Lining Cut For A Coat

Not every pattern has a lining cut mandatory. When some pieces of clothing, also no feed cut is necessary E.g. If a coat or a jacket for a double face fabric was designed. 

There are also tailors who are happy if they have to sew a coat with no lining. On the other side then seam ver clean is more complex if it look good to. Everything has as its advantages and disadvantages, as clothesbliss says.

And Then There Are A Few Reasons Why You Would Like To Have A Feed Cut His Coat Or Jacket:

Dhe Scratches Outer Fabric
or he is loosely woven/knitted, so he is very wind-permeable.
No elaborate seam ver clean-up. Even if one can hardly believe it, but a piece of lining is sewn together really quickly.
Also, better slip the coat with a lining over the clothes and “does not stick” to the body.

In this article we show you how you can easily make a lining cut itself. And as you can see in the figure, you can use even decorative accents with a lining. It looks as a Sun-yellow lining but nice.There are also very beautiful patterned lining fabrics…

Development Of The Chuck Cut

Front Part

You put the front receipt on the front and mark friends
the topping line. Along the line of the document then cut apart the front part.
You need only the lateral cutting unit for the coat lining.

The hem shall be reduced by 2 cm, so that the Chuck flashes not out.

If the DART is very small (up to 1cm), you can get it.

Back Piece

As for front piece, you put the document back and cut along the line of the document.

The rear Center, you’re drawing a parallel to the fold of the lining at the distance of 2 cm.
This is sewn up approx. 3 cm below and above approx. 6 cm and at the waist.

Also for the back piece, the hem is cut 2 cm.


The sleeve seams extends upwards to 1, 5 cm.
You go 0, 5cm outwards from the point.

Now you draw out new sleeves and trims the hem by 2cm.

Don’t forget: As for the Outer fabric to give during cutting of the Chuck the same hem allowance.