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Designing, Sewing, and Making Coats & Jackets

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I am so proud of Erika and Sara and their awesome, very cool, denim jackets they made.  They took their time, took pride in their work, and never tried a "short-cut" or "cheating" in their sewing.  They never complained when I gave them instructions, or said something had to be ripped out.  The both of them make me proud to be a sewing teacher!!! This is the first time they, made button holes, did a flat-felled seam, worked with a collar, and trimmed a garment in faux fur.


Heather made a fully lined winter coat.  The outer layer of the coat was made from a brown/tan/blue scroll print corduroy fabric. The trim around the cuffs and outside of the coat was made from tan fleece for warmth, and the coat was lined in a brown print cotton fabric.

Notice the top right photo which is the inside back lining of her coat.  If you look closely you will see extra fabric.  All lining on coats in the back require this extra fabric to give the coat room to move while you move.  Otherwise, if you move your arms up or foward, the seams will be stretched too far and rip.


This fleece coat was made by Jena, a mother of 5 from Georgia. This was her first attempt at sewing !!! Great job, Jenna!


    Here is a photo of Jacqueline, an advanced sewing student, who made this awesome denim fitted jacket using flat-felled seams and princess seams.  She added the final touch with a tan faux fur collar and brown button.


Jacqueline wanted to make the "Sinking Coat" from James Cameron's 1997 block buster hit movie, "Titanic." The original coat from the movie was made of light pink wool, however Jacqueline wanted to wear the coat year round so she made it from light pink corduroy. 

Her trim in the sleeves and collar was made from tedious cuttings of black lace fabric and applying them by appliqué. She designed the coat on paper first.

Wonderful job Jacqueline!!!!



Here is a coat that I made for me, but Jaqi kind of took it over.  It was made from fleece just like the coat above.  The outside that you see is an ultra-suede swirl print.  Fleece keeps you very warm and is a great fabric to make winter jackets and coats with. This coat is reversible.


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