Fabric for your Belmore Jacket

Our Belmore Jacket is designed to be sewn with a wide variety of woven fabrics!

Choosing different fabrics will take your Belmore from Summer to Winter, making this a pattern that you can use throughout the year!

Our recommended fabrics include denim, medium-heavyweight linen, corduroy, lightweight wool coating, boiled wool, cotton canvas, and cotton twill. In this post, we've rounded up some of our Belmore Jackets!

 

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Medium-weight and heavy-weight linens

Leila and I both made ourselves a linen Belmore Jacket, mine (above) is a medium-weight and Leila (below) used a heavier-weight linen. We love how linen can be relaxed and fancy depending on how you wear it!

  • A+R Fabrics ships world-wide and has a great variety of medium-weight linen fabric
  • Fabric Godmother in the UK has a large selection of linen
  • Stoff & Stil is EU based and has a variety of linen blends
  • Drapers Fabrics ships world-wide and has a variety of mostly patterned and printed linens

 

 

A denim & a cotton Belmore

The blue of denim is neutral that seems to work with everything! Below, you can see Leila's Belmore Jacket which she scrap-busted from heavyweight rigid denim that was left over from her recent jeans-making. Above, you can see my 8oz cotton chambray Belmore, which I've been reaching for a lot.

Check out our roundup of where to shop heavy-weight denims here.

 

Other fabrics for your Belmore

We'd love to see how you experiment with the Belmore Jacket and make it your own. Double gauze, cotton waffle, pre-quilted, and slinky tencels would all make for delightful options!

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