digital sunday brunch jacket + a-line skirt sewing pattern

digital sunday brunch jacket + a-line skirt sewing pattern
Price: $13.95
Availability: In Stock
Brand: Oliver + S
Made By: Liesl + Co.
MPN: OS009SBD
Our Item: OLV-OS009SB
Average Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
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What’s on the menu? This children's sewing pattern for a girl’s double-breasted unlined jacket has band collar, gathered empire waist, and cuffed long sleeves. Optional bias trim to finish facing edge and seam allowances. The A-line skirt child's sewing pattern features front pockets and back kick pleat with elasticized back waistband.

 

digital sunday brunch jacket + a-line skirt sewing pattern
  • Digital Patterns

    This style is provided as a digital pattern. It may be printed on both home printers (using either 8 1/2" x 11" or A4 paper) and at service bureaus that handle 36" wide sheets. When you complete your order, you will be provided with a unique code to instantly download the pattern. See our digital product policy for full details.

    Description

    Girl's jacket and skirt. Double-breasted unlined jacket has band collar, gathered empire waist, and cuffed long sleeves. Optional bias trim to finish facing edge and seam allowances. A-line skirt with front pockets and back kick pleat with elasticized back waistband.

    Skills Used

    Each of our patterns calls on a unique set of sewing skills. Haven't ever done one of these things before? Don't worry. We'll walk you through it, step by step.

    After successfully sewing this pattern, you will have developed the following skills: bias binding, bias bound seams, buttonholes, collar, flat-set sleeves, front hip pocket, gathering, and kick pleats.

    Suggested Fabrics

    Light- to medium-weight woven fabrics like quilting cottons, broadcloth, linen, denim, chambray, seersucker, fine-wale corduroy, velvet or velveteen, wool gabardine or crepe.

    Notions

    Thread.
    Jacket: Four 5/8" buttons.
    Skirt: 1/2 yard 3/4" elastic.

    sunday brunch jacket + a-line skirt sewing pattern

    Fabric Guide (fabric width: 44"-45")

    size 6-12 M 12-18 M 18-24 M 2T 3T 4 5 6 7 8
    Jacket (View A) 1 yard 1 1/8 yards 1 1/4 yards 1 1/4 yards 1 3/8 yards 1 3/8 yards 1 1/2 yards 1 5/8 yards 1 5/8 yards 1 3/4 yards
    Jacket Bias Trim (Optional) 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard
    Jacket, Interfacing 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 5/8 yard 5/8 yard 5/8 yard 5/8 yard 5/8 yard
    Skirt (View B) 5/8 yard 5/8 yard 5/8 yard 5/8 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard

     

    Finished Measurements

    size 6-12 M 12-18 M 18-24 M 2T 3T 4 5 6 7 8
    Jacket Length 12 1/4" 12 3/4" 13 1/4" 14" 14 3/4" 15 1/2" 16 1/4" 17" 17 3/4" 18 1/2"
    Jacket Sleeve* 15 1/4" 15 5/8" 16 1/4" 16 5/8" 17 1/2quot; 19" 20 3/4" 22 1/2" 24 1/4" 26"
    Jacket Chest 22" 23" 24" 24 1/2" 25 1/2" 26 1/2" 26 1/2" 28 1/2" 29 1/2" 30 1/2"
    Skirt Length 6 1/2" 7" 7 1/2" 8" 8 1/2" 9" 9 1/2" 10" 10 1/2" 11"
    Skirt Hip 21" 22" 23" 23 1/2" 24 1/2" 25 1/2" 26 1/2" 27 1/2" 28 1/2" 29 1/2"

     

    *Sleeve measured from center back neck.

