Meet the Nutmeg Trench and Jacket

Make your first outerwear jacket or trench

Say hello to the lovely Nutmeg Trench and Jacket sewing pattern! Two classic shapes with a modern twist, that will become a staple of your handmade wardrobe all year around :)

Nutmeg trench jacket sewing pattern

You can go for the trench version in a gentle A-shape and knee-length or for the jacket, laying just below your hips and offering a closer fit. Both options come with optional front patch pockets with flaps or with in-seam pockets for the trench.

Nutmeg trench jacket sewing pattern

The sleeves have a slight gather at the crown and a full gather at the bottom and you can finish them with a normal cuff or with a sleeve placket and a cute bow. The flat collar is easy to assemble and has an optional ruffle running along the outer curve.

Nutmeg trench jacket sewing pattern

Also, the trench comes with a belt and belt loops and both versions feature a front button placket. Lastly, the seams are finished using bias binding, a technique also applied on the collar. And the best part is that lots of the details are interchangeable between both the jacket and the trench.

Nutmeg trench jacket sewing pattern

Without a lining, Nutmeg is the best garment to wear in between season or to layer up all-year-around and a great first outwear project for a beginner. You can use many different fabrics to get a more structured feeling using canvas or oilskin or a more drapey feeling with tencel twill, for example.

Nutmeg trench jacket sewing pattern

With lots of detailed instructions, technical drawings and tips to get the best results, the Nutmeg Trench and Jacket will become a staple, with a twist, in your handmade wardrobe.

We have updated our sizes and now we offer two ranges: from UK 6 / US 2 to UK 24 / US 20 (cup B) and from UK 18/ US 14 to UK 36 / US 32 (cup D).

Suggested fabrics

Already love Nutmeg? Let's go fabric shopping then! :) If you prefer a more structured finished, choose a medium-weight fabric like denim, twill, gabardine, canvas, flannel or oilskin, for example. On the contrary, if you fancy a more relaxed style, go for tencel twill, linen or a medium weight chambray.

Apart from this, you can find inspiration from the high street and testers on our blog. Now, get your copy of Nutmeg and start sewing! And remember to share you version on social media using the hashtags #cocowawapatterns, #cwnutmegtrench and #cwnutmegjacket and to watch our YouTube tutorial which explains the most difficult steps.

Thanks for reading and happy sewing!



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