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Zephyr Jacket


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There are two ways to print these pattern pieces: First method: Print full-sized on a 24" x 36" printer, the kind found at a reprographic shop (blueprints),or Staples. Download the pattern pieces onto a flash (thumb) drive and take it to the print shop and have them print them on the 24" x 36"paper. Second method: The fragmented method, (Piece A, Piece B etc.) where you print each pattern piece on regular sheets of printer paper and tape the sections together. Instructions and materials list will also print on a regular printer. This design features a longer back that brushes just below the hipline, making it ideal to all figure types. The fluttering front pieces bring to mind Lake Tahoe Zephyr breezes. With only three pattern pieces, this jacket is a "breeze" to sew and fun to wear. RECOMMENDED FABRICS: Woven fabrics such as quilting cottons, and crisp silks are excellent for this jacket. Rayon, knits, and velvet would work also, but they will drape more softly on the body. YARDAGE: 42"- 45" Jacket Front A - Cut two on grainline. All sizes: 7/8 yard Jacket Back C - Cut one on fold. Sizes XS-2X: 1 yard. 3X & 4X need 54"-wide fabric, or piece more fabric to get the width needed: 1 yard Jacket Front B - Cut two on grainline. All sizes: 7/8 yard Jacket Front Facing B - Cut two on grainline: All sizes: 7/8 yard SIZE INFORMATION: Includes all sizes: XS/6 up to 4X/24 Full-sized pattern pieces included

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Designs by Heidi Emmett
Designs by Heidi Emmett
Hello, my name is Heidi Emmett. As a young girl it was simple Barbie clothes and fashion shows with blankets for gowns As a teenager I began a 25 year career in all things fabric. I have come full circle and feel blessed to be able to create patterns for clothing that are easy to sew and fun to wear. Quilt them, piece them, bead them, felt them; so many ideas and so little time! I long ago ran out of wall space for art, so now it is Art to Wear!