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Hovea Curve Jacket & Coat Pattern

$31.00 AUD

Layered PDF pattern Sizes 14-34
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Hovea Curve is a loose fit drop shoulder jacket & coat. Pattern features multiple lengths; deep angled feature pockets; unlined, full lining or quilted options; and belt or tie closures.

View A is a mid length unlined jacket with collar band. View B is a mid length quilted jacket with binding. View C is a lined coat with collar band and belt. View D is a quilted coat with binding. View E is an unlined cropped jacket with collar band. View F is a quilted cropped jacket with binding.

Skill: 2/5

Sizing: 14-34 (each pattern includes all sizes). See our sizing chart here.

Looking for Sizes 0-20? Click here.

Layered PDF pattern details

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Your 0-20 Layered PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:

  • Digital Instruction Booklet US Letter | 13 pages
  • Digital Instructon Booklet A4 | 13 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern US Letter Size | 59 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern A4 Size | 59 pages
  • US Copy Shop 36x48" Size | 5 pages
  • Copy Shop A0 | 6 pages

    Please note that not all files need to be printed, only the ones that correspond to your chosen printing method.

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    Customer Reviews

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 10 reviews
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    Caitlin Rielly
    Just what I was looking for!

    I wanted to make my mom a quilted Jacket for Christmas, Time being an issue, I just bought a patchwork quilt and made it. The pattern was super straight forward and turned out a really great piece for her! The only minor issue was the pockets sagged a bit, but that may have just been my fabric choice. It was solved with a little tie in the middle. I will probably make one of these for myself soon! My only regret is that I didn't get a photo of it!

    J
    J.B.
    Great pattern!

    This jacket pattern has so many ways that it can be made up. Great instructions and suggestions. I plan on making several using different options.

    C
    Clarissa Fuller
    LOVE!

    This pattern is so easy to use and so versatile. I used it to make a jacket out of an old vintage quilt my parents had and it was so easy to use (along with the blog post on how to do this) but I will definitely be using it again!

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    t.k.

    Thank you for all your time and effort to make such a great pattern and support system!

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    Trish Austad
    Hovea Curve - Love it!

    What a fabulous pattern! It was super easy and quick to make and fit perfectly right out of the box. I didn’t even have to make the usual 1½” deduction to sleeve length that I almost always have to do to patterns. I made the View A Mid Length, unlined, using a pre-quilted stable knit fabric. It presented no problems whatsoever and behaved entirely like a woven fabric although I did have to pay extra attention when applying the collar to the body (the body fronts had stretched out a little and had to be eased a little more than woven would). I finished all my seam allowances and hem edges with purchased double folded bias tape using a Hong Kong finish.

    Mods: I added a secret patch pocket to the Right body piece - inside the slanted pocket - for my cellphone or bus pass or whatever. I did this instead of dividing the slanted pocket with topstitching. Also, I added a facing at the back neckline for my label. It also serves to add a bit of support to the back neck.

    The only suggestions I’d make with respect to the instructions are: 1) after applying the collar to the body, trim and grade the seam to reduce bulk; and 2) trim the sleeve and body side seams within the hem to reduce bulk before hemming.

    I love this garment so much that I’m absolutely going to make it again, probably a cropped version and also a coat length too! A definite winner!!

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 10 reviews
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    C
    Caitlin Rielly
    Just what I was looking for!

    I wanted to make my mom a quilted Jacket for Christmas, Time being an issue, I just bought a patchwork quilt and made it. The pattern was super straight forward and turned out a really great piece for her! The only minor issue was the pockets sagged a bit, but that may have just been my fabric choice. It was solved with a little tie in the middle. I will probably make one of these for myself soon! My only regret is that I didn't get a photo of it!

    J
    J.B.
    Great pattern!

    This jacket pattern has so many ways that it can be made up. Great instructions and suggestions. I plan on making several using different options.

    C
    Clarissa Fuller
    LOVE!

    This pattern is so easy to use and so versatile. I used it to make a jacket out of an old vintage quilt my parents had and it was so easy to use (along with the blog post on how to do this) but I will definitely be using it again!

    t
    t.k.

    Thank you for all your time and effort to make such a great pattern and support system!

    T
    Trish Austad
    Hovea Curve - Love it!

    What a fabulous pattern! It was super easy and quick to make and fit perfectly right out of the box. I didn’t even have to make the usual 1½” deduction to sleeve length that I almost always have to do to patterns. I made the View A Mid Length, unlined, using a pre-quilted stable knit fabric. It presented no problems whatsoever and behaved entirely like a woven fabric although I did have to pay extra attention when applying the collar to the body (the body fronts had stretched out a little and had to be eased a little more than woven would). I finished all my seam allowances and hem edges with purchased double folded bias tape using a Hong Kong finish.

    Mods: I added a secret patch pocket to the Right body piece - inside the slanted pocket - for my cellphone or bus pass or whatever. I did this instead of dividing the slanted pocket with topstitching. Also, I added a facing at the back neckline for my label. It also serves to add a bit of support to the back neck.

    The only suggestions I’d make with respect to the instructions are: 1) after applying the collar to the body, trim and grade the seam to reduce bulk; and 2) trim the sleeve and body side seams within the hem to reduce bulk before hemming.

    I love this garment so much that I’m absolutely going to make it again, probably a cropped version and also a coat length too! A definite winner!!

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