The Bianca Coat or the Blanket coat, has been a workshop we have run for a while now and we have been consistently asked if we were making it into a pattern. So due to popular demand we have now released it.
You can see some of the versions our wonderful pattern testers have made.
Fabrics have ranged from double jersey to wool coating…
…with a bit of boiled wool and scuba jersey thrown in too.
Some have been left raw edged, and some overlocked…
…and others with beautifully bound edges.
The creativity and different approaches never fail to amaze me when other dressmakers put their stamp on our patterns. After all making something personal and individual to you is part and parcel of sewing a handmade wardrobe.
I hope you decide to give the Bianca Coat a go, it really is quick and easy to make up. this is what some of our Testers had to say…
“The coatigan was a dream to make. The instructions were very clear and easy to follow, especially with the added diagrams. I really liked the fact that the pattern instructions contained a glossary this was really beneficial. I am not a very confident sewer but thanks to your pattern and instructions I feel on top of the world with the garment I have made, thank you.” Judith
“Great coatigan pattern, swift make, could be pimped to make your own style, with different trimings, thread choices. Loved it on first try on. This is the 3rd pattern I have used of yours.” Helen
“A simple and quick pattern to make with lovely results.” Charlotte
“Clear concise instructions. One of the easiest garments I’ve made.” Angela
“I really enjoyed making the Bianca Coat. The instructions are clearly laid out, the pattern pieces fit together easily and the coat fronts have been cleverly designed to produce a lovely waterfall effect.” Janet