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35: to make the binding fold the fabric at a 45 degree angle to get the bias so it is stretchy.

to make the binding fold the fabric at a 45 degree angle to get the bias so it is stretchy.

40: strength - it is equally cut and is stretchy which means it was cut at the right angle.

strength - it is equally cut and is stretchy which means it was cut at the right angle.

15: I then placed the pattern on top and cut along my new line.

I then placed the pattern on top and cut along my new line.

30: place the right side to right side of my back lining and facing and sew with a cm seam allowance

place the right side to right side of my back lining and facing and sew with a cm seam allowance

14: I decided to make them blend so I came off the centre back at a 90 degree angle to it wouldn't effect the pleat then blended it to meet the front.

I decided to make them blend so I came off the centre back at a 90 degree angle to it wouldn't effect the pleat then blended it to meet the front.

24: next I sewed the yoke lining to the neck facing.

next I sewed the yoke lining to the neck facing.

37: draw a line parallel from the fold 6cm away with tailors chalk.

draw a line parallel from the fold away with tailors chalk.

1: lay out my patterns for, my jacket and facings, make sure the grainlines are going the same way

lay out my patterns for, my jacket and facings, make sure the grainlines are going the same way

12: placing the right sides together sew the yoke and the pleat together with a 1cm seam allowance

placing the right sides together sew the yoke and the pleat together with a seam allowance

13: Weakness - due to a mistake in my patterns my jacket front was 7 1/2 inches shorter than the back.

Weakness - due to a mistake in my patterns my jacket front was 7 inches shorter than the back.

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