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Jill is an easy-to-sew, over-sized coatigan that can be made in chunky sweater knits and thick wool coatings. This pattern is perfect for sewers who want to try their hand at sewing their own outerwear, or for seasoned seamstresses looking to update their winter wardrobes.

Also pictured: Erica dress, Piedra dress

Seamwork Issue 37

Beginner Intermediate

Downloadable digital pattern

Our Misses patterns are drafted for a C cup and our Curvy patterns are drafted for DD. Both are drafted for a height of 5'8" (172 cm).

XS - 3XL

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All-purpose polyester thread, sewing machine needle. Op- tional: ball-point twin needle, 4 yards of hem tape and one hand-sewing needle.

Medium to heavyweight woven coating fabrics such as boiled wool, tweed, mohair, gabardine, and heavy sweater knits.

XS - 3XL

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