Campbell Jacket and Vest


Campbell Jacket and Vest TRIMLESS ASSEMBLY $9.00 USD (US Dollars)


Campbell Jacket and Vest TRIMLESS ASSEMBLY $10.75 CAD (Canadian Dollars)

Campbell Jacket and Vest TRIM ASSEMBLY $9.00 USD (US Dollars)

Campbell Jacket and Vest TRIM ASSEMBLY $10.75 CAD (Canadian Dollars)

This listing is for a PDF sewing pattern, not a finished item. Purchasers are welcome to sell their finished products. *please do not sell or distribute this pattern, purchase is for one copy only*

The Campbell Jacket and Vest is a reversible* loose fitting unisex kids jacket or vest from size 3m-12y, fully lined with 4 closure options: snaps, buttons, Velcro, or zipper.

Because the seams are fully enclosed, finishing is not necessary, making it a quick and easy sew (even without a serger).

With many options, including decorative facings for contrast and a peplum version, and side seam pockets, you can make many different looks with just one pattern! It can be made with just about any medium to heavyweight fabric, such as woven cotton, flannel, minky, fleece, denim, twill, PUL or other waterproof materials, and even stable knits!

*NEW* This listing now includes a collar add-on.

This file includes size layers (print only the size(s) you need!) and is available in two different versions, trimless or trim assembly. In case you are unfamiliar with these options, here are a few things to consider when choosing between them:

Trim Assembly – While this method is a bit more time consuming, it reduces risk of error, and offers one other huge benefit: If you think you will be using the pattern for multiple sizes, a trimmed pattern is much easier to fold along the tape lines and store. So if you put it together once and leave it intact, and use tracing paper to trace off each size, then you only have to tape it together once. This is a big time saver when you want to make it again later in other sizes.

Trimless Assembly – guidelines are provided for US letter size AND A4 paper size, to overlap and tape it together without trimming. This is a much faster method, HOWEVER, tiny variances in paper size and the way your printer pulls the paper through (which can sometimes be slightly off) can lead to inaccuracy. I recommend putting the pieces together on a window, so you can see through the paper and line everything up exactly.


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*not all closure types are reversible—eg. standard separating zipper and standard technique for buttons

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