It’s time to introduce some of our Den Jacket Testers! This group knocked it out of the park with their feedback and gorgeous jackets. Their input is such a valuable part of the development process, and we’re so grateful for all their help. Versions shared on social media, and RTW inspiration will be saved on
Looking for assistance fitting the Den Jacket? You’ve come to the right place! We have put this post together to cover the most common fitting adjustments you may need for the Den Jacket sewing pattern. Find fitting posts for each of our patterns in the fitting and custom adjustments library here. You can check out
Fabric selection is one of my favorite parts of the sewing process, and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing how each fabric changed the look and feel of the Den Jacket pattern. There are so many good jackets out there; we have rounded up ready-to-wear that we hope will inspire you. Check out our Den Pinterest board
THE DEN JACKET PATTERN IS HERE! We have a new outerwear pattern for you just in time to stay warm! With a name inspired by its cozy features, we are excited to introduce the Den Jacket Pattern. There’s so much to share with you, view options, style lines, fabric options, and fitting advice, so let’s
BASTE STITCH THE BELT LOOPS Pin the belt loops right sides together at the waistline. Line up the raw edge of the two loops with the center front pleats. One belt loop will be at the center back and the last two will be 1″ (2.5 cm) from the side seam towards the center back.
SEW INSEAMS With the right sides together, sew the inseams with a 3/8″ (1 cm) seam allowance. Finish the seams together and press towards the back. Repeat for the other side. SEW RISE Put one leg (right side out) inside the other leg (wrong side out), so the rise seams are right sides together. Pin