Nyla Jacket Sew-Along

$89

Welcome to Sew Creative Sew-Along! Learn how to make the Nyla Jacket with easy, step by step instructions. Suitable for advanced beginner/intermediate level sewers. Pattern size: Small-3XL

What you'll get:

  • 1 printed pattern ($15 value)

  • 3 instructional videos ($75 value) 
  • 1 live Q/A session ($45 value)
  • 2 Jelly Rolls: 84 two and a half inch strips  ($72 value)
  • 3 yards of African Print Fabric for lining ($19.50 value)

What to do next:

1.  Purchase your pattern and/or supply package below.

2.  Join The Sewing Lounge Facebook Group.

3.  Get ready to have SEW much fun!

Sew-Along Package Value: $226.50

Priced today for $89

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Sew Creative Lounge has suspended all returns until further notice. In order to protect our staff, all sales on merchandise including fabric, masks and sewing supplies are considered final sale.

Customer Reviews

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Theresa Brown
I loved the conference and every order I have received.

I would ask the you included instructions on removing the sticky label off the fabric. I don’t know how to do that. Thanks for everything I can’t wait to order more.

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Lorraine Clinton
Nyla Jacket

I love the jelly roll received for the jacket, I think it will be a beautiful jacket when completed. I plan to start it soon.

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Rosalind James
Beautiful Jacket, you make it look easy!

I have not had a chance to start sewing my jacket yet, but I have opened the pattern and watched the videos. It looks pretty easy to make and I cannot wait to get started. The only reason I marked my review down a little is that it would have been nice to have just a few fitting tips. At a bare minimum, when doing the sleeve and jacket bottom hem, is this a good time to check (and fix) the sleeve and jacket lengths to get it right for the wearer? Or should that be done before cutting out the fabric pieces? Similarly, might the best placement of the buttons be affected by where the wearer's bosom is (or other style and fit places to watch out for to prevent undesirable gaping when wearing the jacket)? Thank you! I cannot wait to get started for this nice fall-season jacket.

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Frances Tyus
Not sure what Nyla means, but its easy to say

I have not started on the jacket but I liked it because it did not have any difficult pieces to it. Looking forward to wearing it. Love the videos.

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Patricia Hasan
Fun and Fabulous

This was the first time I have made a jacket. The instructions were very good. I was concerned about how all those colors would blend together, they

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