I’ve been holding on to this jacket for about a month now, waiting for the new owner to come and collect! And the fabric’s been hanging around even longer! If you’ve been following for a while, you’d have seen I started a Work in Progress Wednesday post, and the inner workings of this jacket were the very first of those! Now you get to see the finished article, worn by Daughter No 1. The pattern used is Moto Jacket 105 from September 2017.
I am so glad that I used a different fabric on the inside of the cuffs, waistband, ollar and for the facings. Daughter No 1 likes to wear the jacket with the cuffs rolled up once, so you get to see the black fabric. It has a line of sparkle through it so it’s a little something different. I also love the silver zippers and snaps, they work brilliantly with the colours of the fabric. The lining is blue herringbone viscose, left over from a coat I made for myself around 10 years ago, I was really chuffed that there was enough to be able to use.
Daughter No 1 loves this jacket, it can be smart or casual, dressing an outfit up or down. I love using fabrics and patterns in this way. Here it’s worn with a boat neck Lark Tee and a pair of jeans, and it looks great! She wore this jacket with a white tee, black jeans and trainers to the Stitching Show last week, and the outfit was perfect. It will also look fabulous with the black crepe Pulmu Skirt I made her last year.
9 thoughts on “Linton Tweed Biker Jacket”
Great jacket, Anne. So well thought out with all the fabrics you pulled together – congratulations!
Thanks Del! I’m glad to have finally been able to use that fabric!
It looks so lovely!
I love the combination of classic fabric with casual jacket pattern, lovely!
Thanks, it’s nice to mix things up! 🙂
What a fabulous modern way to use tweed. I love the biker jacket.
Love the fabric with the pattern. And so beautifully made of course! Lucky daughter.