Wool Wrap Coat

Brisk temperatures are here so why not warm up with a cozy wrap coat? This classic style is all about clean lines and versatility.

I love a coat that’s stylish but also serves its purpose to keep me warm! With a wide full-length shawl collar, tie belt and no buttons to fuss over, you can easily wrap up and head out!

I absolutely love this coat and here are all the details on what I used to make it.  

Pattern: Burda Style issue 8/2016 Wrap Coat Style 116 Masterpiece

 Mood Designer Fabrics:

·      Italian Heathered Dirty Moss Wool Blended Coating- Product #307839

·      Rag & Bone Pewter and Black Double Faced Felt-Like Sew-in Interlining-Product # 314619

·      Cream Twill Viscose Lining- Product # 319520

As always, make sure to take your measurements and adjust fit according to your size and style preference.

This particular pattern suggests using a textured herringbone wool. Instead, I decided to go for a softer look so I chose this really pretty heathered wool blend from moodfabrics.com.

For added warmth, I used the double faced sew-in interlining around the entire length of the shawl collar.

The only adjustment I made to the pattern was to shorten the sleeves about 1.5” shorter than suggested.

I also added a decorative contrasting grosgrain ribbon around the inside lining for an added touch. Enjoy!

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 Deep large oversized patch pockets

Deep large oversized patch pockets

 Contrast grosgrain ribbon for added detail and finishing. 

Contrast grosgrain ribbon for added detail and finishing. 

 Hope you've enjoyed! See you over at my next post! :) 

Hope you've enjoyed! See you over at my next post! :)