Aug 5, - This ladies puffer vest pattern is fully lined, with an optional detachable hood and optional welt or zipper front pockets. Stylish and practical, a puffer vest will keep you warm on all your adventures! We love how the diamond quilting pattern on this vest takes its cue from. Lay the Outer Vest smooth and flat, right side down, on a clean surface. Lay the cut piece of Batting on top, lining up all edges. Finally. BLACK ZIPPER VEST There are loads the FileZilla site translation of the. Here's the situation: other similar identifiers. I can't download situation be avoided.
I made size small for a 33 inch bust and the bust is much too big. If you look at the size diagram you will see that the finished measurement is 43 inches for both bust and hip. Otherwise the vest is very nice and easy to make. Hi Purl……Awesome vest….
The link to the pattern is listed in the materials section. This is so cute! It would also be awesome as a jacket pattern. Please make this into a jacket. Thank you for your lovely comment! I am so glad you like the pattern, and I agree that this would make a great jacket! We will certainly keep this request in mind as we develop projects in the coming year! I can hardly wait to make this. Is there a better spot than another in the waist to lengthen?
Move the top pieces up about inches and place a new piece of pattern behind. Draw the lines to meet, making sure that that back and the front match. You can then cut out the fabric for the pattern using your new and improved pattern. This may mean that you need slightly more fabric depending on how long you make the vest. Could this be mad reversible? I think that would be great, but have concerned about the thickness under the needle, and any changes that could necessitate.
Please feel free to write in if you have any other questions! This is the only version of this vest available. We also have another sewn vest pattern that would work well for a man. The Quilted Wool Vest would work well for a man as there is less shaping in the neck but either could work well. From a very inexperienced novice. My apologises. I looked at the picture and the batting and inner fabric looked the same size as the outer fabric.
I really want to make it and from the comments it seems like other people have used a pattern to make. There is a printable template for this lovely vest! It is linked in the materials section above! There are NO measurements for anything but the sides and bottom! How can I cut this out without more measurements?? Thank you, Erica. Thanks for reaching out! While we do not have measurements for the pattern pieces, we do have pattern pieces that you will want to print up, cut out and assemble to cut out the pieces that you will need for this lovely vest.
Is this pattern still available. I downloaded it and it was only the instructions. I do see a pattern for the newer version of the quilted vest but, that one has a different neckline and I was most interested in this style. Thank you for the question. How would I go about adding sleeves to this pattern?
Hi G, Thanks for reaching out! That is an excellent idea! We unfortunately do not have a sleeve pattern to work with this vest, however you may be able to find a basic jacket or sleeve pattern online that you could easily adjust to fit in with this vest! Please let us know how this turns out! Happy crafting! Hi Ni, Thanks for reaching out! As you know the length of each piece of bias cut material for bias tape is determined by how many seams you want, short pieces a lot of seams, longer pieces the fewer seams.
Hope this is helpful and have fun making the vest. Would like to make this vest. Is this a pattern that I purchase? Thanks for your help. Hi Lynn, This pattern is available on the website here for free, and we also have a PDF version that you can access here! Warmly, Kelsey. Made this vest in a red linen using an old quilted blanket as both the filling and lining, and it looks so sharp! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
My Account Log Out. One Quilted Vest template, available for free download here , printed, prepared and cut out in the appropriate size. An 18 mm bias tape maker A walking foot for your sewing machine A Hera marker or fabric pen Curved safety pins. Seashell Lace Wrap. Palmetto Wrap. All About Gauge. Close Thank you for subscribing! Please check your email for the promotional code! May not be combined with other discounts.
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A little thinking it through and a little help from a blog post on the Mood Fabrics blog was confirmation For the purposes of this tutorial, the pattern pieces you will need are the Front and Back Liner of the Dutchie, as well as the waistband pieces, and the Collar or Hood if you'd like. I cut one set as the main, and one set as the liner. I also used the pocket and pocket method from the Duke, but you could just as well use the welt pocket method and placement from the Dutchie pattern if you don't own the Duke.
For materials, you will need to cut your pieces in main fabric, liner fabric, and then enough quilt batting to thicken the pattern up to your liking. Of course you'll need a sewing machine, thread, and some pins. I highly recommend sizing up in width only for this jacket to account for the batting.
I used two layers of thin batting and only sized up once. If using anything thicker or more than two layers, consider sizing up twice. To begin, decide on how you want to distribute your "quilt" lines. I settled on 2" spacing and started from the bottom, drawing the lines in tailors chalk. I also drew a line 1. I did not want to quilt lines on that side, as you'll see at the end.
Draw your lines on a mirrored set of the outer pieces and the back. You do not need to draw them on your front or back liners. Next, trim pieces of quilt batting that are larger than your outer pieces the ones with the quilt lines. Pin the fabric to your layers of bating. Keep pieces right side up , making sure the keep layers as smooth as possible. I highly recommend using a walking foot on this part. Starting from the side seam, stitch your lines, using as small a stitch as your machine can handle.
Make sure to backstitch at the beginning. I was able to sew mine with a 2. When you get to the center line, not the actual center of the bodice , backstitch and remove your work each time. Repeat the quilting process for your other front outer and your back piece. Trim the batting down to the same size as your outer.
On the waistband add-on pieces, place them on the same number of batting scraps as your bodice, and sew them around the outside edge. Trim batting down, afterward. Begin attaching your pockets, following the pattern instructions. To reduce bulk at the pocket welt, carefully trim away the excess batting around the seam. It is good practice to do this at any seam where there is batting involved.
Place your set of Liners Right Sides Together and pin or clip at shoulder seams. Sew, and repeat the same steps with the Outer pieces. Trim excess batting from seam. Sew that seam, and trim the excess batting from it. Insert the Collar or Hood, following the instructions from the pattern. Check to make sure it is done to your liking and that all raw edges are concealed before moving on. While the Outer and Liner are still Right Sides Together , pin or clip along the armscye, and sew together.
Snip the curves of the armscyes and trim the excess batting. This will make the curves very neat when you turn them right side out.
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