BUNDLE – The Ultimate Coat Collection Sewing Patterns
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Add to your coat collection with these gorgeous sews! With the Kingston, Andie, Taylor, and Stella jacket and coat sewing patterns, this is the ultimate coat collection!
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes XXS-5XL for Andie and Stella, while the Kingston and Taylor include Women’s sizes 1-10 and Women’s Curvy sizes 6C-15C.
• Optional side seam pockets
• Optional front pockets with flaps
• Five sleeve options: long, half angel, trumpet, full bell and three-quarter bell sleeves
• Two length options: jacket and coat
• Optional epaulettes
• Optional patch pockets
• Optional sleeve buckles
• Two length options: mid-thigh and below knee
• Optional welt or patch pockets
• Optional front and back yokes
• Optional shoulder tabs
• Optional belt
• Optional welt pockets
• Optional shoulder pads
• Optional mock belt
• Advanced beginner
• Flat fell seams
• Raglan Sleeve
• Detachable Hood
• Advanced beginner
• Button detailing
• Fully Lined
• Funnel neck
• High-low skirt
• Packed with pro tips and expert advice
• Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
• Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
• Instant-download digital sewing pattern
Suitable for woven fabric only. Not suitable for stretch knit fabric.
You will also need:
• Thread to match
• Optional shoulder pads
• Optional buckles
• Optional cording
A serger or overlocker is optional but not required
- The lighter weight the fabric, the easier you will find it to manipulate and sew.
- The heavier the fabric, the more labor intensive the sew will be. Heavier fabric is generally thicker and harder to manipulate so it will take longer to press and pin. You also need to sew slower in order to not break your needles.
- For an advanced beginner or intermediate sewer, I would recommend any medium weight woven or denim.
- I would only recommend heavier weight fabrics and denims (ex. a traditional jean-weight denim such as 12-14 oz.) for more advanced sewers.
- Example - I made a long sleeve women's version for myself in a 14 oz. denim. It took me twice as long as a 2-3 years version I made for my daughter in a light weight cotton denim. My women's version was beautiful, I adore it, and it was worth every moment, but it was a labor of love for sure!
- Either 5/8 inch wide buttons or snaps.
- If using snaps, go for metal or heavy-duty snaps.
- You will need 6 for all Women's sizes.
- Add 2 additional buttons/snaps if doing the long sleeve version.
- Add 2 additional buttons/snaps if doing the optional waistband tabs.
- Add 2 additional buttons/snaps if doing the Front Pockets.
- Optional single fold 1/2 inch wide bias tape - If you are using a regular sewing machine, the bell sleeve, trumpet sleeve, and underarm seam can all be finished with bias tape. 3 yards for all Women's sizes will be more than sufficient. You will not need this if you are using a serger. You can use store-bought tape or see the cutting section for notes on making your own.
- Optional lining fabric for Collar lining and for Side Seam Pockets. The Side Seam Pockets are completely optional and require a light weight woven (e.g. cotton). The Collar lining can be cut either from the same as your main fabric or from a lighter weight lining fabric such as cotton. A 1/4 yard length will be more than sufficient for both Pockets and Collar.
- Optional Light Weight Interfacing - If you are going to embroider on the Collar Lining in Step 7, you may also wish to use interfacing on the back of your Collar Lining to give it strength. Prepare this during the Preparation Step.
- Thread to match. You may want to use specialty top stitching thread. This is usually a heavier weight and you may need more than you are used to as there is generally less on a spool. You will need 2-3 Spools.
- Sewing machine
- Pins or clips
- Tape measure or ruler
- Buttonhole Presser foot
- A hammer or mallet may also be helpful for attaching your buttons.
- If you are using heavy or denim fabric, you will also need a specialty needle (either a 'denim' needle or a heavy-duty needle such as the sizing '70/10 - 110/18'). Make sure you have several available. There is a lot of top stitching in this pattern and and if you are using denim or thicker fabric, it will blunt and be placed under pressure over the course of the sew. Sewing slowly over bulky sections will help reduce this, however, switching to a fresh needle part way through the sew can help make the sewing easier.
- If you are using heavy or denim fabric, you may also find using a 'clapper' helps. A tailor's clapper is a wooden tool which absorbs moisture from seams after pressing. It helps give a crisp edge and flattens seams too. When working with heavy fabrics such as traditional denim, this can help avoid broken needles and make sewing easier and more accurate.
