Introducing the 1949 Jacket Pattern by Pendleton!
This is based on our famous ’49er jacket, star of our women’s line debut in 1949. Read about it here: The Pendleton ’49er jacket
The joy of sewing your own jacket is that you can make all the changes you’d like to.
- Choose a plaid, a stripe or a solid wool – even a jacquard pattern!
- Add or omit pockets.
- Add a self-belt.
- Lengthen or shorten the body and sleeves.
- Use any buttons you’d like – maybe some special vintage buttons you’ve been saving for a project!
- Sew it up in cotton for summer wear.
The list is endless! So call and order yours today. We are so excited about this one! And click here to check out the wonderful wools we have available: Plaids and Apparel fabrics
- The 1949 jacket pattern has eleven pieces.
- Description: The Pendleton 1949 Jacket is based on the original Pendleton ’49er. It is an unstructured, unlined jacket with a straight hem. Button front has a French placket and peaked lapels. Flanged shoulders allow ease of movement. Long sleeves are finished with single-button rounded cuffs. Two open patch pockets can be cut on the bias, matched to grain, or omitted.
- Recommended fabrics:
- Pendleton Umatilla wool. Lightweight woven fabrics, including denim.
- Fabric needed:
- 60″ – bias pockets 2.5 yards, grain-matched pockets 2 yards.
- 45″ – bias pockets 3.5 yards, grain-matched pockets 3 yards.
- Small fits a size 4 to 6, Medium fits a size 8 to 10, Large fits a 12 to 14. Please call or email us for exact body measurements. Call to order: 503-535-5786
- Also, thanks to popular demand, this pattern is in development for Plus sizes!
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