Blue Sienna Maker Jacket (Sponsored Post)


Today I am back on the Minerva Blogger Network with a new project. After having lusted for the Sienna Maker Jacket from Closet Core Patterns for a while, it finally made it to the top of my sewing list. I had fun working with this pattern.

To break all that cobalt blue twill I chose to use in my jacket, I selected 9 black and white buttons I already had in my stash and for the back facing, I used a sewing themed leftover fabric. Unfortunately, I did not have enough for the sleeve pockets lining so I used some fat quarters instead.

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Sewing Summary:

Pattern: Sienna Maker Jacket* from Closet Core Patterns*- Sienna is a chic utility jacket inspired by vintage French workwear. Designed for hard-wearing use by makers and artists, it functions as both stylish outerwear and a highly practical layer for use inside the studio. With a slightly dropped shoulder, Sienna features a crisp notched collar which can be worn buttoned at the neck with an optional snap button. It is unlined and finished with durable seams. Views A & B feature deep hip pockets, a hidden breast pocket and waist-cinching belt with D ring closure that can be worn closed, or open by looping the belt in the opposite direction; View A hits at mid-thigh and View B ends at the upper thigh. View C is a short chore jacket with button closure, optional sleeve pockets and a back button placket.

Sizing: 0 – 20 all on one envelope

Fabric: view C only – 2m of 1.5 m wide blue cobalt cotton twill* and leftovers for the back facing and sleeve pocket lining

Notions: view C – 9 black and white buttons (I had in my stash), medium weight fusible interfacing, 13 cm twill tape for the hanging loop (optional).

If you want to find out more about this project please follow the link to my full post on Minerva’s blog here*.

Disclaimer: I was sent the supplies free of charge in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in the post are my own and not influenced in any way by Minerva and/or the manufacturers.

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