  • English System
    Size Chest
    (in)
    Waist
    (in)
    Hip
    (in)
    Height
    (in)
    Weight
    (lbs)
    6-12M 19 19 ½ 19 ½ 27-29 17-22
    12-18M 19 ¾ 20 ½ 20 ½ 29-31 22-27
    18-24M 20 ½ 21 21 31-33 27-30
    2T 21 21 22 33-36 30-33
    3T 21 ½ 21 23 36-39 33-36
    4 22 ½ 21 ½ 24 39-42 36-39
    5 23 ½ 22 25 ½ 42-45 39-44
    6 24 ½ 22 ½ 26 ½ 45-49 45-55
    7 25 ½ 23 27 ½ 49-52 56-64
    8 26 ½ 23 ½ 28 ½ 52-54 65-72

     

    Metric System
    Size Chest
    (cm)
    Waist
    (cm)
    Hip
    (cm)
    Height
    (cm)
    Weight
    (kg)
    6-12M 48 50 50 69-74 8-10
    12-18M 50 52 51 74-79 10-12
    18-24M 52 53 56 79-84 12-14
    2T 53 53 56 84-91 14-15
    3T 55 53 58 91-99 15-16
    4 57 55 61 99-107 16-18
    5 60 56 65 107-114 18-20
    6 62 57 67 114-124 20-25
    7 65 58 70 124-132 25-29
    8 67 60 72 132-137 29-33

     

  • Submit a review to share your thoughts with others.

    Average rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 (based on 3 reviews)

    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Love Sunday brunch jacket, 10/30/2014

    Reviewer: (Melilla, Spain)

    This is my favourite oliver And s pattern. I have sewn It last week and It is a really good pattern


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Like nothing I have sewn., 3/21/2014

    Reviewer: (Tintinara, SA, Australia)

    This was the second ever Oliver+S pattern I sewed. It just confirmed my love affair. I had never seen such an elegant but still entirely practical piece of children's clothing. Beautifully cut, I have made three sizes and all went together so nicely. I used corduroy, as they were to be smart play clothes, but I have seen many luscious wool versions as well as being lucky enough to receive a Sarvi hand-me-down in AMH velvet. Swoon. Some girls like to add some length to the jacket, but don't over do it! The jacket sits nicely at the hips. The skirt is just so ducky! The tiny size is tiny, if you use cloth nappies, size up, but oh so cute on a little fat bottom. The bigger size is perfect, my older girls wore the size 8 until 12 years of age (with added length). I think the smaller size jacket would also make a gorgeous Euro style boys jacket. I would put it on a bonnie wee lad. Enjoy the sewing experience. I know I did.


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Perfectly elegant little jacket. , 7/3/2013

    Reviewer:

    This is a very exciting jacket to make. The options for the partial lining give you a chance to use small amounts of brilliant fabrics and play with contrasting bias trim for some fantastic looks. The jacket fits very well and makes a very chic little suit for a girl. The instructions are what O+S is known for -- I have learned to sew wholly from these patterns with no other instruction -- but don't forget the gorgeous lines and fit. Do not be misled by the fact that these are offered as PDFs. These are NOT mere tutorials -- they are the same high quality, professional patterns with precise, full size pattern pieces as the paper patterns, presented in a print-at-home (or print at copy shop) format.


  • Determining Which Printing You Have

    As errata are discovered, they are marked for correction in subsequent printings of the pattern. To determine which printing of an instruction sheet or pattern sheet you have, look at the copyright box which appears on each. Toward the bottom of the box, there is a series of numbers. The lowest number you see there indicates which printing you have. For example, if the lowest number in the box on the instruction sheet is "2," you have an instruction sheet from the second printing. Any errors in the instructions mentioned for the first printing have been corrected in your version. If the lowest number in the box on the pattern sheet is "1," you have a copy of the pattern sheet from the first printing. Pattern sheets and instructions sheets can be printed separately, so be sure to check the errata notices for pattern pieces against the printing number on the pattern sheet and errata notices for instructions against the printing number on the instruction sheet.

    Errata

    The following errata notes apply only to the earlier printed version of this pattern. These errors have all been corrected in the current digital version.

    1. Skirt: Pattern piece #10, skirt waistband: for all infant sizes (6-12 months through 24 months), please add 3/4" to the back edge of the waistband. For all other sizes (size 2T through size 8), please add 1" to the back edge of the waistband.

    2. Jacket: Pattern piece #1, front yoke: for all sizes, shift the lefthand button and buttonhole markings 3/8" toward the center front.

    3. Please note the following change to the instructions. On page 2, 3rd column at the bottom step 6: Press the bias strip toward the seam allowances. Then re-fold the bias strip so that it wraps over the seam allowances to the facing's right side, and pin the strip's folded edge from the right side so that it covers the seam line you sewed in Step 5.