BackLacing Blazer


With a laced up back, this blazer can be modified in size. The detail serves as an eye-catcher, making this snug fitting blazer memorable.


Spring calls for light blazers that can compliment each outfit. This little jacket sports a low-cut collar, very narrow puff-sleeves, and a lacing in the back. It’s made with light wool fabric, and contrast coloured lining silk to serve as an eye-catching garment. Feel free to use denim or even leather for this laced up blazer.

The pdf-pattern (dl-size 4,3Mt) includes a pattern sheet in five sizes (32-40) and a fully illustrated tutorial on how to sew the blazer. The tutorial is written in Finnish and English.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 32: shoulder width 12.5, bust 29.9, back length 14.1, circumference of sleeve 11, length of sleeve 22.8
  • 34: shoulder width 13.3, bust 31.4, back length 14.9, circumference of sleeve 11.8, length of sleeve 23.6
  • 36: shoulder width 14.1, bust 33, back length 15.7, circumference of sleeve 12.5, length of sleeve 24.4
  • 38: shoulder width 14.9, bust 34.6, back length 16.5, circumference of sleeve 13.3, length of sleeve 25.1
  • 40: shoulder width 15.7, bust 36.2, back length 17.3, circumference of sleeve 14.9, length of sleeve 25.9


  • light wool fabric, 60 inch wide, 1 yard(ish)
  • lining silk, 60″ wide, 1 yard(ish)
  • rigilene tape, 36 for the largest size
  • satin ribbon for the lacing
  • one large button

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine/ serger
  • printer, paper, and tape to put the pattern together
  • notions You like to use when sewing