Vikisews Uma coat sewing pattern, US sizes 2 - 20 / EU 34 - 52 / UK 6 - 24

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Uma is a loose-fitting, straight-cut down coat featuring wide horizontal quilting. The garment has side seam pockets and a tall standing collar. Uma fastens with four snaps on the short center front placket and collar. The long, wide, one-piece raglan sleeves have a shoulder dart. Decorative elastic cord with stoppers is threaded through the casings at the garment and sleeve hems. The coat is below-hip length.

Approximate sewing time ― 3−4 days (30 hours).

Model: Height 172 cm (5’8”), Bust 84 cm (33 1/8”), Waist 64 cm (25 1/4”), Hips 90 cm (35 3/8”). Model is wearing size 36 in height 3.

Height: this pattern is available in one height – 162-168 cm (5'4'' - 5'6''). Please feel free to contact info@vikisews.com to get a helping hand from sewing mentors when adjusting the patterns for your height.

Sizing: this pattern is multisized - has sizes US 2 - 20 / EU 34 - 52 / UK 6 - 24 nested on one pattern sheet.   Please also check Size chart and Garment length, sleeve length tabs for more information. 


WOMEN SIZING

For women garments with separate distinct sizes:

Size

US 2 / EU 34 / UK 6

US 4 / EU 36 / UK 8

US 6 / EU 38 / UK 10

US 8 / EU 40 / UK 12

US 10 / EU 42 / UK 14

Bust, cm

80

84

88

92

96

Waist, cm

60

64

68

72

76

Hips, cm

86

90

94

98

102

Upper arm, cm

25.1

26.5

27.9

29.3

30.7

 

Size

US 12 / EU 44 / UK 16

US 14 / EU 46 / UK 18

US 16 / EU 48 / UK 20

US 18 / EU 50 / UK 22

US 20 / EU 52 / UK 24

Bust, cm

100

104

108

112

116

Waist, cm

80

84

88

92

96

Hips, cm

106

110

114

118

122

Upper arm, cm

32.1

33.5

34.9

36.3

37.7


Choosing a size for a protruding tummy

For women: to choose the right size for bottom garments, use the hip measurement plus the tummy protrusion

 

Uma instructions Sample (Uma_instructions_Sample.pdf, 1,354 Kb) Download

To sew the coat, use short and medium pile faux broadtail fur (pile length up to 10 mm [3/8”]) with a knit or woven backing and with the following properties:

- Medium weight, non-stretch or with very little stretch, malleable

You may also use raincoat fabrics with the following properties:

- Malleable, soft, non-stretch, wind-proof and water-resistant

- The fiber content can include natural fibers (wool, cotton), artificial (viscose, acetate), blends (cotton + polyester, etc.), and synthetics (polyester, polyester + elastane, terylene/dacron)

- The following fabrics are recommended: faux fur with knit or woven backing, blended raincoat fabrics, dewspo, twill, taffeta, taslan, etc.

 

Attention! We do not recommend stretchy knit materials.

 

For the lining, we recommend artificial fibers (viscose), blends (viscose + elastane, viscose + polyester) or synthetics (polyester, polyester + elastane). The lining fabric must be smooth, slippery and opaque.

 

For the insulation, use swan down.

 

For the interlining, use spunbond 30 g/m2.

 

To interface edges and garment pieces, use sew-in interfacing material (calico fabric, 125–140 g/m2).

 

The garment in the photo is made of faux fur (the fiber content is 100% polyester). The fabric is soft, malleable, medium weight. The pile is 5 mm (3/16”) long. The lining is 45% viscose + 55% polyester. The interlining is spunbond 30 g/m2. This material can also be found in gardening or hardware stores.

1. Main fabric, 140 cm wide, in meters:

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (154–160)

1.9

2.09

2.58

2 (162–168)

1.96

2.15

2.66

3 (170–176)

2.02

2.21

2.74

4 (178–184)

2.09

2.27

2.81

 

Main fabric, 55” wide, in yards:

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (5’1”–5’3”)

2 1/8

2 1/4

2 7/8

2 (5’4”–5’6”)

2 1/8

2 3/8

2 7/8

3 (5’7”–5’9”)

2 1/4

2 3/8

3

4 (5’10”–6’1”)

2 1/4

2 1/2

3 1/8

 

Main fabric, 150 cm wide, in meters:

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (154–160)

1.9

1.94

2.07

2 (162–168)

1.96

2

2.14

3 (170–176)

2.02

2.05

2.2

4 (178–184)

2.09

2.11

2.26

 

Main fabric, 59” wide, in yards:

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (5’1”–5’3”)

2 1/8

2 1/8

2 1/4

2 (5’4”–5’6”)

2 1/8

2 1/4

2 3/8

3 (5’7”–5’9”)

2 1/4

2 1/4

2 3/8

4 (5’10”–6’1”)

2 1/4

2 1/4

2 1/2

 

Main fabric, 160 cm wide, in meters:

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (154–160)

1.83

1.86

1.96

2 (162–168)

1.86

1.89

2.03

3 (170–176)

1.9

1.94

2.09

4 (178–184)

1.94

2

2.14

 

 Main fabric, 63” wide, in yards:

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (5’1”–5’3”)

2

2

2 1/8

2 (5’4”–5’6”)

2

2 1/8

2 1/4

3 (5’7”–5’9”)

