Kelly Anorak Pattern | Jacket pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern// Envelope front  // Closet Core Patterns
Kelly Anorak // Jacket sewing pattern // Closet Core Patterns
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Format du motif (taille 0 - 20)
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L’anorak Kelly est à la fois pratique et plein de style ; d’une forme classique mais avec une coupe moderne, c’est la veste idéal pour la demi-saison.

Léger et non doublé, il présente des manches en deux parties et avec poignets, un cordon optionnel pour resserrer la taille, des poches à soufflet avec rabat, une fermeture éclair et des boutons pressions. Choisissez de réaliser soit un col soit une capuche afin de toujours rester au chaud et au sec.

Produits connexes: Kit matériel pour l'anorak Kelly

Tailles:Actuellement disponible en tailles 0-20 seulement (Imprimer et PDF)

Voir notre guide pour l'impression et l'assemblage de fichiers PDF ici

Fabric and Supplies

SUGGESTED FABRIC

Choose medium to heavyweight woven fabrics such as twill, canvas, denim and linen. Make the ultimate rain coat with a waterproof fabric like ripstop, waxed canvas or Goretex.

YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS

45" / 1.14m
0-8 = 3.5yd/3.2m, 8-20 = 4yd/3.75m

58" / 1.5m
0-8 = 2.5yd/2.3m, 8-14 = 3yd/2.75m, 16-20 = 3.5yd/3.2m

ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES
  • 13 x 1/2”-5/8" (12-15mm) metal snap buttons
  • Separating coat zipper with pull on left side (sizes 0-4 = 24” zipper, sizes 6-20 = 26” zipper)
  • 1 1/2” yard (1.3m) 5mm drawstring
  • Optional: 3 yards of double fold bias tape to finish neckline and coat hem (can be replaced with serged stitch or homemade bias tape)
  • Optional: 2 x grommets - size #0 or #1, inside diameter 6-7 mm (can be replaced with machine buttonhole)
  • Optional: topstitching thread
  • Polyester thread
  • Marking tool

 

Details

Sewing level: Intermediate

Sizes: 0 - 20 (see our sizing chart here

Finished measurements: See complete final measurements here

Instructions: English or French

Print at Home File (Letter & A4): 48 pages, sizes are not layered.

Copy Shop (36"x48" / A0): 3 pages, sizes are not layered.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
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Dianne Sahakian
Kelly Anorak Jacket Pattern

I found it easy to make by following the instructions given. I didn't have to make any adjustments for my size. Whether you are a first time sewer or experienced one you will find it easy to make. I am also going to make a heavier winter jacket and also a winter coat with this pattern.

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Sylvia Bullinger
Nice pattern

I made a lined waterproof version of the Kelly Anorak with the collar and an additional detachable hood (I traced the original hood piece and shortened the front flaps. Then I just attached it with snap buttons) The pattern was straight forward to sew, the instructions were clear. The muslin was pretty tight in the back. I intend to use the jacket as an everyday-rainjacket, so I made a broad back adjustment and lengthened the sleeves to have more room to stretch my arms forward.
As usual, a very good quality sewing pattern 😀

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Larissa
Kelly anorak and lining extension - a great jacket pattern

This was the first jacket pattern I have made. Pattern was great, instructions clear even for a jacket newbie and fit is perfect. Such a high end feeling finish paired with the lining extension.

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gabrielle s.
Anorak kelly

Un patron pdf de qualité. Les explications sont claires. Le modèle est vraiment très sympa à coudre. Je me suis régalée.

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Verona Woodhouse
Really great anorak pattern

I did 2 jackets, with the first a fit trial before using my fancy waterproofed soft shell fabric. This was a really great pattern and fit. I used to do mountaineering so I am fussy about size and shape of pockets and hoods and my trial was a complete jacket so I could test these details. I would like to do another using a waxed cotton, but mine was to be a waterproof dog walking jacket. I love the designed pockets, but where I live I have a hat in my pocket all year, a dog lead most of the time and gloves for most of the year, so the bellows type pocket would look a bit 'bulgy'. I didn't use the bellows and added a zip. I added a phone pocket and two zipped interior chest pockets (dog bags & keys). I also added a volume reducer on the hood, more because I have a real thing about close hoods, but I haven't really needed it - the designed hood is great. Great pattern for the jacket and for the lining and the online tutorials, especially the one for a waterproof jacket, were really useful. I had a scrap of end of roll (complete with paper tape stuck to it) of a high end fabric from a scraps bin at a fabric shop with panther cats on it. I used this for the upper part of the lining of my trial jacket. I love those panthers and they make me smile every time I pick up the jacket. I really like the fit and can see another Kelly anorak in the future.

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Michelle Beckett
I made a coat!

What a great coat pattern! I was so nervous to take this on, but I’m so glad I did. The instructions were really clear. I second-guessed myself a few times, but I was able to check the details on the blog any time I was in a jam. I used the hardware kit from Closet Core, which was amazing.

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
88%
(22)
12%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
Dianne Sahakian
Kelly Anorak Jacket Pattern

I found it easy to make by following the instructions given. I didn't have to make any adjustments for my size. Whether you are a first time sewer or experienced one you will find it easy to make. I am also going to make a heavier winter jacket and also a winter coat with this pattern.

S
Sylvia Bullinger
Nice pattern

I made a lined waterproof version of the Kelly Anorak with the collar and an additional detachable hood (I traced the original hood piece and shortened the front flaps. Then I just attached it with snap buttons) The pattern was straight forward to sew, the instructions were clear. The muslin was pretty tight in the back. I intend to use the jacket as an everyday-rainjacket, so I made a broad back adjustment and lengthened the sleeves to have more room to stretch my arms forward.
As usual, a very good quality sewing pattern 😀

L
Larissa
Kelly anorak and lining extension - a great jacket pattern

This was the first jacket pattern I have made. Pattern was great, instructions clear even for a jacket newbie and fit is perfect. Such a high end feeling finish paired with the lining extension.

g
gabrielle s.
Anorak kelly

Un patron pdf de qualité. Les explications sont claires. Le modèle est vraiment très sympa à coudre. Je me suis régalée.

V
Verona Woodhouse
Really great anorak pattern

I did 2 jackets, with the first a fit trial before using my fancy waterproofed soft shell fabric. This was a really great pattern and fit. I used to do mountaineering so I am fussy about size and shape of pockets and hoods and my trial was a complete jacket so I could test these details. I would like to do another using a waxed cotton, but mine was to be a waterproof dog walking jacket. I love the designed pockets, but where I live I have a hat in my pocket all year, a dog lead most of the time and gloves for most of the year, so the bellows type pocket would look a bit 'bulgy'. I didn't use the bellows and added a zip. I added a phone pocket and two zipped interior chest pockets (dog bags & keys). I also added a volume reducer on the hood, more because I have a real thing about close hoods, but I haven't really needed it - the designed hood is great. Great pattern for the jacket and for the lining and the online tutorials, especially the one for a waterproof jacket, were really useful. I had a scrap of end of roll (complete with paper tape stuck to it) of a high end fabric from a scraps bin at a fabric shop with panther cats on it. I used this for the upper part of the lining of my trial jacket. I love those panthers and they make me smile every time I pick up the jacket. I really like the fit and can see another Kelly anorak in the future.

M
Michelle Beckett
I made a coat!

What a great coat pattern! I was so nervous to take this on, but I’m so glad I did. The instructions were really clear. I second-guessed myself a few times, but I was able to check the details on the blog any time I was in a jam. I used the hardware kit from Closet Core, which was amazing.