I am INCREDIBLY excited to be releasing this pattern, friends! The idea to create a classic jean jacket pattern started at the end of last summer. In January, I hit the ground running and have been working around the clock to bring this pattern to you (and to myself…let’s be honest!). Countless blood (literally), sweat and tears have gone into this pattern, and I’m thrilled that it is finally ready for release.
Without further ado…introducing the Hampton Jean Jacket!
A nod to the classic jean jacket, the Hampton Jean Jacket pattern is a timeless addition to your handmade wardrobe. This flattering pattern is cut to be close-fitting, yet roomy enough to wear over a couple of light layers or a thin sweater.
With welt pockets, in-panel top pockets, two-piece sleeves, and all of the panels you know a jean jacket to have, this pattern is everything you want in this classic piece.
There will be a sewalong starting later this week here on the blog with step-by-step photos and installments on bleaching+distressing denim, how to make some common fitting adjustments, and more. Stay tuned!
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But that’s not all! We have collaborated with Threadbare Fabrics to bring you Hampton Jean Jacket kits! Each kit contains 2.5 yards of the legendary American-made Cone Mills White Oak Denim in indigo, two denim needles, and 16 high-quality metal jeans buttons (you can choose from four different hardware finishes).
The modeled jacket you see in all of my photos was made with one of these kits, and I am extremely impressed with the quality of each piece.
These kits are limited in quantity, so go grab one while they are available!
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