Sunny and Bright – McCall’s 6172 Blazer

It took me longer than I anticipated (doesn’t everything), but I got it done!


I have wanted a bright yellow blazer for a couple of years but never got around to making it until now. I’m so glad I did because I really like it. 

This is a pattern I’ve used before. It’s pretty easy to put this together, although there are a lot of pieces (as with most lined blazers). But, the process is pretty straight-forward. I also like how this pattern gives easy to follow instructions on how to do welt pockets. 

 


I’m wearing this with a dress I made last year M2401 here. Now that it’s finally gotten warm and the snow has melted, I’m looking forward to more Spring/Summer sewing. 

*sorry for the slightly blurry pictures. I think I didn’t have the setting on the camera quite right.

16 thoughts on “Sunny and Bright – McCall’s 6172 Blazer

  1. Love this color and the cut is very smart looking! Did you have to use any special tailoring techniques like sleeve heads, horesehair, etc.? I must admit that the idea of making a tailored jacket is so daunting. Bravo to you!

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