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What’s Your Take on These New Butterick Patterns? By DianeSev on 9/10/12 11:43 AM

Butterick has released its new Fall collection, and we can see it’s time to put away our summer wear! 

What strikes us the most (with thoughts of brrrrr weather) are the new coats and jackets, so we thought we’d feature them for you.


Butterick 5819 Misses' Wrap and Cape

Butterick 5819 Misses' Wrap and Cape

Is it a cape?  Is a jacket?  Get the best of both worlds with this pattern!

Description:  Very loose-fitting, single-layer (wrong side shows) wrap or cape has collar variations or self-lined hood, flat-fell seams, shaped hemline, and unfinished edges.

Fabric: Designed for heavy weight non-fraying fabrics.   Fleece, Boiled Wool, Berber Fleece.


Rating:  Easy


Butterick 5824 Misses' Coat 

Butterick 5824 Misses' Coat

Shades of the 40’s and  50’s!  Celebrate the retro look with this Patterns by Gertie piece.

Description:  Semi-fitted, lined, double-breasted coat has front extending into collar, skirt side front and side back seams, and side pockets.

Fabric:  Designed for medium weight woven fabric and light weight soft woven fabrics.  Coat: Wool Blend, Flannels.  Lining: Crepe De Chine.

Sizes: 6-14, 14-22

Rating:  Easy



Butterick 5828 Misses'/Women's Jacket

Butterick 5828 Misses'/Women's Jacket

Belted or unbelted, with or without scarf, this Connie Crawford jacket will complement any wardrobe!

Description:  Loose-fitting, unlined jacket has lined pockets, sleeves with stitched hems, topstitching, and asymmetrical snap closing.

Fabric: Designed for medium weight woven fabrics.  Pre-quilted Fabrics, Woolens.

Sizes: XSM-XLG, XXL-6X

Difficulty:  Easy


Butterick 5809 Children's/Girls' Coat and Detachable Hood and Capelet  

Butterick 5809 Children's/Girls' Coat and Detachable Hood and Capelet

This one’s for the little girl in your life!  Here is a coat that gives her so many looks: coat with or without capelet, coat with or without hood, or capelet alone!  So sweet!

Description:  Lined coat has side pockets and topstitching. A: Contrast lined, upper front and back cut-in-one with sleeve, pleated lower section, fold-back cuffs, and detachable lined hood with buttons and elastic loops. Lined capelet has collar, button trim, and hook & eye closing. Coat and capelet

Fabric: Designed for lightweight woven fabrics. Wool Blends, Velveteen, Broadcloth. Lining A: Broadcloth, Satin.

Sizes: 2-5, 6-8

Difficulty:  Easy


Now, don’t you feel warmer?


Want to see more than Butterick coats and jackets?  See tops, slacks and the rest now!




Post a comment and tell us what you think of this collection!



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aabsewsnow said... (9/25/12 5:13 PM) Reply
I am doing the sew along for Gertie's coat, we start on the coat itself in October so there's still time to join the fun!
elationcreation said... (9/18/12 6:30 PM) Reply
My goodness it gertie! I can not wait to make her dress and coat from the new collection. Please get her to design more! I love her vintage flair :)
Selina said... (9/15/12 2:25 PM) Reply
The vintage frock coat (5824) is on my short list for fall! This is the exact style I have been looking for over the past couple of years. Love it!!
cegehin said... (9/13/12 7:07 PM) Reply
I love 5824 and the little girls' cape coat is adorable. I'm considering that as a project for my little girl...cuz I really need more sewing projects! haha!
shirl999 said... (9/13/12 5:35 PM) Reply
these jackets are wonderful as are the ones from the contest. I can't remember the last time i needed a coat in Texas. It's so hot. I think I'll buy the Connie Crawford. Would it be too bulky in a fake fur?
Pollycotton said... (9/12/12 7:36 PM) Reply
I agree with AliceK. That fabric does nothing for that design
CypGrl said... (9/11/12 8:58 AM) Reply
I followed the link to Butterick. Loved the "lookbook" on their website. In fact, really good website overall. There are several of the new patterns that interested me -- 5812, 5815, 5817, and 5819.
ArtAttack said... (9/11/12 0:15 AM) Reply
The cape is cute as is the Connie Crawford jacket...I love it in the red!
aliceK said... (9/10/12 10:51 PM) Reply
Love 5834. I think I might like the Connie Crawford pattern if it were not shown in that fabric!

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