A quilted jacket is such a satisfying project, because you really get to work with your textiles and learn some impressive sewing skills. The Easton jacket features an oversized fit and dropped shoulders with a shawl collar and snap closures on the center front. In addition to learning how to quilt the outer fabric, you’ll learn how to line the jacket and finish the collar and hems with bias binding.
For the outer fabric, experiment with chambray, poplin, quilting cotton, denim, twill, and linen. For the inside, shirting and lawn also work. Go monochromatic with matching shades, pair denim on the outside with a pop of printed lawn on the inside, or experiment with texture or color blocking when you quilt your fabric.
We want to help you achieve the best fit possible so you can sew garments you truly love. That is why we create fit guides for every pattern. Our fit guides are designed to help you better understand the fit and details of each pattern. Use fit guides in conjunction with the finished measurement chart to better understand the ease and intended fit of each pattern.
A quilted jacket is such a satisfying project, because you really get to work with your textiles and learn some impressive sewing skills. In the end, you’ll have a garment you’ll want to wear forever, because it will never go out of style.