Coat pattern Pam / PDF pattern (A4, A3, A0 and US letter)


Curl up in a coat with a wide cut and a low armhole, roll up its pretty shawl collar close to your cheeks, slip your hands into its large pockets, that's the promise of the PAM coat. Available in maxi length for a very elegant androgynous look, or in a mid-thigh overcoat version under which you can slip a jacket or a small jacket, Pam is the coat that will follow you every season.

Sewing level: intermediate



Emilie and Amanda wear Pam in size 36, Julie in size 40 and Vanina in size 50.

- Fabric for a 140 cm width:
Long coat:
From 34 to 36: 2m90 and 170 cm of lining
From 38 to 40: 3m and 175 cm of lining
From 42 to 44: 3m10 and 190 cm of lining
From 46 to 48: 3m20 and 2m80 of lining
From 50 to 52: 3m30 and 3m10 of lining

Short coat :
From 34 to 36: 2m40 and 145 cm of lining
From 38 to 42 : 2m50 and 150 cm of lining
From 44 to 46 : 2m60 and 190 cm of lining
From 48 to 52: 2m70 and 255 cm of lining

- 2 buttons of about 20mm
- 130 cm length of iron-on (sold in 90 cm width)

Choice of fabric: asoft woolen fabric (avoid woolen fabrics such as pea coats or stiff ones), tweed, fake fur, in order to emphasize the shawl collar without overpowering the lower shoulders. Recommended fabric weight 300 to 550 g/m2.

PDF pattern to download and print at home, available in A4, A3, A0 and US letter size. The A4 sheet has 65 pages.

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