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Download my Roll Collar Coat Sewing Pattern, Easy for Sewing Beginners. This Coat looks wonderful with Jeans. Make it up in linen, wool, denim, velvet, even leather and suede. Belt it or let it hang loose. Watch the Roll Collar Coat Sew Along - every step, easily explained.


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This is a favourite design and I have made many versions of it. It is drafted using my Maximum Ease Block and therefore is a very easy fit. If you make it up in linen or cotton for summer you will still be able to wear a cotton knit cardigan, sweater or a sweatshirt underneath for cooler days.

It goes really well with my Man’s Cut Shirt Pattern teamed with the Jeans Pattern but also looks brilliant with the Pencil Skirt Pattern.
It is fully lined and interfaced around the collar and fronts and of course the cuffs.A Roll Collar Coat is a great asset in your wardrobe. This patterns is infinitely adaptable. Learn the principles and a whole new area of creativity presents itself.

This pattern will teach you a lot about sewing basic. First of all, learning how to create a roll collar is advanced but very achievable with clear instructions and is a step towards sewing a full revere collar for a jacket. If you haven't made a garment with set-in sleeves before, you will find making this coat a great introduction. Adding a lining is another skill you will gain from making up this pattern. You will be thrilled with the result.


Sewing Patterns - Roll Collar Coat PDF Sewing Pattern by Angela Kane

Follow the Make the Roll Collar Coat Sew Along

Video Extract Making the Roll Collar Coat







The Instruction PDF is a tutorial for the Set-In Sleeve, Lining a Coat or Jacket as well as the Roll Collar.

This design will carry me through the year. I think it will be wonderful in corduroy and soft woolens. I would even consider making it in leather. Features: The roll collar of course, smart cuffed sleeves, in-seam pockets, self belt. The coat is generously cut and the sleeves especially include a full amount of ease so that the coat is comfortable over, for example, bulky knits and tailored dresses.



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This original pattern does not include cutting out layouts or a guide to fabric requirements. All later patterns include all the features of any other commercially available pattern.

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Diagram of Sewing Pattern Pieces for the Roll Collar Coat Sewing Pattern 692

Consider the cost of coats. This is a garment really worth making the effort for. I have made several versions for myself. I was determined to have something smart to wear over summer dresses this year and making it up in various coloured linens has been a great exercise to test out my pattern. I will be making it up again at the end of the summer too.

Fabric Suggestions: Linen & Cottons, Corduroy, Lightweight Wools, Leather and many more...

The eBook contains many detailed diagrams showing every step involved in making this garment.

The jeans PDF has been very successful and many members have commented on how useful it has been.

Every pattern I design is a sewing lesson and my Members tell me that they derive great benefit from the clear and concise directions.

Diagram of How to Make the Roll Collar Coat Sewing Pattern 692, from the Sewing eBook

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Jeans and Trousers

Women's Jeans Pattern No 948 - Authentic Blue Jeans. Much research has gone into this pattern to produce a perfect fit. Make it up in Denim with a little stretch (5% Elastine or Spandex ). Follow my Jeans Sew Along video series.

Men's Jeans Pattern No M983 - By popular demand from my male members. This pattern is drafted for selvedge denim in particular but works just as well with traditional non-stretch denim. Jeans Sew Along video.

Slim Cut Trousers Pattern No 921 - Plain cut trousers. No waistband or fly zip to worry about. Use petersham tape at the waist and an easy invisible zip at the side or back seam. Add pockets if you like.

Sophisticated Front Pleated Trousers Pattern 931 - Trousers for smarter occasions perhaps. Front pleats and slant pockets. An invisible zip in the back gives you a faultless silhouette. A silk shirt bloused will take you to any occasion. I have a Sew Along video for this Pattern.


Shirts, T-Shirts and Tops

Fitted Shirt with Frills Pattern No 545 - This pattern is perfect for day or evening wear. Wear it with a tailored suit or beneath a smart cardigan. Wonderful with an evening trouser suit or just a velvet skirt. A great shirt worn with with jeans too. A How to Sew eBook comes with this pattern.

Classic Man's Cut Shirt Pattern No 540 - The man's cut shirt. I have made this dozens of times and never tire of the shape. Sewing the Silk Shirt Sew Along.

Sleeveless Top Pattern No 532 - This is probably about the simplest form of garment you can imagine for your wardrobe. However it is the most useful and you will never tire of making it. See the Sewing Lessons Here

T-Shirts and Vest Collection Patterns 500, 501, 502 ,1501, 1502 - Classic jersey T-shirts & Vests. So many uses. Wear with jeans, the pencil skirt, under the shift and the pinafore dress, under the waistcoat and tucked into the front pleated trousers. Watch How to Sew T-Shirts and Lessons in Sewing Jersey

Raglan Sleeve Sweatshirt Pattern No 512 - The very useful Raglan Sleeve Sweatshirt Sewing Pattern. You can't have too many in your wardrobe. Of course it goes really well with the jeans.