2 1/8

2 1/8

2 1/4

4 (5’10”–6’1”)

2 1/8

2 1/8

2 3/8

 

Lining fabric, 140 cm wide, in meters: 

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (154–160)

1.61

1.8

2.31

2 (162–168)

1.65

1.85

2.39

3 (170–176)

1.7

1.9

2.47

4 (178–184)

1.94

1.95

2.54

 

Lining fabric, 55” wide, in yards: 

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (5’1”–5’3”)

1 3/4

2

2 1/2

2 (5’4”–5’6”)

1 3/4

2

2 5/8

3 (5’7”–5’9”)

1 7/8

2 1/8

2 3/4

4 (5’10”–6’1”)

2 1/8

2 1/8

2 3/4

 

3. Spunbond interlining, 300 cm wide, in meters: 

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (154–160)

0.86

0.99

1.51

2 (162–168)

0.88

1.01

1.54

3 (170–176)

0.9

1.03

1.57

4 (178–184)

0.92

1.05

1.6

 

Spunbond interlining, 118” wide, in yards: 

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (5’1”–5’3”)

1

1 1/8

1 5/8

2 (5’4”–5’6”)

1

1 1/8

1 5/8

3 (5’7”–5’9”)

1

1 1/8

1 3/4

4 (5’10”–6’1”)

1

1 1/8

1 3/4

 

* For loosely woven materials, we recommend using a double layer of spunbond to prevent swan down from showing through the main fabric.

Spunbond interlining, 300 cm wide, in meters (double layer): 

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (154–160)

1.73

1.9

2.56

2 (162–168)

1.76

1.94

2.63

3 (170–176)

1.81

1.98

2.72

4 (178–184)

1.84

2.02

2.81

 

Spunbond interlining, 118” wide, in yards (double layer):

Height/Size

XS-S

M-L

XL

1 (5’1”–5’3”)

1 7/8

2 1/8

2 3/4

2 (5’4”–5’6”)

1 7/8

2 1/8

2 7/8

3 (5’7”–5’9”)

2

2 1/8

3

4 (5’10”–6’1”)

2

2 1/4

3 1/8

 

4. Fusible / sew-in knit or woven interfacing, 140 cm (55”) wide, for all sizes in all heights — 0.3 m (3/8 yd). Use fusible / sew-in stay tape to interface the placket edge. Cut 1 cm (3/8”) wide stay tape on the grain. The stay tape may be one-piece or made of several pieces. 

* The sew-in interfacing material (calico) must be preshrunk by being soaked in warm water, rinsed in cool water, and steam-pressed thoroughly while still wet. The total length required is about 50 cm (1/2 yd). You can use fusible stay tape if the fur properties allow steam pressing. 

IMPORTANT! When purchasing fabric, please account for shrinkage and buy 5% more than required. 

5. Swan down insulation — 800 g to 1,000 g. (Those are the approximate volume and weight of a pillow stuffing: 800 g for a 50x70 cm [20” by 27 1/2”] pillow and 1,200 g for a 70x70 cm [27 1/2” by 27 1/2”] pillow). 

6. Knit elastic cord, 0.3–0.5 cm (1/8”–3/16”), in meters/yards:

Sizes

XS-S

M-L

XL

Total elastic cord length, m

2.21

2.44

2.6

Total elastic cord length, yd

2 3/8

2 5/8

2 7/8

 

7. Four double-hole stoppers

8. Four sew-on snaps, 2 cm (3/4”) in diameter

9. Thread matching the faux fur — 1 spool, thread matching the lining fabric — 1 spool

- Sewing machine for construction

- Walking presser foot / quilting presser foot

- Utility knife with a sharp blade for cutting (optional)

Ease type

Ease measurement, cm

Ease measurement, in

Bust line ease, cm

48.1–56.1

18 7/8–22 1/8

Waistline ease

69.4–77.4

27 3/8–30 1/2

Hipline ease

46–54

18 1/8–21 1/4

Upper arm ease, cm

26.7–29.5

10 1/2–11 5/8

Height, cm

Garment length at center back, cm

Sleeve length including shoulder width, cm

1 (154–160)

76.7–77.8

78–80.6

2 (162–168)

79.7–80.8

80–82.5

3 (170–176)

82.7–83.8

82–84.6

4 (178–184)

85.7–86.8

84–86.5

 

Height, ft

Garment length at center back, in

Sleeve length including shoulder width, in

1 (5’1”–5’3”)

30 1/4–30 5/8

30 3/4–31 3/4

2 (5’4”–5’6”)

31 3/8–31 3/4

31 1/2–32 1/2

3 (5’7”–5’9”)

32 1/2–33

32 1/4–33 1/4

4 (5’10”–6’1”)

33 3/4–34 1/8

33 1/8–34

Once the order is paid, within 1 minute you will receive an email with the details of the order and a link to your personal account, where the following will be available for download:

1. The pdf pattern in your chosen height, in the following formats: Letter, A4, A0 and plotter format. The size of the plotter format is indicated in the name of the document. You will need a plotter printer that can print at least 900mm width. Note that for heights 3 and 4 the plotter pattern comes on 2 pages.

2. Detailed instructions which include cutting layouts, construction steps accompanied by photos, as well as instructions on how to work with Vikisews patterns (printing, taping, adjusting, sewing terminology).

If you have any questions, please let us know at info@vikisews.com

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