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Make an Asymmetrical Design

Check out how to add an asymmetrical zippered style to a basic jacket pattern.

Threads magazine - 190 - April/May 2017 Issue

Evamarie Gomez; Videographer: Gary Junken

In this video excerpted from One Pattern, Many Ways Volume 2, pattern designer and television personality Angela Wolf demonstrates how turn a basic jacket pattern into an asymmetrical zipped style. This video tutorial can be used in conjunction with the “Pattern Hack: Make it Moto” article in Threads #190 (April/May 2017).

Also, don’t miss another tutorial in which Angela shares her method for changing a sleeve pattern to add a quilted zippered cuff.

In One Pattern, Many Ways with Angela Wolf, Vol. 2, she shows you how to get the most from her Evelyn Dress and Jacket pattern. You can follow along as you sew one or both garments for yourself. Learn more and purchase your copy today!

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  1. User avater user-4363089 April 22nd

    I love this video.It absolutely fearless pattern making and styling of the jacket.

  2. LuvThreadsMagazine April 19th

    Evmez,

    WOW! It's like a foray into feature films, all about fashion. Thank you for this!

    Angela is so encouraging, and fearless (she the sewing world's Karen Allen in "Raiders of the Lost Ark").

    Your directorial style comes through in every shot.

    A fan from way back

  3. MaryThomas1989 April 10th

    This is absolutely insane. I am in love with this guide!

  4. User avater KarlaB April 5th

    What a great tutorial. I love the front angled zip seam, which would be more figure flattering for me, I think. And what a great thing to be able to confidently change a pattern I have that I already know fits me! Thank you Threads and Angela!

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