The Paulin smock kids & teens
Built to last !
The smock, an indispensable staple for sailors, is defined by the historic needs of the job. Originally, sailors would make their smocks from old sails of their boats, a very durable fabric. They would be protected from the wind and the cold, whether they were at sea or back at port. The split collar of Paulin is closed by one single button and can be raised to protect from a strong wind. The two patch pockets are perfect for budding youngsters to keep their hands warm and for hiding a multitude of treasures. With a loose fit, the pattern retains an authentic silhouette.
By making Paulin, you are not only sewing for your children, but for your grandchildren and great-grandchildren because this work jacket can be passed on from generation to generation.
- Light to heavyweight denim, cotton canvas between 150-250 gr/m2.
YARDAGE (in cm for 140 cm (54") width)
- Standard thread
- Heavy topstitching thread
- 1 button with a 15mm diameter
- If your fabric is heavyweight, cut the facings out of cotton poplin in the same color to reduce bulkiness. You will need approximately 30 cm of fabric.
How do digital patterns work?
You will receive an email containing a unique URL to download your pattern directly after your purchase is complete. This pattern will be delivered to you in .zip file format and will need to be opened on a computer as iPads cannot read these files.
What files are included in the .zip folder?
- Print at home pattern (A4-LETTER)
- A0/wide copyshop file
- Instruction booklet (French-English-Spanish)
Can I sell garments that I’ve made using Readytosew’s patterns ?
Our patterns are for home use only, and any commercial use is strictly prohibited. We take intellectual property very seriously. All patterns in the catalog are subject to intellectual property. You cannot launch a clothing line from a Readytosew pattern even if you make some changes to the pattern.