Waistcoat Pattern No 836 - A neat little waistcoat with decorative frog fastening. Princess seaming.


Exercise, Leisure and Swim Wear

Jersey Body, All in One Pattern No 953 - Of course, a really practical and comfortable solution for exercise. This pattern is very popular for wearing to ballet class. Also great under a cotton shift.

Jersey Leggings Pattern No 936 - Leggings for everyday dressing have been around for a few years now. These are so easy to make. Great too of course for your exercise classes.

Jersey Boxy Work-Out Vest Pattern No 547 - A very boxy, very loose fitting jersey top. You can wear this over other tops.

Swimming Costume Classic Pattern No 206 - Make this up in two-way stretch Lycra. There is such a wonderful variety of colours and designs for swimwear sewing these days. Watch my Swimwear Sewing Lessons here


Jackets and Coats

Panel Coat Dress Pattern No 702 - The first of a new series. Introducing the Princess Line.

Panel Coatdress No 702 - Introducing you to the Princess Line. Endlessly versatile. Wear it as a dress or a coat, over other garments or on it's own.

Roll Collar Coat Pattern No 692 - One of the very best coat designs. Wear with just about everything. Making this up is a great way to learn the principle of sewing a roll collar. Watch the Roll Collar Coat Sew Along

Soft Tailored Jacket Pattern No 615 - This soft tailored jacket is the easiest of jackets to sew. Collarless and with easy in-seam pockets. A little bit of saddle stitching gives it a certain sophistication.

Yoked and Gathered Coat Pattern No 673 - Another coat. This one is quite different though. Roomy but elegant, this smock type coat will suit any figure type. No fitting required! Wear it belted or flowing.



Panel Dress with Two Piece Sleeve Pattern No 725 - A basic Pattern/Block ready to be developed into a variety of styles featuring the Princess Line cut. Draft dresses, jackets and coats based on this shape.

Princess Line Sleeveless Dress Pattern No 715 - A dress for all occassions. Wear it on its own or over a shirt or sweater. Wear it under a matching jacket for a formal look.

Panel Coatdress No 702 - Introducing you to the Princess Line. Endlessly versatile. Wear it as a dress or a coat, over other garments or on it's own. The first of a new series. Introducing the Princess Line.

Pinafore Dress Pattern No 721 - Making up the pinafore dress is a sewing lesson in just about everything apart from sewing sleeves. Learn about darts, zips, patch pockets, embroidery, topstitching. See my very first tutorial Make a Dress and then again, watch the Add a Lining version.

Sun Dress Pattern No 783 - Another very popular pattern. Quite a nostalgic shape reminding me of long summers and school holidays!

Jersey Flare Dress Pattern No 781 - A great shape for an elegant jersey dress. For day or evening. Plenty of movement. Popular for Dance Classes.

Classic Sleeveless Shirt Pattern 763 - A perfect Shirt Dress. Make it up in linen, wool, leather even. Add hand stitched Saddle Stitching.

Jersey Sleeveless Shift Dress Pattern 722 - Jersey shift with a stand collar. Very cool, sporty but elegant.

Jersey Polo Neck Dress Pattern 729 - Very easy polo neck dress with a high neck. Nicely shaped for easy dressing. This pattern comes in just small/medium/large. Looks wonderful made up in a Jersey Print.

Jersey RaRa Pattern No 785 - This is a very popular download. The RaRa shape is never out of fashion it appears. It is great for summer on the beach, cute for your exercise class and generally easy dressing for everyday



Pencil Skirt, Fully Lined Plus a Tailored Back Vent No 485 - An updated version of the Classic Pencil Skirt. Upgraded sewing pattern format with colour coded pattern pieces, fabric cutting out layouts and fabric requirements table. An easy to follow eBook Sewing Guide to help you achieve courture results.

Classic Pencil Skirt Pattern 483 - A classic Pencil Skirt Sewing Pattern is a must sew for anyone wanting a versatile, wearable wardrobe that is equipped for every occasion.



Gathered Skirt and Stand Collar Combo Pattern No 727 - A pattern combination to get you started on combining patterns and shapes to be your own designer. Here I have combined a gathered skirt, bold breast pocket and high stand collar with the jersey shift shape, pattern 722. Try it with lurex jersey and lace skirt for evenings.

Simple Block/Sloper for Designers Pattern No 101 - An example of a basic block. Minimum ease. Use this to create endless variations. Or learn to Cut Your Own Patterns Here


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