Our Belmore Jacket!

Our Belmore Jacket!


The Belmore Jacket, is a versatile outer layer, which can be made from a variety of different fabrics. It's perfect for scrapbusting and even colour-blocking!

We've got a free sew-along video on our Youtube Channel, which makes this beginner friendly project even easier!


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The Belmore Jacket details

With hidden inseam pockets and a modern collar, The Belmore's  gorgeous sleeve facing means you can choose between wearing your sleeves cuffed or uncuffed!

This boxy jacket hits at the low hip and is designed to pair with our existing patterns! Make your Belmore from denim, medium-heavyweight linen, boiled wool, cotton canvas, cotton twill, corduroy, or even lightweight wool coating.

You can choose to finish all the internal seams with hong kong binding, like Leila has done below. We step you through the process, but you can also see it on our free sew-along video.


Fabric for your Belmore Jacket

The Belmore Jacket is perfect for all seasons- up the coziness of your jacket by changing the fabric! A linen Belmore will be perfect for keeping the sun off, or beating the chill of the air-con. Denim or cotton-twill will make a versatile trans-seasonal piece. Make the Belmore from boiled wool or wool coating for peak snuggle factor!

At the top, Leila wears her colour-blocked denim Belmore- which is made from leftovers from the jeans-making process. She's paired her Belmore with a grey marle merino Tarlee T-Shirt. Above, you can see Leila in her linen Belmore with a linen Torrens Box Top and linen Glebe Pants.

Also Above, I'm wearing an 8oz chambray Belmore Jacket with a liberty print Waikerie Shirt and natural linen Glebe Pants. Below, I'm wearing my linen Belmore with a bamboo Tarlee T-Shirt and pink linen Glebe Pants.


Want to line your Belmore?

The April '21 Pattern Bonus for our Muna and Broad Patreon Makers and Insiders is Belmore lining pieces (in A0 and print-at-home files) and instructions for adding a lining to your Belmore Jacket!

Below, you can see Leila's lined Belmore Jacket, which she lined with fabric from MollyMolly in Australia! Signing up as a Maker or Insider on Patreon gives you access to not only the pattern bonus for the current month, but also all previous pattern bonuses and other Patreon content!



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