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Blazer Pattern Free

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This blazer pattern is for a sport-chic blazer.  The blazer is collarless with wide lapels that are included in the front pattern piece.  It is an excellent piece to have in your wardrobe and a great garment to transition into spring.

It is a pattern very easy to sew even for beginners.

 

Tweed fabrics are a great option for this piece.

 

The Blazer Pattern is available in European sizes 38, 42, & 46 (equivalent to US sizes 10, 14, & 18).

 

The blazer pattern was published in the French magazine Avantages. The blazer pattern download is available in Avantages website along with illustrated instructions. The page is in French but you can use the google translator to choose your language, just right click on the page and select Translate > English.

 

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There are six pattern pieces and 20 pages to print.  Seam allowances are NOT included in the pattern, please allow a 5/8″ seam allowance when cutting the pattern pieces.

You can print the pattern using a simple home printer. After printing, lay the pattern pieces on a large table or the floor and glue or tape the pieces together;  then cut out the individual pieces.

 

Materials Needed:

  • 1 3/4 yd (1.50 m) 60″ (1.40 m) wide
  • 1 1/2 yd (1.20 m) lining fabric
  • 1 yd (1 m) cord
  • 1 yd (1 m) elastic 1″ (3 cm) wide

Sewing Instructions:

Illustrated sewing instructions can be found in the Avantages magazine website.  The page is in French but can be translated to English (Right click on the page and Select Translate > English)

The picture used in this post is from the Avantages Magazine website.

Please share pictures if you sew this blazer, I’ll love to see what you are making.

Happy Sewing,

Anabelle

 

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  1. Rani S
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    the pattern so simple but elegant, i’ll try it! 🙂