Warm & Stylish: 5 Chic Coat Patterns to Sew

What items do you reach for over and over again in the winter? Coats, jackets, sweaters, cardigans — anything to keep you warm! While coats and jackets may seem more complicated than a top or skirt, outerwear really isn’t all that different, especially because many patterns provide detailed instructions for lining, interfacing and closures such as a zipper or buttons.

For your next winter sewing projects, try your hand at something extra warm — we’ve got just the patterns you need.

quilted wrap vest

Photo via Heidi Emmett

1. Off the Grid Vest

The Off the Grid Vest uses simple shapes to create a flattering, loose-fitting, reversible vest that can be worn many ways. This vest is long and lean and looks great on a variety of body types. Show off your quilting skills and use a variety of fabrics to create a unique look.

Red sewing workshop jacket kit

2. The Sewing Workshop Chicago Jacket Kit

What could be better on a cloudy day that a bright red jacket? The Sewing Workshop Chicago Jacket Kit is ideal to create a casual topper that’s just right to wear with jeans and a comfy knit tee. The kit includes the pattern and knit fabric in either red or navy.

Lark maxi sweater pattern

3. The Lark Cardigan

Have you sewn a sweater? Do you want to be on-trend with a maxi-length garment? You can have both with the Lark Cardigan pattern. Choose the cozy version with attached hood or try it with the collar. This pattern is very beginner friendly and includes instructions for sewing with knits on a regular sewing machine. 

Style Arc Marie jacket in blue

4. Style Arc Marie Jacket Kit

Winter means dressing in layers, and the Style Arc Marie Jacket works perfectly under a winter coat. The cowl neckline makes it cozy and comfortable. This kit includes the paper pattern and soft knit fabric to make your statement jacket featuring an off center zipper.

hooded coat pattern in wool tweed

Photo via Waffle Patterns

5. Hooded Coat – Peppernoot

For the ultimate warm winter coat, try the Peppernoot Hooded Coat pattern. This coat will have you looking sharp despite the low temperatures as it has a functional hood with an optional faux fur trim, a zipper closure and deep pockets to stash your mittens and hat. This pattern includes pieces and instructions for a full lining.

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16 Responses to “Warm & Stylish: 5 Chic Coat Patterns to Sew”
  1. Heidi Emmett
    Heidi Emmett

    Thank you to Craftsy for showing my OFF THE GRID VEST PATTERN. When Craftsy carried pdf/digital patterns my vest was offered there. Yes, this pattern is available in pdf/digital format via my Etsy shop/DesignsbyHeidiEmmett.

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    • Heidi Emmett
      Heidi Emmett

      Yes, It is available as a pdf/digital sewing pattern from my Etsy store: DesignsbyHeidiEmmett. $9.95 as a digital/pdf pattern

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    • Heidi Emmett
      Heidi Emmett

      Yes, a pdf/digital version of OFF THE GRID VEST pattern is available from my Etsy shop: DesignsbyHeidiEmmett It is only $9.95 for a digital version.

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    • Heidi Emmett
      Heidi Emmett

      Yes, OFF THE GRID VEST pattern IS available as a pdf/digital pattern. It is $9.95 and can be found at my Etsy shop: DesignsbyHeidiEmmett. Thank you so much all of you for your interest.

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      • Heidi Emmett
        Heidi Emmett

        Yes, Canadian customers no problem for a pdf/digital version of OFF THE GRID VEST pattern. Please visit my Etsy shop to purchase: DesignsbyHeidiEmmett $9.95 US as a pdf pattern ANYWHERE in the world!

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    • Heidi Emmett
      Heidi Emmett

      Hi Elaine, Thank you for your interest in OFF THE GRID VEST pattern! It is available at my Etsy shop: DesignsbyHeidiEmmett It is only $9.95 US for the pdf/digital format. Hugs, Heidi

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    • Heidi Emmett
      Heidi Emmett

      Hi Elaine, Yes, OFF THE GRID VEST PATTERN is available via my Etsy shop: DesignsbyHeidiEmmett. It is $9.95 for the digital/pdf version. Thank you for your interest and thank you Craftsy for showing it. Someday maybe Craftsy will offer patterns again. Hugs, Heidi

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