Category Archives: Jacket Drafting patterns

Drafting Fitted Jacket

Jacket with Kimono sleeve [style 5] 1) using the dress foundation as in style 1, trace front & back to waistline only; then extend the front dart up to the level of the side dart. make waist dart 1/2″ wider
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How to Draft the Box Coat

1) trace front and back of coat foundation; then shift side seam toward back, 1-1/2”. mark shoulder dart line; then continue center front line up as shown by dotted line. for shoulder dart, swing upper part of front to within
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How to Draft the Chesterfield Coat

draft of coat 1) using the coat foundation as a guide, trace front and back; then shift side seam toward back, 2” at top, and 2-1/2” at bottom. mark shoulder dart line; then continue center front line up a shown
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Drafting Jacket with Shawl Collar

Illustration shows jacket fastened with link buttons at waistline. collar has 1-1/4” stand at center back, and 1” stand at shoulder seam. upper collar and front facing are in one piece, with seam at center back. jacket is a 7
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Drafting Double Breasted Jacket

Sketches show the front  and side view of the jacket front and shoulder dart and waist dart fitting. back has a seam at center back and is in 4 sections. jacket has the regular notch collar use the jacket foundation
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Drafting Jacket with Notch Collar

jacket single breasted, with shoulder or neck dart fitting. waist darts from fitted waistline. jacket has a seam at center back and darts at back neck edge. the collar has a 1-1/4” stand at center back, and 1” stand at
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How to DRAFT the CARDIGAN JACKET

This style jacket is usually single breasted with a V-neck front. Some of the features of this style are as follows: Front shoulders tuck, 1-1/4” deep at armhole. Double waist dart in front below waistline. Shoulder dart in back Seam
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Drafting a Peplum Jacket

Illustration shows jacket with yoke and inverted pleat in back. 1) mark position for seam in front above breast point trace back; then draw new center back lines. make neck dart in back. reduce at waistline. 2) swing upper part
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How to Draft the Princess Coat

Draft of coat 1) using the coat foundation as a guide, divide front into two parts as follows: a to b – equals front shoulder a to c – equals half of shoulder c to d – draw straight line
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Drafting Jacket and Coat Foundation

Preliminary steps In order to make patterns for jackets or coats, a foundation must first he made for the front, back and sleeve. this can be accomplished quite simply by using the following steps: 1.draft the Fitted waist foundation 2.after completing the
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