Hooded Wrap Coat Pattern
The appeal of the flat-felled seam is that it makes the joint stronger by running two lines of stitches through each piece of fabric, while simultaneously encapsulating the raw edges and preventing them from unravelling. This is the special seam that designers use to create your denim jeans.
What’s more, it’s pretty simple once you get the concept. You can make it even easier by running an iron over the seam after you make each fold. Set it to a low heat so that you don’t scorch your fabric and try making a hooded wrap coat like this one from Mara Hoffman. Use a cozy double-sided winter coating and skip the lining.
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3 1/4 yards of 54″ inch tweed fabric (above)
2 yds stay tape
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