Join us for a Taylor Trench sew along and work your way through a Taylor with us!
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The Taylor: A Trench Coat Sew Along

Come join us for a trench coat sew along….  we will be working our way through the Taylor Trench Coat and we would love for you to join us!

If you’re new to sew alongs, you’re in for a treat! They’re so much fun you’ll want to do them ALL! I’ll be sewing two versions of the Taylor via video. One will be very plain following the easiest options (advanced beginner level). The other will be more complex with aaallllll the options and trimmings! You can either join in live, or save the videos to watch later.

Join us for a Taylor Trench sew along and work your way through a Taylor with us!Want to join in? Here’s what to do:

  1. Join our sew along group – RP Sew Alongs. This is where all the videos will be posted and you’ll get personal one-on-one support.
  2. Once you’re in the group, grab your discount code for the Taylor pattern from the announcement post.
  3. Print your pattern and prep your fabric.

If you already have the Taylor Trench Coat 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, there’s a discount code in the sew along group so you can grab it now and get ready!

Soooo what are you waiting for? Come join us!

STEP 1Join the RP Sew Alongs group

STEP 2 – Grab your pattern using the discount code in the group

STEP 3 – Print your pattern and prep your fabric!

Happy sewing along,
Rebecca XOXO



Join us for a Taylor Trench sew along and work your way through a Taylor with us!

About Rebecca

Hi, I'm Rebecca Page! Founder of, Mum of 3, wife and all round general happy person :) I love sewing and making all kinds of crafty things. Hope you enjoy the website and our patterns! Do pop by on our Facebook group or Instagram and show us what you're making! xoxo

21 thoughts on “The Taylor: A Trench Coat Sew Along

  1. ember Claire says:

    Excited to do this sew along!

  2. Gracie D Walkee says:

    Thanks for offering this!

  3. Iveta says:

    Yes, I am ready!looking forward to making a nice coat.

  4. Laura says:

    Is there a plus size pattern?

    1. Beverly says:

      Yes the Ladies patterns include sizes XXS to 5XL

    2. Xjus4mstx says:

      I see that the patterns go up to 5x so I would say yes.

  5. Christine O’Toole says:

    Hi Rebecca,
    Can you watch the video without having the pattern – is there a separate price for this.
    With thanks,

  6. Beverly Kepple says:

    Christine you can watch the videos, no charge, without buying the pattern

  7. Chris Chivers says:

    Is there a male version of the cost that can be done with the sew along?

    1. Beverly Kepple says:

      The Taylor Trench coat pattern is only available in ladies and children at the moment

  8. Jen Nunley says:

    Could you make this as a beginner?

    1. Beverly Kepple says:

      The pattern is marked for Intermediate to Advanced sewistas. If you are a beginner it does depend on how quickly you can pick things up and of course the sew-along shows you how to do each step.

      1. Terri says:

        I have sewn many quilt tops with my machine but am not too good with clothing. I am going to try this and we shall see how it goes. Thanks for the opportunity. I think videos will help me a lot!

  9. Sam Juggins says:

    How much fabric is required and what type?

    1. Beverly Kepple says:

      The fabric suggestions are on page 9 and the fabric requirements are on page 10 of the pattern.

  10. Wendy Casperson says:

    Looking forward to trying something new

  11. Kathy says:

    I want to join but I’m out of action for the awhile broke my wrist

  12. Keianne says:

    Do you do a sew along every month?

  13. Diane says:

    I have the pattern and the raincoat fabric but i bought jersey for the lining… then realised it said to use woven. do you think it will work or do I need to go back to the drawing board for a woven?

    1. Beverly Kepple says:

      The raincoat fabric will look perfect but I suggest you get a stable fabric for the lining as the jersey may stretch.

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