Brave the cold with wonderful women’s winter coat sewing patterns
Winter is coming (is that line getting old?), so it’s time to think about sewing cozy winter clothes. Feel snuggly and warm when you head outside with these winter coat sewing patterns for women. Don’t get stuck with a boring black coat from the store. Make one that suits your personality!
Here’s a great selection of winter coat sewing patterns:
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Winter coat sewing patterns for women
Amsterdam All-Weather Ladies Coat by Rebecca Page
The Amsterdam All-Weather Ladies Coat sewing pattern from Rebecca Page is a feminine duffel coat. It’s fully-lined and would make a snuggly warm coat in wool or other heavy-weight fabric.
Pepernoot Hooded Coat by Waffle Patterns
The Pepernoot Hooded Coat from Waffle Patterns has lots of cute details, The zipper front means no fumbling with button holes when your fingers are freezing, and the fur on the hood looks so snuggly!
Lola Coat by Patronfy
For a fun coat, try the Lola over-sized coat, made from faux fur (or you can make it in any woven coat fabric). It’s definitely a stand-out coat!
Narva Coat by Hey June Handmade
The Narva Coat is an open-style coat designed for woollen fabric. It includes an optional belt and two styles of pockets to keep your hands warm. It’s fully lined and includes shoulder pads for a classy finish.
Lagan Coat by Itch to Stitch
The Lagan Coat is a classic and elegant coat sewing pattern, with princess seams and lovely shaping at the waist. It’s a single-breasted, fully-lined design.
Cocoon Coat by Wardrobe by Me
The Cocoon Coat has a fun retro silhouette, with raglan sleeves wrapping into a back yoke, and a single button at the front.
Octave Coat by Love Notions
The Octave coat sewing pattern is another classy and elegant coat, with options for a shawl collar or hood. The pockets are part of the princess seam.
Forester Coat by Twig and Tale
The Forester Coat sewing pattern has so many options, including two detachable hood options (with one being a super-cute pixie style). There’s also a maternity and baby-wearing add-on that can be purchased separately.
Classic Coat by Wardrobe by Me
The Classic Coat sewing pattern for women in knee-length wool coat with lapels, with options for welt or patch pockets. It’s definitely a classic and warm design.
Taylor Trench Coat from Rebecca Page
This trench coat pattern is a wardrobe staple that will complete any outfit. There are lots of options and details, including two length, three pocket and a hood (and a matching kid’s pattern is also available).
Ruby Peacoat by 5 out of 4
The Ruby Peacoat sewing pattern has options for traditional double breasted buttons, loop and button or even toggles! Keep it simple with the unlined option in a stable knit or go all out with a beautiful lined wool coat!
Quart coat by Pauline Alice
The Quart coat sewing pattern is a double-breasted, fitted coat with a high stand-up collar. It has great details like inseam pockets, zipped sleeve cuffs, epaulettes and a pleated skirt detail at the side.
Lady Grey Coat by Colette Pattern
The Lady Grey Coat from Colette Patterns is a wrap coat, with buttons to keep it closed along with a wide fabric belt. The wide collar and princess seams give the coat a classy look.
Nina Coat by Shwin Design
The Nina Coat is a flattering and stylish coat with a statement collar!. It’s perfect for a dress coat or everyday wear.
Winter Coat Fabrics Tips
The best fabrics for winter coats are medium to heavy-weight fabrics, that still have some drape. This gives the coat structure and warmth. Great fabric choices for winter coat sewing are wool, velvet, tweed and cashmere.
Checking out the upholstery fabric section of your favourite fabric store can turn up some great options (but just keep fabric drape in mind). These fabrics often have a lovely texture that can hide any imperfections in your sewing.
While plaid can make a gorgeous coat, only choose a large plaid if you’re willing to take the time to match up your print carefully.
Whether you’re a seasoned seamstress or just getting started, there’s a women’s coat sewing pattern on this list for you. Remember to take your time, have fun, and don’t be afraid to make adjustments to make your coat truly your own.
More sewing inspiration:
- If coats are too advanced for your skills, find the best beginner sewing projects here.
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