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From Itch-to-Stitch:

Introducing the Andes Jacket sewing pattern – a versatile and stylish high-thigh length jacket designed to elevate your outerwear game. Crafted especially for fleece-backed softshell fabric, this pattern showcases intriguing seam details for subtle shaping and visual interest. The Andes Jacket boasts a lined hood and an unlined body, striking the ideal balance between warmth and breathability. With softshell fabric’s exceptional water-resistant properties, this jacket is your ideal companion in drizzly or rainy weather, promising not just protection but also a touch of elegance for the season.


  • Options for cup sizes
  • Lined three-piece hood with optional drawstrings on the inside
  • Unlined bodice
  • Sleeves with diagonal seam lines
  • Princess seams from shoulders
  • Ample front pockets with exposed zippers
  • Exposed center front zipped closure
  • High-low hem with a round back
  • Designed for fleece-backed softshell fabric with a touch of stretch

Recommended Fabrics: 

  • Primary Fabric Use fleece-backed softshell fabric with a slight stretch. Fleece-backed softshell fabric with no stretch is acceptable but will be more fitted. Other firm, stable woven fabrics, preferably with a presentable wrong side, are also acceptable.
  • Lining Use lightweight, non-stretch woven fabric (for pocket bags and hood lining).
  • Interfacing Use lightweight fusible woven or weft insertion interfacing.

Skill Level: Intermediate+

Sizes: 00-40