Taylor Sewing Pattern
$16.50 (or 1 credits)
This trench coat pattern is a wardrobe staple that will complete any outfit. There are two length options, three pocket options and an optional hood as well as optional detailing including front and back yokes, shoulder tabs, and belt. Different options are suitable for different sewing abilities but the end result is a rewarding, beautifully-finished coat.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes 1-10, 6C-15C.
- Two length options: mid-thigh and below knee
- Optional welt, patch, or no pocket
- Optional front and back yokes
- Optional shoulder tabs
- Optional belt
- Suitable for intermediate to advanced level
- Button detailing
- Fully lined
- 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
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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“The finish is high end couture. The pattern is worth every button, fabric and time. A winner of a pattern!”
Buy More Credits
Lisa Bond (verified owner) –
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 loved making it.
Carrie Wilson (verified owner) –
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!!
Jackie Henderson (verified owner) –
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!!
Anusha Krishnamurthy (verified owner) –
You will be on a permanent high when you finish this pattern. The pattern and instructions are bang on. The finish is high end couture. The pattern is worth every button, fabric and time. A winner of a pattern.
Zoe Lawson (verified owner) –
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.
Val Berkenpas (verified owner) –
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.
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!
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.
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!
Lim Boon Kuan –
Loved this pattern, though there were many times i wanted to hurl it out of the window. But that is because there are quite a couple of 1st time techniques for me in this pattern. Namely the welt pockets which were tricky. The slip stitching was fine but tedious. However i am very very glad that i completed it. And the result is absolutely worth every drop of sweat. its great drafting, I loved how every notch matched up and the final look AWESOME!
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.
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.
Rebecca Giasson (verified owner) –
Modified the pattern for a less it to be less curvy around the waist, loved it, thanks for the very detailed videos. I have to say that i made the coat twice. The first time, while measuring according to the suggested sizes, i was a small. Half way through, i realize the fit was too small, 2nd time around i did the large one, and love it!
Charlotte Booth (verified owner) –
The pattern is easy to use with very clear instructions, not for very new sewers but plenty of videos to help.