The Morris Blazer is the perfect mix of casual and cool. It will quickly become the go-to garment to complete any outfit. With a mixture of drape and structure, bracelet length sleeves, and gentle shawl collar, it looks great dressed up or down. It works up well in fabrics with stretch, making it comfortable on top of everything else!
Techniques involved include sewing a straight seam, setting sleeves, sewing a shawl collar, facings, and topstitching.
Fabric & Notions
Medium weight woven fabrics with a bit of stretch or medium weight stable knits. Various stretch wool suitings, stretch cottons, ponte knit, and French terry are all suitable, though the drape on each may be slightly different. This blazer is unlined. Extra fabric may be needed to match plaids, stripes, or one-way design prints.
See envelope back for fabric quantities.
This pattern is suitable for advanced beginners.
About the designer
Grainline Studio offer a range of patterns designed with a contemporary fit. They believe that the best handmade wardrobe is one you can wear and be proud of on a daily basis. All of their patterns are drafted, graded and digitized by hand in their Chicago studio.