Jacket · Kwik Sew K4015

Kwik Sew 4015 View B

After my success with K4015  view A, a quilted jacket here   I though I would give view B a try.

The back of View B is longer than front, is lined with contrast fabric, has patch pockets, hood with drawstring in casing and snap closures.

The showerproof fabric is called April showers and the lining is Oxford shirting fabric both from Fabworks Online.

I decided cut the back the same length as the front, as I was unsure I would like the back being longer than the front.

I found the buttons in my button tin, I think they were originally off a cardigan, and the large press studs I found in my  mums sewing bits which I have inherited.  I used the eyelets that came with my Prym pliers and then discovered that cord for the hood was too thick for the eyelets!  eBay to the rescue, and a long trainer shoelace was ordered and it worked well.

The reluctant photographer was persuaded to take a few photos.

rain jacket pockets
Kwik Sew 4015 View  B
rain jacket inside
Kwik Sew 4015 View B
rain jacket front
Kwik Sew View B

Just need some warmer weather now so I can wear it!



7 thoughts on “Kwik Sew 4015 View B

  1. This is fab! Both your jackets look much better than the ones on the pattern envelope which would never have tempted me. The shirting fabric goes so well with the outer and gives the jacket a little bit of ‘zing’. I am assuming you won’t be able to wear it this weekend then!!

  2. This looks great! I agree with tialys, so much better than the photographs of the pattern itself. Fingers crossed for some milder weather soon 🙏🙏🙏

  3. Another huge success and that lining is the perfect contrast! You do the pattern fAr more justice than the illustration on the envelope, it has to be said:)

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