DIY sewing hooded jacket | FREE pattern ep15 | Zoe DIY



DIY sewing hooded jacket 
FREE pattern ep15 | Zoe DIY
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Materials you will need:
    Fabric: khaki, denim... about 1.5-2 m
                 Zipper 60-80cm, cord 1.5m
Marker
Coordinating thread
Universal ball point sewing needle
Pins
Sewing machine
Download and print the pattern, piece together then trace the pattern pieces and cut out( go down and watch videos to know exactly). Re-measure the neck, shoulders, chest, waist, hips and the length of the sewing pattern to match your body, making sure you have finished before cutting on the fabric.

Sewing guidelines: use 1.2cm seam allowance. seam allowances are included in the pattern pieces
Press all seams. Finish all exposed seams by serging, sewing with a zig zag stitch or trimming with pinking shears to prevent fraying.


Prewash and dry your fabric


Assembly all step to sew   https://goo.gl/RQjknV
Step 1:  With right sides together (RST) sew the left and right front to the back yoke at the shoulder seams. p1

 p1

Step 2: With RST Sew hood pieces together along the back curved edge p2
p2
Step 3: With RST align the back hood seam with the center back of the jacket. Sew together across the entire neckline. Trim the seam allowance to 1/4".p3
p3
Step 4 : With RST sew the sleeves into the arm openings. The placket should be on the back half of the jacket p4. and Topstitch the seam allowance to the jacket

p4
Step 5: With RST sew up the sleeve inseam and jacket side seam. p5
p5
*Tip: Now is a great time to try the jacket on and adjust if you prefer a slimmer fit. It's also a good time to check the length.

Step 6:
Thread the cording through the center of jacket (at the waist position) and strap with a safety pin. Trim to the desired length, topstitch two long sides and knot the ends.


Step 7: 


Adds Zipper at the center the front and facing. Place the zipper face down (with the teeth toward the fabric) over the zipper facing, with the zipper ribbon touching the front seam. Sew ¼’’ from the center front edge along the entire front placket and hood opening. The zipper end should arrive just above the dot mark. Stitch the left side of the zipper ribbon to the fly facing.
 p6
Step 8: 
Sew a basting stitch ½’’ from the bottom edges of the jacket. Press the bottom  edges up just below your basting stitch.
 p7
Step 9: Lastly, add ealstic at the bottom of sleeve... 
 First fold and iron down the top edge by 3/8″ (1 cm), towards the inside, then again by a larger amount. This second amount depends on how wide your elastic is. I am using 3/4″ (2 cm) wide non-roll elastic for this jacket. Add 1/4″ (0.5 cm) to the elastic width, which brings me to 1″ (2.5 cm)
Pin around the folded top, leaving a space about 2″ (5 cm) open. You need to calculate the seam allowance according to the elastic width. Add 1/8″ (0.25 cm) to the elastic width, which means for me a 7/8″ (2.25 cm) seam allowance.
Start sewing from the second set of double pins, going all the way around to the first set of double pins. Remember to backstitch at the beginning and end.
Stick a large safety pin into one end of the elastic and slip it through the opening in the casing. (bottom)

We are done!


 #zoediy, #jackets, #hoodedjackets
  #zoediy, #jackets, #hoodedjackets
  #zoediy, #jackets, #hoodedjackets

#zoediy, #jackets, #hoodedjackets

Choosing your size: measure your bust, waist and hip and choose the corresponding size from the box size (XS-XXL)

Chart size (inch)
Chart size ( cm )
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