Stacker Jacket Workshop


9 hours over two consecutive Saturdays



Saturdays 21st & 28th November

10am till 3pm (1/2 hour for lunch)



These utility style jackets are huge at the moment, and what’s not to love about them. They are such a great style with their boxy, cropped fit. This Stacker Jacket is fully lined (do no fear the lining!!!) with oversized patch pockets or flapped inseam pockets for a more traditional look. Featuring a dropped shoulder and classic collar – you will look amazing rocking around at summer BBQs with your one of a kind jacket.


This can be made up in a mid-weight cotton, linen corduroy and wool blends. Why not try a denim? Or use a cotton canvas for a really structured look.


This pattern is suitable for skill levels from fearless beginner and beyond.


Limited to 6 spaces

SKU: N/A Category:

Requirements:  Fabric 2m 140cm wide, lining 1.5m 140cm wide, fusible interfacing .9m (Remember to prewash your fabric & lining). Bring all the notions you need to sew, eg: thread, needles, scissors etc. At this level, we expect you to be using your own sewing machine

Skill Level: Confident Beginner, Intermediate & above. You are a confident sewster and are familiar with using commercial patterns & you have a couple of garments under your belt. The lining is easy to attach than it looks!

Skills taught:

  • Sewing with fabric with a direction – called a ‘nap’ (if this is your fabric of choice)
  • Sewing a collar
  • Set in, dropped Sleeves
  • Attaching a Lining
  • Mitred Corners
  • Flapped in-seam or patch pockets
Class Type

With Pattern, Without Pattern