How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. 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/ need.
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“Impressive pieces of clothing that definitely have the wow factor!”
Buy More Credits
Sarah Boses –
This is a beautifully done pattern for the classic denim jacket. It has the versatility to be dressed up as well. Fit is flattering and finishing touches are amazing!
Jackie Henderson –
What an excellent pattern to learn on! So many skills, step by step, to create a very detailed and stylish garment. I am prodigiously proud of myself for completing this pattern. Get it!
Adriana Benitez –
Rebecca Page has done it again! This denim jacket pattern made a daunting task easy to accomplish. The instructions are so well written and lots of pictures that I knew what to do the whole way through. A determined beginner would be able to successfully make this jacket. And the finishes look professional.
Sheila Hlushak –
Wow, I love the fit and style of this jacket. More pieces than most patterns but everything is designed perfectly. So many options with the add on that complete this jacket. Lots of hints and great pictures make the sew very rewarding and enjoyable.
Agnes Bobak –
It was an amazing experience to sew a denim jacket thanks! So good tutorial, giving the sewist lots of confidence.
An Staute –
I love how this is the one jacket pattern you’ll ever need for all the jeans jackets in your life! With the add on pack you can let your creativity flow and have fun with different types of fabrics and colors!
Katie Weatherly –
I’m so glad I tried this pattern. I love how my coat turned out.
Michelle Mason –
The most complicated pattern i have ever done but i love the final result and its so pretty.
Tiina Norrkniivilä –
A beautiful coat that certainly is different from many others! If you have the possibility to print it in A0 I’d definitely recommend that, as it’s a lot of pages to print and tape together before you get to draw, cut and sew. I’d also recommend to take advantage of the tutorial, because there are a lot of steps to take into consideration. But thanks to the tutorial, it’s quite easy to sew your own coat, even if you aren’t that experienced in sewing big pieces like this. The coat swallows several meters of fabric, so it can become very heavy with thicker fabrics, therefore I’d choose something a little bit lighter. You should also reserve enough time to work with it. All this being said, it’s an impressive piece of clothing that definitely has the wow-factor!
Carrie Wilson –
A unique coat with a steam punk vibe to it. All 3 welt pockets are too small for an adult hand. I feel the lining should be tacked up somewhere mid waist in the back to keep it from trying to sag past the hem line. This is a pattern designed for an advanced intermediate and above. However, it is well designed and a flattering fit, would make a good match for the high/low skirt/dresses.
Heather Luben –
A good pattern is well worth the time to master it. The Stella has a lot of fine technique details which I had to read through several times, watch some videos, read again, then fiddle with for a while, but in the end, it was worth the effort! I highly recommend a muslin as the pockets, sleeves and placket were all new techniques to me, and I consider myself to have a decent amount of experience. The end result is worth the time I spent, and I love how it turned out!
Rachael Oultram –
Beautiful pattern, hacked to have inseam pockets. I love how the lining is visable from the front in the high-low back.
Stephanie Carnovale –
This coat has such a sophisticated feel. I learnt some great new skills from the tutorial with this pattern. Instructions were easy to follow. My daughter loves her new coat, now to make one for me!
Rachel Ellis –
This is a beautiful coat. This is a detailed sew and not a quick make but well worth the time. I made mine from wool with a silk lining and it looks amazing I recommend getting this pattern printed in A0 format as it is a large pattern and I printed mine in A4 which was quite a task to stick together due to space needed
Sue Parrott –
I so appreciate when pattern designers take the time to make separate pattern pieces for the lining. This is a fun make!
Agnes Bobak –
It is a great model with quite clear tutorial but you szrely have to be very brave or very experienced to make this. Vut this is worth the work. I am so happy now! This is my biggest sew till now 🙂
Tiffany Amos –
This pattern really challenge me to try new techniques and grow ! Thank you so much ! I love the outcome .
Nat Laskey –
A beautiful coat. Pattern is well written with extra tips and explanations to walk the more adventurous beginner sewists through, making it accessible to a wider range of skills.
Erin Rudrum –
This is my first time making such a structured coat. I would definitely suggest making a muslin first. I do love the look although I can’t quite get the placket to stay flat unfortunately
Kirsty Bucholz –
The Stella is an amazing coat, with options for pocket. So easy to put together as long as you read the instructions. Can’t wait to wear it.
