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Every wardrobe should have a good swing coat. It's such a classic style that looks sleek, elegant and contemporary at the same time. Our new pattern, the Sophia Swing Coat, is a twist on the classic swing style. The Sophia features raglan sleeves and a cool back yoke that can feature a contrasting fabric.


Doesn't that black and white scallop really pop the back of the jacket? I also love a classic solid fabric, below you can see the version made in our Crossroads Denim.


Jackets are fun because you can use heavier fabrics like this home decor stripe, which is harder to incorporate in other garments.


I found some great inspiration for making other versions of the Sophia Swing Coat - after all, you can never have too many coats! What kind of Sophia Swing Coat would you make? I am in love with the border print...

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Penny Garrison on

I recently purchased your pattern at a quilting store. Although I like the pattern, as someone who hasn’t sewn any clothing for a few years, it would be extremely helpful to have more pictures. A picture is worth a thousand words!

Desi Liversage on


I bought the Sophie swing coat pattern today – can’t wait to stick all the bits together and make it. Your site offered me a 20% discount with a code. However, when I tried to use it, a message came up saying that it expired in January. It might make you look more professional if you took down the offer from the pattern page as it’s a bit irritating to be offered something and then find it does not really exist.

Indygo Junction Staff on

Thank you for taking the time to write a comment on our blog. I apologize that you had trouble using one of our codes posted on our blog. Our blog writer should have properly noted the expiration date of the code and I’m sorry that was not listed. For that reason, we will be happy to provide you with a 30% discount off your purchase & refund your credit card! I’ve sent you a personal explain explaining. Again, so sorry about that!! Cheryl Pinkman, Director of Operations, Indygo Junction

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