Wrap quilted jacket pattern – COQUILLAGE
Coquillage is the ideal wrap jacket pattern for the transitional season. Designed as a real cozy enveloppe (coquillage means shell in French), the pattern is perfect for quilted fabrics. Choose a pre-quilted fabric, or quilt it yourself for a totally unique jacket. The pattern offers four versions but with two possible necklines, two lengths, an optional elasticated waist, and 3 different types of pockets, there are many combinations. Indeed you have the choice between patched pockets (two possible styles) and single welt pockets, depending on your preference and/or level.
This PDF pattern includes:
- the A4 pattern (25 pages);
- the US letter pattern (25 pages);
- the A0 pattern (2 pages);
- a step by step instructions guide with detailed illustrations (12 pages).
All PDFs allow you to print the size(s) you need thanks to the layer functionality in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Coquillage is an intermediate level pattern. It offers bias binding finishes inside and out and different types of pockets for all levels (welt pockets are more advanced than patched pockets). The pattern also explains how to quilt your own fabric to make a completely personalised jacket.
A glossary is available: www.camimade.com/glossary.
Measurements table (cm inches)
Height: 1.65m / 5’5”
Finished garment measurements (cm inches)
*Length between the shoulder and the bottom of the jacket
Bust 84cm (33″) – Waist 69cm (26 ¾”) – hips 92cm (35 ⅞“) – 1.58m tall (5’2”). I made all the samples in size B. The patchwork sample is slightly bigger on the front panels (this was the first version of the pattern).
Suggested fabrics (m yards)
This pattern is ideal for quilted fabrics. Choose a fabric that is already quilted or quilt your own fabric for a totally unique jacket.
If your choose to quilt your own fabric, you will need the following fabric lengths for each layers of the quilt (top fabric, wadding/batting and lining).
Samples shown in the pictures
I sewed the navy blue long jacket (view C) in a lined jacquard fabric (that looks quilted) from Merchant & Mills. I made the purple jacket (view A) in a quilted fabric “Thelma Thermal Quilt” from Mind The Maker. For the patchwork jacket (view A with welt pockets), I sewed the patchwork using only fabric scraps, and quilted it myself with a cotton lining and a 100% cotton wadding.
- – If you make your own quilted fabric: cotton or polycotton wadding (batting) and recommended walking foot for your sewing machine
- – For view C: flat elastic 1-2 cm / 3/8” – 3/4” wide x your waist measurement + 30 cm / 12” long
- – If you make welt pockets: interfacing in the same weight as the welt fabric
- – 2.5 cm / 1” wide precut bias tape (5 cm / 2” unfolded)
- – Or if you make your own bias tape: additional fabric and recommended bias maker
Required bias lengths (m yds)
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