Carol Otwell –
This is a great pattern for a nice sophisticated coat! It has just the right amount of hug and gives off an elegant feel!
Nadia Cadby –
Detailed pattern, not for the faint hearted or those intimidated by many, many fabric pieces. That said, I am delighted with my Stella coat, love it and so does my wonderful OH.
Anusha Krishnamurthy –
A fabulous and fashionable pattern , well written with lots of photo instructions.
Becky Jones –
It is a beautiful pattern and a gorgeous outcome. I used wool for the shell and brocade for the lining. I made the Taylor Trench and this was easier. The most complicated part was the placket, oddly enough. I’d make it again.
Luana Furlanetto –
Sewing this pattern has been a big challenge. It was my first time sewing a coat, and I did learn a lot. The results pays off all the effort I put in this project, I already received a lot of compliments for my new coat!
An Staute –
This is the most challenging sew I have ever done. Took me quite a while to finish, but omg the result <3. the instructions are like a whole sewing book. i've learned so so much from this!
Carrie Wilson –
This pattern is not near as complicated as it looks. It was so much fun to watch come together and you can’t help but be proud of the result! It will definitely get compliments!!
Beth Woodhauson –
I love this coat!!!! It’s looks so impressive and the instructions are great. I enjoyed taking my time and getting my finishes just right at each step.
Jackie Henderson –
This was a big pattern! Not horribly hard (Thanks to the excellent turotial!!) but there is a lot to it. The little options look like a lot of work, but they really aren’t considering how much they add to the look. I am glad that I made this, even though it scared me. I am getting “Wows” all around and my kids are wanting their own! (Not till after Christmas sewing!!!) Go ahead! Give it a try!!
Meg Fleshman –
While lengthy, this was a very satisfying sew. I appreciate the clarity of the instructions that help the maker stay organized with the many pattern pieces and the steps are broken down nicely to assemble this coat one step at time. The coat came together well even with personalized alterations made to account for narrow shoulders, shorter arms and torso. I like the classic trench vibe and am happy to have this in my outerwear wardrobe.
Val Berkenpas –
I really enjoyed putting this together. I did a small full bust adjustment and used wool so it was a bit heavier than the pattern suggested but it still worked great. The instructions and on line video tutorials helped a lot. I would prefer that the pattern instructions refer to the pattern piece by number rather than name so I can be certain I am using the correct piece. Especially in a pettern like this where you have fabric, facing and lining pieces. But it all went together beautifully and I am already working on a second version.
Zoe Lawson –
The Taylor trench is my favourite coat at the moment. I confess that I was a bit scared of all the pattern pieces and of the welt pockets, but it couldn’t have been easier. The pattern itself is pretty straight forward and instructions are very detailed. I love how this coat can be made with different fabrics for completely different looks. I made mine with shank buttons and some added decorative stitches in the neck and belt. It’s a must pattern in any pattern stash.
Lisa Lazenby –
I have several little girls in my life that have 18″ dolls and I love that Rebecca Page makes so many patterns that I can make for both the girls and their dolls! This trench is a great addition to the dolly wardrobe. There are a lot of special details such as vents and buckles that you can choose to use or omit. It’s a lovely pattern!
Lisa Bond –
Firstly can I say if you are unsure whether you can manage this pattern, the instructions are so well laid out you will be able to do it. Never did I think I could complete something as difficult or challenging as this, but boy I have loved making it. If I can give one bit of advice it is to take not slowly and not rush this pattern. I have loved learning new techniques and cannot wait to make another one. The size was spot on for me, and I’m only 5 foot tall. I made my trench in a scuba fabric and lined with a silky cream lining. Next time I will attempt the trench with a heavier wool fabric for the winter months
Jennie Lindstrom –
The Taylor Trench is an amazing pattern, full of the details that will make you coat look professional. While this is not a fast sew, it is completely worth it! I love my new Taylor Trench!
Anusha Krishnamurthy –
You will be on a permanent high when you finish this pattern . Like all your patterns , the instructions are bang on . The finish is high end couture. The pattern is worth every button , fabric and time . A winner of a pattern
Anusha Krishnamurthy –
A class above its own ..! The instructions are top notch , fitting is bang on . It looks intimidating with the number of pages to tape , the fabric , the buttons . But its oh so worth it . A winner of a pattern . A wardrobe staple .