The Grainger Coat is here!

We're so thrilled to launch our Grainger Coat pattern!

We'll have more to share about the Grainger during October, but don't forget that if you'd like 15% off, sign up to our email newsletter or become a Muna and Broad Maker or Insider on Patreon.

About the Grainger

The Grainger Coat is an oversized, quilted coat which can be made to hit at the hip or at the thigh.

Use pre-quilted fabric or self-quilt your own fabric if you're looking for a larger project!

Generous pockets in both the hip and thigh-length views have enough room to keep your hands and your phone cozy. The inside of the Grainger can be fully lined or the seams can be finished using a special flat binding finish, choose a coordinating bias tape and your coat will be reversible!

The edges of the Grainger are bound with bias or twill tape (match the fabric or use a contrasting fabric) and the coat is closed with snaps.

Patchworking your Grainger

The Grainger can be the perfect opportunity to use up those scraps of fabric that you couldn't bear to part with! Check out this blog post which shows some detail shots of Emily's amazing improv pieced coat!

If you'd like to start with a smaller project, our Semi-Breve pouch was our August pattern bonus for our Makers and Insiders on Patreon. This small pouch uses many of the same processes as the Grainger Coat, and could be the perfect vehicle for testing out piecing, quilting and finishing the edges with the same binding finish that's used on the Grainger.




We'll be sharing lots of Grainger inspiration on the blog during October, you can get 15% off the pattern by signing up to our email newsletter or 15% off any pattern when you become a Muna and Broad Maker or Insider on Patreon.

2 comments

  • Hi Gail,

    It wasn’t designed with this in mind, no. Of course you could experiment with changing the pattern but it does have a dropped-shoulder and a boxy fit which might not be exactly what you’re after with a vest.

    Jess

    Jess from Muna and Broad
  • Can the Grainger be made as a vest (i.e., without the sleeves?)

    Gail

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