Hello Friends! I know we recently pronounced that cool weather sewing was done with and that collectively we’d emotionally moved on to sewing for warmer weather. Well, I’ve fallen into a rabbit hole of quilts, quilting and quilted garments and the warm weather can be damned!
Here’s 10 great quilted jacket PDF sewing patterns which were designed specifically with quilted fabrics in mind!
The Tamarack Jacket
The OG Tamarack from Grainline Studio is available in 2 size ranges (purchased separately) up to a 142cm (56″) bust and 149cm (59″) hip
The Tamarack features fancy welt pockets and View B has buttons up the front (and I presume a bit of extra length across the front to give them space).
Love a Chore Jacket?
I guess the Patchwork Chore Coat above could have been included with my roundup of chore jacket/workwear jacket sewing patterns.
The Hovea from Megan Nielsen comes with 2 size ranges (purchased separately) and the largest size is 152cm (60″) bust and 157cm (62″) hip.
The Hovea has multiple views with different neck treatments, pockets and lengths
Want outer layers?
If you want outer layer sewing patterns, but you don’t want to quilt then you might like
The Beachcomber from Laundry Basket Quilts has no easy to find info on their size chart but the picture was so quilt-y that I included it anyway!
The Easton from Seamwork is ‘free’ if you’re a Seamwork member and is available up to a 137cm (54″) bust and 147cm (58″) hip
This jacket has a shawl collar which I haven’t seen on other quilted jackets!
Snaps on your Jacket?
Although some quilted outers use regular buttons, quite a few seem to use snaps! If you’re thinking you’d like to get serious about adding snaps to your me-mades then you might want a snap press!
The Molly from Fibre Mood is available up to 146cm (57.5″) bust and 145cm (57″) hip.
Want to get printing?
Email your PDF pattern files through to firstname.lastname@example.org to get started. A0 printing is $6 per sheet and A4 from $.15 per page