Product: Download: Pattern Parka
Download: Pattern Parka
Pattern contains two parka in sizes 36-46.

Pattern Parka

Parka Mäntel auf dem Laufsteg
Inspiration Runway: Parka coats by Scervino and Ferragamo.

The parka is a long anorak or also coat with hood. It is often lined or has a usable lining and often a separate hood to button on. The Inuit in the Arctic developed the first version of the Parkas we know today. The name “parka” comes from the language Inuktitut (parqaaq) and means “heat”. The women made insulating short coats from animal skins and made them waterproof by coating them with fish oil. The parka, also called Alaska, found its way into the US Army and the Bundeswehr in the 1940s, establishing itself worldwide as a winter garment. Design became a big trend in the 70s and 80s. In this article you get an insight into the Parka models by means of the technical drawing, the detailed description and the size table. In this article we also suggest suitable fabrics for sewing. The calculation of the fabric consumption helps to find a suitable material.

 

Download: Pattern Parka

Pattern contains two parka in sizes 36-46.

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Pattern Parka

This pattern contains two different parka in sizes 36-48.

Details of the classic Parka

Technische Zeichnung zum klassischen Parka

  • Straight silhouette
  • Drawstring in the waist
  • Back cut longer
  • Flap pockets with press studs
  • Hood with dividing seams

 

 

Size Table

Größentabelle für den Parka auf dem Schnittmuster

 

Pattern pieces

Teile des Schnittmuster für den klassischen Parka

 

Fabric Consumption

(fabric with a width of 1.40 m  ✂ on the fold)

  • Size 36:     2,50 m
  • Size 38:     2,50 m
  • Size 40:     2,55 m
  • Size 42:     2,65 m
  • Size 44:     2,70 m
  • Size 46:     2,70 m

(lining fabric with a width of 1.40 m  ✂ on the fold)

  • Size 36:     1,50 m
  • Size 38:     1,50 m
  • Size 40:     1,50 m
  • Size 42:     1,65 m
  • Size 44:     1,65 m
  • Size 46:     1,65 m

(Waist band 3 cm wide)

  • Size 36:     21,5 cm
  • Size 38:     22,0 cm
  • Size 40:     22,5 cm
  • Size 42:     23,0 cm
  • Size 44:     23,5 cm
  • Size 46:    24,0 cm

Fabric recommendation

Robust fabrics like Popeliene, Denim or Oilskin/ waxed cotton

Details of the asymmetric Parka

 

Technische Zeichnung zum asymmethrischen Parka

  • Asymmetric silhouette
  • Drawcord at hem and waist
  • Back longer cut with slit
  • Side pockets

Size Table

Größentabelle für den Parka auf dem Schnittmuster

 

Pattern Pieces

Teile des Schnittmuster für den asymmetrischen Parka

 

Fabric Consumption

(fabric with a width of 1.40 m  ✂ on the fold)

  • Size 36:     2,15 m
  • Size 38:     2,15 m
  • Size 40:     2,15 m
  • Size 42:     2,20 m
  • Size 44:     2,25 m
  • Size 46:     2,25 m

(lining fabric with a width of 1.40 m  ✂ on the fold)

  • Size 36:     2,00 m
  • Size 38:     2,00 m
  • Size 40:     2,05 m
  • Size 42:     2,05 m
  • Size 44:     2,05 m
  • Size 46:     2,05 m

(band for hem)

  • Size 36:     150,0 cm
  • Size 38:     154,0 cm
  • Size 40:     158,0 cm
  • Size 42:     162,0 cm
  • Size 44:     166,0 cm
  • Size 46:     170,0 cm

(band for waist)

  • Size 36:     120,0 cm
  • Size 38:     124,0 cm
  • Size 40:     128,0 cm
  • Size 42:     132,0 cm
  • Size 44:     136,0 cm
  • Size 46:     140,0 cm

Fabric recommendation

Robust fabrics like Popeliene, Denim or Oilskin/ waxed cotton

 

Patternmaking Techniques Denim Jackets

Instructions for the pattern construction of four different denim jackets.

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Product: Download: Pattern Parka
Download: Pattern Parka
Pattern contains two parka in sizes 36-46.

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