Come join us for a sew along! Over 10 days, we will be working our way through the Andie Anorak and we would love for you to join us via video. For beginners, I’d recommend sticking with a plain coat with no options. For those who are more adventurous or experienced, there’s lots of options to pick from!
The Andie Anorak is so much more than just a rain coat; with all the different options available the possibilities are endless. Yes, you could make it up in a waterproof fabric such as nylon or PUL, or you can make up a gorgeous winter coat in a warm and toasty woven fabric, or a light and breezy summer coat in a lovely linen. An a-line, loose-fitting, raglan-sleeved anorak sewing pattern, it’s stylish and practical. Options include a detachable hood, two lengths (jacket and coat), patch pockets, epaulettes, and sleeve buckles. This pattern is a modern take on a traditional classic, and something every wardrobe needs! Come rain or shine, the Andie Anorak has you and your kidlet covered.
If you already have the pattern, the sew along is totally free. You just have to print your pattern, and gather your fabric and supplies! If you don’t have your pattern yet, get it below…
Once you’ve got your pattern, pick your fabric and you are ready to get cutting & sewing.
FOLLOW THE SEW ALONG HERE:
- Day 1 – Prep and sleeve darts
- Day 2 – Tabs, hood belt, buckles, straps and loops
- Day 3 – Back pleat and yoke
- Day 4 – Pockets and front facing
- Day 5 – Sleeves and collar
- Day 6 – Constructing the lining
- Day 7 – Attaching the lining
- Day 8 – Hood
- Day 9 – Fastenings and finishing
Need any help or support? Ask all your questions to the community and our sewing experts in the RP Sew Alongs group on Facebook.
All finished? Come share your creations in the main Rebecca Page Sewing group!
2 – Print your pattern and prep your fabric!
3 – Follow the sew along steps above. Ask questions in the RP Sew Alongs group
4 – Share your creations in the Rebecca Page Sewing group!