Grainline Morris Blazer in Quilted Knit

Bonnie made a Grainline Morris Blazer from our lovely quilted knit fabric!
Bonnie made a Grainline Morris Blazer from our lovely quilted knit fabric!

The Morris Blazer is a deceptively simple pattern that results in a polished but comfortable blazer you can dress up or down. The quilted knit is a unique fabric that is wash-and-wear! This blazer will definitely become a wardrobe staple…

Pattern: Grainline Studio Morris Blazer

Pattern Description: “The Morris Blazer is the perfect mix of casual and cool. It will quickly become the go-to garment to complete any outfit. With a mixture of drape and structure, bracelet length sleeves, and gentle shawl collar, it looks great dressed up or down. It works up well in fabrics with stretch, making it comfortable on top of everything else!”

Pattern Sizing: Pattern includes sizes 0-18. Bonnie made this version in a size 6 graded out to an 8.

Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelop once you were done sewing it? Yes.

Were the instructions east to follow? For the most part, yes. The instructions for attaching the bottom facing get a little confusing. (Luckily, Grainline Studio has a sew-along for this pattern, available here.)

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? The finishing details are really nice and add a polished touch to the blazer.

Fabric Used: A soft quilted knit in navy. It has some heft and a little stretch, making it comfortable and flattering.

Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: Bonnie added 2″ to the sleeve length (the pattern is for “bracelet”-length sleeves). This fabric was thick enough that she did not use interfacing. The back center seam is nice for making adjustments to fit.

Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? Yes! It’d be nice to have one in the black quilted knit as well!

Conclusions: Bonnie recommends checking the shoulder width before sewing in the sleeves, and trim excess if necessary — the shoulders tend to run a bit wide. Overall this is a great pattern that makes a classic blazer that’ll never go out of style!


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