A classic style from Maison Fauve, the Pam Coat sewing pattern is more for the Advanced sewist.
Available in maxi length for an elegant androgynous look, or in a mid-thigh overcoat version under which you can slip a jacket. Perfect for all seasons.
With a wide cut and a low armhole, a pretty shawl collar can be worn rolled up close to your cheeks as you curl up in this warm stylish coat. The sleeves can be rolled up to show off a contrasting lining fabric. Large pockets on the front to slip your hands into.
- Fabric for a 140 cm width:
From 34 to 36: 2m90 and 170 cm lining
From 38 to 40: 3m and 175 cm lining
From 42 to 44: 3m10 and 190 cm lining
From 46 to 48: 3m20 and 2m80 lining
From 50 to 52: 3m30 and 3m10 lining
From 34 to 36: 2m40 and 145 cm lining
From 38 to 42: 2m50 and 150 cm lining
From 44 to 46: 2m60 and 190 cm lining
From 48 to 52: 2m70 and 255 cm lining
- 2 buttons of about 20mm
- 130cm length of 90cm width iron-on interfacing
A supple wool (avoid woollens such as caban or stiff), tweed, or fake fur, in order to highlight the shawl collar without overpowering the lower shoulders. Recommended fabric weight 300 to 550 g/m2.
Pattern sizes from 34 to 52.
Sewing margins of 1cm included.
The Pam Coat Sewing tutorial can be viewed here
(The video is in French. For other languages: in the YouTube video, enable Subtitles, then under 'Settings' you can select Auto-translate to the language of your choice).
ENGLISH TRANSLATION BOOKLET INCLUDED.
Only the sewing pattern is supplied - photos are for reference only for what the finished garment could look like.