Lisa Comfort is a quarterly magazine for those who love to make, travel and explore their creativity.
Issue 6 is packed full with sweet DIYs, a peek inside Lisa’s new home renovation and new homeware range, a fascinating interview with Kat Molesworth of Blogtacular fame, a history of the bomber jacket and, of course, the beautiful vintage-inspired Amelia Jacket!
Meet Amelia The Amelia Jacket is a 1940s-style bomber jacket, named after heroine Amelia Earhart. Designed to be made out of a medium weight woven fabric, it’s a fun sew with some new techniques to master.
It features a bust dart, zipped front, flat collar, full-length set-in sleeves with elasticated cuffs and waistband. The jacket is fully lined for a beautiful neat finish on the inside. It hits the natural waist so it’s the perfect thing to pair with high-waisted trousers, skirts and over dresses.
The pattern comes in sizes 8-20. The print version comes beautifully packaged in its own pattern envelope.