Intermediate | 1 hour
Taught by Natalie Ebaugh
Cozy up to this fresh take on the quilted coat. The Ara Quilted Overcoat is short-sleeved with double patch pockets and plenty of ease to fit over your favorite chunky sweaters in the winter or just a t-shirt in the spring. Fiber artist, quilter, and sewist Natalie Ebaugh starts this project with you from the beginning, from showing you how to select fabric and batting, to assembling quilt sandwiches and quilting your pattern pieces, to constructing a coat with a bias binding. There are minimal pattern pieces with Natalie's modern design, so you can spend even more time playing with different prints and quilting techniques - and making a whole collection of coats for all year round.
Learn how to:
  • Sew a quilted overcoat
  • Select the right fabric and batting
  • Properly cut out quilt sandwiches for each pattern piece
  • Baste quilt sandwiches
  • Straight-line quilt
  • Make bias tape
  • Bind your seams with bias tape
  • Use a walking foot and edge stitch foot

What you'll get:
  • An easy-to-follow lesson on how to sew the Ara Quilted Overcoat
  • 9 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list and printable pattern PDF
  • Step-by-step expert instruction from sewist and designer Natalie Ebaugh
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students

Chapters
Sew the Art Quilted Overcoat
00:43
01:13
02:40
08:01
17:02
08:02
26:38
33:03
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Cotton batting and quilting cotton for quilt top, lining, and bias tape - find yardage for your size in the PDF
  • 1" bias tape maker
  • ½” (12mm) bias tape maker
  • Muslin fabric or an old blanket
  • Swedish tracing paper or other tracing paper,
  • Machine feet: Regular sewing foot, Walking foot, Edge Stitch foot (do some research to find the right feet for your machine)
  • Machine needles: Schmetz Mictrotex size 70/10, 80/12, 90/14
  • Glass head pins
  • Rotary cutter and cutting mat or fabric shears
  • Thread snips
  • Seam rippers
  • Measuring tape and clear ruler
  • Removable marking tool like chalk pen or removable fabric marker
  • Pencil
  • All-purpose polyester thread - Natalie uses Gutermann Mara 100 All purpose thread from Wawak
  • Hand sewing needles
  • Point turner (optional)
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