The hooded Landgate Anorak is chic yet workaday and features a drawstring waist and side and front pocket options. A style for both men and women.
Tissue paper pattern in card envelope with instructions.
This is a multi-size paper pattern including sizes XS – XL
1.5cm seam allowance is included in the pattern unless otherwise stated
All decorative top stitching is optional
For the men’s pattern you can lengthen the pattern where indicated.
Skill level: intermediate
Multi-size pattern, but check the finished measurements and size chart before cutting
If in doubt, make a toile
Please note, this is a ‘pull over your head’ jacket so you will need room to manoeuvre. If you are unsure whether to make a small or medium for example, we recommend going for the larger size.
Medium to heavyweight wovens work best for this outerwear garment
Denim, oilcloth, fulled or felted wool, an old blanket, heavier linen, gabardine, twill, drill
See images for M&M’s charts (scroll down through images)
2.5 metres of 15mm/25mm webbing or a fairly chunky (5-8mm) drawstring cord
Optional 2 metal eyelets approx 7mm internal diameter (or you can stitch your own buttonholes)
Fusible interfacing for pockets and buttonholes/eyelets
0.25 metre lining for side pocket bags
16cm metal zip
Wash your fabric before making on a cycle that matches your fibre and fabric construction – generally no more than 30˚c, and with mild detergent.
M&M recommend pre washing your denim before sewing. Putting a large piece of medium-heavy weight denim into the washing machine can sometimes lead to white creases in the denim, because it is a stiff fabric so it doesn’t have room to move around. Pre-washing also ensures you remove any further fabric shrinkage (most fabric manufacturers state 3-5% additional shrinkage, or for our denims it will be approximately 2.5cm in the length only).
We recommend doing the following to help creasing not happen, and to prevent shrinkage after making:
Wash your denim on its own for the first wash. You don’t need to use detergent if you don’t want to, and you can even just use a rinse cycle
Wet the fabric first before putting it into the drum if you can
If you can break up your denim fabric into half this will help. Or if you have your pattern already you may be able to break it into smaller parts by looking at the lay plan – leave some wiggle room!
For the first wash use a delicate 30 degree cycle with a low spin
If any white creases develop, ironing whilst still damp will help
Do not tumble dry (general rule of thumb is not to tumble dry denim anyway)
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