

Support – Please join the Rebecca Page Sewing group should you require any assistance at any point throughout your RP sewing experience. This wonderful community of sewistas is friendly, knowledgeable, and always willing to help! It’s also just a happy place to be where you can share photos of your RP sews, enter giveaways, get sales information, and new-release updates.

Reviews (20)

20 reviews for Amsterdam Coat – Ladies’ All-Weather Coat Sewing Pattern

  1. Cindy Parrett (verified owner)

    Don’t be intimidated by all the pieces, just take it one step at a time and before you know, you have a super cute and “super amazing” (my daughters words) jacket.

  2. Alexis Waine (verified owner)

    It will make you feel like a pro.

  3. Allie Sharp (verified owner)

    Go slow, read pattern, get your head around it first and definitely make a muslin first. Give it a go, once mastered it’s just divinely gorgeous!

  4. Ellen Valarida (verified owner)

    This pattern is a timeless design that has an easy to follow tutorial with photos.

  5. Elsa Pomar (verified owner)

    Well-written tutorial, clear pictures.

  6. Jennifer Blackman (verified owner)

    It is a very cute coat, worth getting as long as you go slow and know that it will not be finished in one day.

  7. Jennifer Lichak (verified owner)

    This is a well written and complete pattern in how to construct a well-made coat. It truly feels and looks like a store bought coat when finished. All seams are hidden, fully lined and the princess seams really set this apart.

  8. Lillian Gonzales (verified owner)

    Go for it! It’s a great pattern and easily customizable.

  9. Rebekah Cowin (verified owner)

    Assembly goes quickly and if you are not yet confident with princess seams, you will be when you are done! Also, if the contrast pieces are not your style, skip then and you still have great lines for a pretty coat.

  10. Roxanne Deziel (verified owner)

    Very simple and clear. You get a good fit and not a too long project. I will recommend it for a first coat projet. The instruction and picture are very very clear. I LOVE IT!

  11. Tasha Gray (verified owner)

    It is a rewarding sew.

  12. Toni Hill (verified owner)

    Great pattern with excellent instructions and fit.

  13. Yulia Shikhova Korinnyi (verified owner)

    I loved the pattern, the fit of the finished coat was great and I plan to make at least 1-2 more for each season!

  14. Vivian

    This pattern is wonderful. The instructions and illustration are very clear and precise, but easy to follow along.
    I have used this coat all winter and I can’t wait to make some more in lighter fabrics for the cooler spring nights.

  15. An Staute (verified owner)

    I love this cosy coat! The fit is lovely as usual!

  16. Shaina O’Dell

    Very nice coat! Lots of optional details, clearly written instructions. Literally my favorite coat I’ve ever worn!

  17. Beth Barton (verified owner)

    What a confidence-building pattern! I took this on a little before I was ready for it (which is always the best time to do things), and as long as you read carefully and take it step-by-step, the results are gorgeous! For my next one, I’m definitely going to familiarize myself with a walking foot, but I love the results I got without it as well. Just remember, slow is smooth and smooth is fast, and don’t be afraid of the hand stitching!

  18. Heather Gratton (verified owner)

    Its well explained and magic happens when joining the inner and outer coats!! You do need to be prepared to spend time on this, lots of pieces to cut and sew but well worth the effort.

  19. Shaina O’Dell

    I absolutely love my amsterdam! It was very time consuming, but the end result was so worth it. Very professional with no raw edges exposed.

  20. Christine Shapiro (verified owner)

    One of my sewing goals for 2018 was to sew a coat. I chose the Amsterdam Coat because it would be a good sewing challenge that I wanted. I loved the princess seams, facings and full lining. I use a wool blend for the main outer fabric and floral and paisley peach skin for the lining. The directions and photos are very clear and thorough. I liked the tips along the way. There are some tricky parts, especially when it comes to setting in the sleeves. You just have to be sure you have the front sleeve facing the proper direction. The tutorial is very clear on how to check that. Overall it took abut 10 hours total and I learned a lot and am proud of my self for completing this self imposed challenge.

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