Trench Coat Patterns

There are SO many trench coat patterns from which to choose!  Here are a few ideas:

McVoguerick:
Vogue 8884 (reviews)
McCall's 5525 (reviews)

Independents:
Indygo Junction 740 (reviews)
Sewaholic Robson (reviews)
Style Arc Stella Coat (reviews)
Style Arc Tracy Trench

Burda/BurdaStyle/Burda World Of Fashion:
Burda 7786 (reviews)
Burda 8022 (review)
BWOF 1-2006-101 (reviews)
BWOF 9-2006-103  (reviews)
BWOF 1-2009-129 (review)

Simplicity:
S4084 (reviews)
S2057 (reviews)
S2508 (reviews)
S2311 (reviews)

BeccaA graciously found a boatload of other trench coat patterns.  I've recopied her message here in its entirety along with links to PR reviews that were available.

I have been looking through my stash of Burda Magazines and there are a lot of trench coat and trench style jacket patterns--they seem to publish some each year sometimes more than once in a year. In addition to those listed above:

  • 1/2008 #128 (review)
  • 2/2008 #114 A, B trench jacket pattern with ¾ raglan sleeves—pink pattern with extra instructions (review)
  • 11/2008 #123 in petite sizes (review)
  • 2/2009 #112, 113 trench jacket petite sizes (reviews)
  • 3/2009 #114 (short version), 115, 119, 120 (reviews)
  • 8/2009 #101 (versions A – D)
  • 4/2010 #123 (review)
  • 9/2010 #113  (reviews) ** A few years ago I made this trench. This is a classic looser style trench with set in sleeves, wrist tabs, epaulettes, rain flaps, welt pockets, double breasted button closure, collar with stand, belt. Although I love this trench coat, I want to use a different pattern for a different style this time around. My PR review: (click here)
  • 12/2011 #118
  • 9/2012 #103 – this one is the pattern course with extended instructions including illustrations (not reviewed)
  • 11/2012 #118 (reviews)
  • 12/2013 #101, 102

Other choices include:

  • Ottobre Design 2/2014 # 20 which is a car coat length trench coat with lots of classic details.
  • Marfy 3511 -- a trench with a double breasted neck line tapering to single breasted at the waist (diagonal top closure) which is listed in the latest catalogue but doesn't seem to be available online yet.
  • Marfy 3201 with a capelet, 3195 with set in sleeves, and 2918 with raglan sleeves and a vertical zippered pocket on the chest.

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  1. I have been looking through my stash of Burda Magazines and there are a lot of trench coat and trench style jacket patterns--they seem to publish some each year sometimes more than once in a year. In addition to those listed above:
    1/2008 #128
    2/2008 #114 A, B trench jacket pattern with ¾ raglan sleeves—pink pattern with extra instructions
    11/2008 #123 in petite sizes
    2/2009 #112, 113 trench jacket petite sizes
    3/2009 #114 (short version), 115, 119, 120
    8/2009 #101 (versions A – D)
    4/2010 #123
    9/2010 #113 ** A few years ago I made this trench. This is a classic looser style trench with set in sleeves, wrist tabs, epaulettes, rain flaps, welt pockets, double breasted button closure, collar with stand, belt. Although I love this trench coat, I want to use a different pattern for a different style this time around. My PR review: http://sewing.patternreview.com/review/pattern/61695
    12/2011 #118
    9/2012 #103 – this one is the pattern course with extended instructions including illustrations
    11/2012 #118
    12/2013 #101, 102

    Other choices include:
    Ottobre Design 2/2014 # 20 which is a car coat length trench coat with lots of classic details.
    Marfy 3511 -- a trench with a double breasted neck line tapering to single breasted at the waist (diagonal top closure) which is listed in the latest catalogue but doesn't seem to be available online yet.
    Marfy 3201 with a capelet, 3195 with set in sleeves, and 2918 with raglan sleeves and a vertical zippered pocket on the chest.

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    1. Holy! Thanks Becca! What a fantastic list!

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  2. Im glad I found this I want to do a trench coat, and needed some help finding patterns!! thanks for the posting :)

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  3. I am a Sewaholic fan after finding the Robson . . . hands down it's the best.

    Cheers,

    Lyric

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