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Starboard Jacket


    The Starboard Jacket is your perfect grab-and-go jacket for anytime of year. Lightweight shell blocks the wind and the entire jacket is lined for a comfortable and professional finish. The Starboard features kangaroo pockets in front and hood. Elastic cuffs and bottom band provide a perfect and comfy fit.

    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. 

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    18 mos. 


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    You may sell jackets made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.

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    Knits, Wovens

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    1. First time installing a zipper - was easy peasy  star rating

      Posted by Ashleigh Dewitt on 28th Aug 2014

      I'd never installed a zipper before so had been holding off on this pattern. But, Amy's directions are very clear and it is definitely not as hard as it looks! Take the plunge, you'll get great professional-looking results and it's practical for kids of all ages.

    2. I love this jacket!  star rating

      Posted by Jen W on 21st Jul 2014

      Prior to this I had sewn a zipper exactly once and was a little nervous about the separating zipper. I used twill outer and jersey lining, so it was a combo of woven and knit. It turned out so cute and it wasn't hard at all. (I based the zipper on with glue stick to keep it lined up, and that made it incredibly easy to line up. ) The only thing I would change when I did it again is the trim/cuffs. I used ribbed knit instead of the elastic casing and it was hard to keep lined up, it ended up a tad wonky on the bottom trim because of the stretch and the zipper. I would probably use the same type of woven I used for the outer of the jacket instead. It is a great little lightweight jacket, and I think you could even use fleece or sweatshirt fleece as a liner to make it warmer. I will definitely be making more of these!

    3. Perfect for spring/fall  star rating

      Posted by Allison on 3rd Jun 2014

      I sew most of my boys' clothes & this jacket, by far receives the most compliments of all the everyday wear I make. It fits perfect, was easy to sew, the directions were fantastic! I used boardshort fabric for the outer layer to make it somewhat like a rain jacket & a cotton woven that had some Lycra in it for the lining. It's a perfect change of season jacket!

    4. Easier than it looks.  star rating

      Posted by Becky A. on 28th May 2014

      I thought this was going to be harder than it was. It was challenging but in a fun way. I'm still fairly new to zippers and it wasn't that bad. I used PUL for outer and interlock for inner and it turned out cute. Clear instructions, good sizing. I used the 6 width and 5 length so she could use it as a raincoat.

    5. Great pattern  star rating

      Posted by Cindy Goren on 22nd May 2014

      I made this when I was quite new to sewing. It looks like it would be difficult to sew but it really isn't. Amy's instructions and photos make it so simple to follow along even for a newbie! This pattern is really versatile in the different fabric combos you can use to make a perfect fit jacket for whatever weather!

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