Ruffle jacket PDF sewing pattern
PDF pattern for you to sew our ruffle jacket at home yourself
This is the pdf sewing pattern for our ruffle jacket. The ruffle jacket has a voluminous shape with gathering detail at the waist and arms. It has a simple neck trim with ties at the front. The jacket finishes at the hips and the wrists.
The ruffle jacket PDF sewing pattern is for intermediate sewers with some experience using a sewing machine and constructing garments. It includes topstitching, darts and gathers.
The ruffle jacket pattern is instant PDF download that you print at home. The file contains the pattern for sizes 6-24 (see size chart in image and in ‘Size & fit’ section below) and detailed step-by-step instructions on how to print the pattern on A4 or A0 paper, lay out the pattern, cut the fabric and sew the jacket. It also includes a glossary, a detailed size guide and information on how you can alter the jacket and arm lengths for your preference.
This pattern is not for commercial use. It is not to be resold, duplicated or shared and it is for your personal use only. Items made using this pattern are also only for your personal use and must not be sold.
With this purchase you will be able to download the files up to 5 times over 30 days so please do so within this time period.
You will need
- Sewing machine
- A4 paper with printer
- Woven fabric (this jacket suits most woven fabrics such as cotton, hemp, wool, linen or tencel. Twills and denims work best for a structured look. Check out the links on our sustainable fabric directory for shops that sell sustainable options):
This pattern requires fabric of 140cm wide or more. When ordering fabric, make sure you order enough to account for shrinkage (most fabrics need to be shrunk via washing before being cut):
|150cm wide||1.8M (1.9M*)||2M (2.1M*)||2.1M (2.2M*)|
|140cm wide||1.8M (1.9M*)||2.1M (2.2M*)||2.1M (2.2M*)|
*including 5% extra for shrinkage. Some fabrics may shrink more than 5%. Please check your fabric supplier for information specific to the fabric you are using. If in doubt, buy a little more- you can always make yourself a matching scrunchie!
Make sure your printer is aligned before printing. Open the pdf pattern and select the layer corresponding to your size, deselecting the other sizes. Print the pattern with no scaling (this may be listed as ‘actual size’ or ‘100%’). There is a 1cm test square on page 1 that you can measure with. a ruler to check that you have printed it out correctly. After printing, lay out the pages referring to the codes in the pink circles (numbers refer to rows and letters to columns), butting the edges up together (do not overlap or cut). Stick the pages together using tape.
Size & fit
This pattern includes sizes 6-24 (please view our size chart for full details). Please let us know if you are waiting for further sizes of this pattern.
We always recommend making a mock-up of the jacket in inexpensive fabric to check fit before making it in your final fabric.
Finished garment measurement chart
|Jacket drop||Jacket width (underarm to underarm)||Sleeve length (from shoulder)|
Lengthening or shortening the arms or body patterns can be done at the horizontal lines marked on each pattern piece. Jacket width is measured from one underarm to the other.
Delivery & returns
This product is a PDF and so will be available to download instantly. Printing instructions are included.
Due to the nature of the download, returns are not possible. If you encounter any issues, please contact us.