The Little Gentleman Suit Jacket is ready for any special occasion! Perfect for the holidays, weddings, blessing day and other special events. The Little Gentleman Suit Jacket PDF Sewing Pattern features a notched collar, back vent and optional welt pockets.
Dress it down for your dapper little man in corduroy or twill and the Little Gentleman makes the perfect blazer for everyday wear too!
***Pairs perfectly with the the Little Gentleman Pants and Vest . Buy both and save $3 at checkout with the code "gentleman"!
PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.
An instant download link will be sent to your email as soon as payment is completed. Save the PDF to your computer and print off as many times as you like.
You may sell suit coats made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
Posted by Charlene on 18th Feb 2016
I have made 5 of these and the sizing is right on with what I would expect from RTW clothing. I love these jackets! I paired them with the classic Chinos for a professional quality suit. I am a fairly experienced sewist but I think anyone with basic skills could make this if they go slow and take their time.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jan 2016
Printing and putting together was very easy
Instructions easy to follow and fit my son great. I love that the pattern size range is 3m to 12 so I can continue to use the pattern as he growns
Posted by Daisy Dweik on 14th Oct 2015
If you're considering this pattern, you won't regret it!! I've made two so far and could not believe how easy they come together and how fantastically professional they look. The welt pockets are so much easier than I was expecting and add just the right amount of flare to a child's clothing item. With the right fabric choices you will be blown away by this sharp little jacket. Pair it with the Little Gentleman's Vest and Classic Chinos for a truly amazing, handmade bit of perfection.
Posted by kaitlin madson on 25th Jun 2014
I love this pattern! It was a little intimidating at first, but Amy makes it easy! The instructions are easy to follow, and the end result is amazing! This pattern does take time and patience, but I think it only took me 4 or 5 hours. Not too bad for a suit jacket! I get so many compliments on this jacket, and I am so proud to say I made it! Also, at Joann's, the materials only cost me $16. It is well worth the time! I love this pattern!