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Tamarack Jacket Sewing Pattern by Grainline Studio, sizes: 0-18

Tamarack Jacket by Grainline Studio, Paper Sewing Pattern, #16002, Sizes 0-18


Designed with the transitional seasons in mind, the Tamarack Jacket is a warm and stylish quilted coat perfect for spring and fall layering. Follow one of the two quilting designs included, or design your own to make your Tamarack totally original to you! You’ll stay toasty thanks to the inner layer of cotton or wool batting, while the roomy welt pockets will keep your belongings safe and your hands warm.

The Tamarack Jacket Sewing Pattern is an intermediate level sewing pattern. Techniques include straight seams, basic quilting, inserting welt pockets, and applying bias binding.


SUGGESTED FABRICS Main and lining fabrics: Light to mid-weight cottons, linens, chambrays, and blends work well for this jacket. Since the fabric will be doubled and quilted to a batting avoid anything too heavy as the jacket may become excessively stiff.

Batting: High quality batting in cotton, wool, bamboo, or a blend. Choose the thickness based on how warm you want your coat to be.

Notions: Thread; fusible interfacing; 1/2″ wide double fold bias binding, 5 yd (4.6 m) for sizes 0-18 (or 1/2 yd / 0.5 m extra fabric to make your own); high-quality quilt batting in US twin size (72″ x 80″ / 183 x 203 cm); walking foot // View A: 4 coat hooks and eyes // View B: 4 heavy duty snaps.


View A
45″ (114 cm) wide fabric: 2 3/8 – 3 yd (2.2 – 2.7 m)
54″ (137 cm) wide fabric: 2 1/8 – 2 5/8 yd (2 – 2.4 m).

View B
45″ (114 cm) wide fabric: 1 1/2 – 2 yd (1.4 – 1.8 m)
54″ (137 cm) wide fabric: 1 1/2 – 1 3/4 yd (1.4 – 1.6 m).

Sizing: US 0 – 18 (approx. UK 8 – 18). Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.


This product is a pre-printed paper pattern. You will receive an instruction booklet and tissue pattern tucked inside a paper envelope. Pattern is printed in the USA on recycled paper with soy-based inks.

Want to coordinate thread to a specific fabric or fabrics? I’m happy to help. In the message section, please add the name of the fabric or a description of the fabric in which to coordinate the weight and color of thread.