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HP 1118 Metropolitan Agostini Moto Jacket

Price:
$17.95
Weight:
0.75 LBS
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Product Description

Get your motor running with this supercool piece, designed for medium-weight fabrics with a little drape, like washed linen, denim, cotton jacquard, heavy rayon, stable double knits, real or faux suede or leather or a heavy crepe.

Semi-fitted hip-length Jacket has panel seams, back yoke and a band collar with tab fastening. Jacket features zippered welt pockets at the hip plus an adjustable drawstring back for superior fit. 2-piece sleeves finish with zippered openings; the jacket closes with a front zipper with fly. Optional topstitching and lining make this fabulous style truly versatile.

This gorgeous jacket adds a little tough-girl glamour to your HotPatterns wardrobe and you'll be wearing it with all your favorites-try it worn with a simple fitted T-shirt or classic trim shirt, and add a slouchy pant, a chic pencil skirt or your go-to jeans and you've got a totally cool everyday look... or wear it with a pretty, retro-inspired dress or super-feminine full skirt for an eye-catching modern outfit.

 

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For sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16 you"ll need around 2 1/4 yards /2.06m fabric, plus the same amount in lining.
For sizes 18-20-22-24-26 you"ll need around 2 ½ yards/2.28m fabric, plus the same amount in lining.


You"ll also need 2 X 1"/2.5cm 'D' rings, 1/4 yard/23 cm of 1"/2.5 cm wide elastic, 4 x 7"/18cm zippers, and one 18"/ 45cm long zipper-we like a double ended one but you can use a classic separating zipper too. Don"t forget 1 yard/93cm of fusible interfacing, one pair of ½"/1.25cm shoulder pads, plus self-colored or contrast topstitching thread.


All fabric amounts are for 60"/150cm wide fabric.


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Product Reviews

  1. Jacket Great! Directions So-So

    Posted by Gail Boyle on 15th Nov 2013

    I love the jacket. It is well designed and it fit without much alteration. But the markings are minimal and the directions are not clear, paticularly the sleeves. I did make a muslin and boy was I glad! The finished product was worth it. This is best for really experienced sewers.


  2. Cool to wear

    Posted by Christine on 25th Nov 2011

    This was challenging to make but mostly because I am more of an novice. I am totally pleased with it and intend to make at least one more.

    It is especially yummy with a slightly full skirt


  3. Have a go you will love this pattern

    Posted by Carolyn on 17th Aug 2011

    I took my time and made this jacket over 3 days. The result is great and I love the fit.Now I know that the patterns suggest making a test muslin but honestly who has time for that, however next time I make the jacket I will make it slighty longer. I will definitely be using this pattern again and it is set to become one of my fav's