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UL Windshell Template/Pattern Bundle - Learn MYOG


UL Windshell Template/Pattern Bundle - Learn MYOG


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    1. NOTE - This is the pattern/hard copy bundle. If you’d like to purchase the digital pattern only, click here.

      Now updated for 2024! Patterns take the guesswork out of the making process. We’ve all been halfway through a project and realized that we forgot a crucial part.

      With patterns from Learn MYOG, you can bet on yourself to make kick ass items.

      Custom gear used to cost a lot of money. But with patterns like the UL Windshell pattern from Learn MYOG, you can have a personalized shell for a fraction of the cost.

      A great shell is versatile, and this one is no different. Made with one of the suggested fabrics, it is water resistant, wind resistant, and breathable (for a shell) so it’s the item you’ll always have in your pack.

      UL Windshell Features

      • Redesigned pattern from ground up for better fit and to layer perfectly with Alpha Raglan Hoodie
      • Full-zip weather resistant shell with zippered hand pockets
      • Deep seam raglan sleeves that avoid shoulder strap discomfort and maximize range of motion
      • Redesigned three-piece fitted hood with brim stiffener that won't blow off in wind
      • Highly packable and truly UL at only 3 ounces for size medium in 1.0oz HyperD fabric including hand pockets!

      The UL Windshell pattern helps you create the layering system you’ve always wanted. Great features, great fabrics, and a great pattern put you in the driver seat of your gear. Now you don’t have to settle for store bought gear and you don’t have to mortgage your house to get it made.

      Sewing Skill Level - Advanced Beginner

      Read more about skill level in the ‘More info’ tab

      NOTE - This is a digital product that will be delivered automatically to the email you input at checkout. If you haven't received your pattern package within 24 hours of checkout, please contact us directly .

      Downloadable PDF sewing pattern includes

      • Print at home pattern suitable for both Letter and A4 sized paper
      • Large format pdf for A0 and 36" x 48" paper
      • Detailed step-by-step sewing instructions
      • Illustrated construction methods and techniques
      • Complete list of recommended materials
      • Peer reviewed and tested sewing pattern and instructions
      • Video sewalong series showing start-to-finish of a fresh build!

      LearnMYOG patterns are for personal, non-commercial use only.

    2. Paired with a mid-layer (like the Alpha Raglan Hoodie pattern), this shell will provide puffy jacket-like qualities without having to pack both items.

      A great shell also has a good fit. This jacket has Raglan sleeves which allow for a high range of motion and move the seams low on the chest to avoid hot spots. A well-fitted hood with brim stiffener and optional cord channel help keep your visibility even when the weather goes awry. Detailed illustrations to help you taper the fit to your body.

      Sewing Skill Level - Advanced Beginner

      While a beginner can make this project, familiarity with sewing terms and construction techniques is expected. For best results, a serger is recommended. A zig zag or overcast stitch will work but results may vary based on individual skill. This is a great beginner garment pattern with technical ultralight woven fabrics. Make a prototype and have fun!

      Body Measurements and Fit Guide

      Detailed instructions on getting a great fit are included. Sizing covers wide range of chest sizes measuring 32 inches up to 52 inches corresponding to RTW sizing XXS to XXL. Custom fit adjustments are illustrated within the instructions. In the photos, I'm (6'0" tall, 170 lbs, 39" chest) wearing a size medium. See pattern preview photo in gallery above for finished garment sizes.

      Suggested Materials



    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Novice Sewer
    Great Pattern!

    This was my first article of clothing I've attempted to sew. I made mistakes, but learned a lot. The Wind Shell turned out good enough that now my Father-in-Law wants me to make one for him too. Would recommend.

    Congrats on your first DIY clothing project! We're glad to hear the project went well and hopefully, it wasn't as scary as it seamed. ;)