Inside Look at V1467 Pea Coat for Sew Along

Vogue Patterns V1467 Anne Klein pea coat for sew along

Are you joining us for our Fall 2015 Sew Along? We hope so! By popular demand we will be sewing Vogue Patterns V1467 pea coat by Anne Klein. We’ve just created a Pinterest board of photos of this designer jacket. There are close-ups and detail shots—both inside and out—that show the lining, seam finishing and more, all to help us as we sew. Here are some more photos below, but head to the Pinterest board to see them all:

Vogue Patterns V1467 Anne Klein pea coat for sew along
Bet you weren’t expecting a half lining in the back, were you? You can make it a full lining if you’d like.
Vogue Patterns V1467 Anne Klein pea coat for sew along
Love this little dart in the sleeve cap.

Follow The McCall Pattern Company’s board V1467 Pea Coat Sew Along on Pinterest.

Fabrics and schedule: We’re working on a sew along schedule and will post it here soon. In the meantime, get your pattern and start thinking about fabrics. (We’ll have a post later specifically about what kind of fabrics work best for this pattern.) The actual Anne Klein jacket is made of a medium-weight wool with a polyester lining. It feels very lightweight, in fact, not heavy as you’d expect a pea coat to be. It’s more of a jacket you can wear in the office or outside in fall, not winter, weather.

Back soon with more on the sew along and other things!

  1. Will you post some of the “key” sewing steps on your YouTube channel?

    1. Possibly…

  2. Yea! I have my fabric, lining and buttons.

  3. Wow the fact that it is made out of lighter fabric is nice to know. I couldnt find a good winter weight.fabric I liked without arm and a leg. I had decided I was use trench coat material instead to make it a transition coat between seansons.

  4. How easy do you think this will be to do a FBA?

    1. Fairly easy as it has princess seams.

  5. i’m in and am looking foward to seeing all the great creations.
    I have fabric but looking for buttons and lining.

  6. oooohhh! I can’t wait to make this!!!

  7. Looking forward to this! Thank you.

  8. loooking forward to making this jacket. Not much need for heavy woolens in Georgia

  9. I am in. I have already ordered the patter and am looking in my wool stash for the perfect fabric 🙂

    1. vogue patterns are on sell at Hancock starting tomorrow. Time to buy. Now need to consider a fabric , nothing too heavy or bulky since we really don’t experience the four season in these neck of the woods. Thinking about using color other than navy or black

  10. Wonderful details !

  11. I just got my pattern and thinking of using a burgundy light – weight wool.

  12. Just ordered pattern. Love the design of this coat. All Vogue patterns on sale for $5.99 at the official website. Dangerous.

  13. I ready to start ………………… this pattern………………………………

  14. I’m in ☺. Have my fabric, picking up pattern today!

  15. I have my fabric, which I picked up just in case my online order didn’t arrive in a timely manner. I am building my fall wardrobe of jackets, this time I selected a light weight gray wool blend. Pattern prepared I am ready to go

  16. I was wondering what the reasoning behind the half lining was. I’m a new sewer and am trying to get to grips with the “innards” that make a good garment.

    1. Hi Sarah! You actually see this quite a bit in RTW jackets of all price points. Sometimes it’s a style choice by the designer, sometimes it’s to make the jacket less heavy to wear. One of my favorite tailoring experts loves to use half linings in the jackets he makes.

  17. Thanks for these high grade and stylish pea coat, they look really awesome….

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