The Sylvan Jacket bundle will only be available for limited time and we don't plan to restock at this time. Once they are gone they are gone. The fabric in the bundle has been discounted 15% from the regular retail price.
The newest release from Sew Liberated the Sylvan Jacket! The Sylvan Jacket is a Sew Liberated's take on the classic Chore coat. With a shawl collar and chose your own adventure pocket extravaganza you're sure to love sewing this new wardrobe staple.
Our Sylvan Jacket Bundle comes with all the fabric and notions you need to sew the jacket in either length.
- enough Porter Heavy Organic Cotton to sew the jacket in your size (you choose your yardage based on need and size)
- 2 x 100M spools of Gutermann coordinating thread
- 1.3 yards of Pellon SF568 lightweight fusible interfacing
- 5 or 9 3/4" Horn Buttons, depending on which length you are sewing
- a fresh needle for your sewing machine
*Please note that the Sylvan Jacket pattern is a separate purchase from Sew Liberated. You will need to purchase the PDF pattern from them in order to sew the jacket.
If you want the large format printed A0 pattern pages for the Sylvan Jacket, you will find the pattern printing option here.
The Sylvan Jacket comes in sizes 0-34. You can find detailed information on sizing, fabric requirements and finished garment measurements here.
The Sylvan Jacket is a midweight jacket that features an absolute abundance of pockets. If you’ve ever wanted that perfectly customized jacket that has just the right combination of pockets, or you’ve been wanting to try some new pocket making skills, this is the jacket for you. With a fabulously easy fit that layers gorgeously with your hand knits and sweaters, you’ll be able to feel mobile and stylish in the face-framing shawl collar. Optional button tabs at the wrists and waist allow for a versatile fit.
We chose our Porter Organic Heavyweight Cotton for the Sylvan. Porter is a 7.7 oz/sq yard, making this a perfect mid weight for layering.
Our Sewing Experience:
Jessamy was part of the testing for the Sylvan Jacket. She chose to sew the regular length and opted not to add any of the button tabs. Jessamy used the rounded main pocket layered over the tiny pocket. And of course added the snack/phone pocket, because you always need a place for your phone, or snacks!
Jessamy chose to leave the jacket unlined, but the main body can be underlined for additional warmth (or just for the chance to use a playful lining!) while the facing edges keep construction simple and workwear-level durable. Jessamy used slightly larger horn buttons (5/16"), but the bundle includes 3/4" buttons as recommended in the pattern.