This is a PDF print-at-home version of the Ellsworth Coat pattern. Visit this listing for the printed version.
The Ellsworth Coat is a fully lined classic 1960's-inspired double breasted overcoat. The coat features elegant topstitching down the front, around the notched collar, down the center back, at the yoke seams, and on the sides of the deep patch pockets.
Side panels provide a comfortable and flattering fit with subtle curves. The set-in sleeves land at the wrist bone, and the coat hem extends to mid-thigh. The coat is designed with plenty of ease to wear over your favorite layer. Or choose to size it down for a closer fit. The choice is yours!
The Ellsworth Coat is filled with classic details, but is easy enough for advanced beginners or intermediate sewers, and is rated at "three spools" difficulty level. For advanced sewers, the coat provides a blank canvas for all kinds of hacks and upgrades.
The Ellsworth Coat pattern is sized from 0–18 and all sizes are included in the PDF.
Suggested coat fabrics: cotton canvas, linen canvas, medium weight denim, barkcloth, fine walk corduroy, lightweight wool, woven brocade, woven jacquard. Suggested lining fabrics: acetate, bombers rayon, silk & cotton blend, polyester, silk.
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You will receive 4 files with this purchase:
1: Christine Haynes Ellsworth Pattern-Instructions -
Instructions on how to sew the pattern, 18 pages, black ink only, 2.4MB.
2: Christine Haynes Ellsworth Pattern-Print at Home -
The pattern split into 63 pages (US Letter or A4), black ink only, 1.1MB.
3: Christine Haynes Ellsworth Pattern-Copy Shop US -
The pattern on a 32" x 145" page, black ink only, 1.6MB.
4: Christine Haynes Ellsworth Pattern-Copy Shop A0 -
The pattern on four A0 sized pages, black ink only, 5.5MB.
Need help printing and assembling a PDF sewing pattern? Learn how to do it in this video tutorial on our blog!
The pattern will be automatically sent to the email address used in placing the order, so be sure to enter your email correctly and to check your spam or junk mail folder if you do not see the email within a few minutes. If your email address domain is your place of business, note that many businesses have spam filters that will prevent the file from ever reaching your inbox. In this case, consider using your personal email account instead. You will have three downloads of the file to allow you to save it locally on your computer. Note that if you open it on a device that you cannot save and print from, these will count as downloads.
Prefer this as a printed pattern to be mailed to you? You can find that version here!