11th Doctor "Anniversary" Waistcoat Sewing Pattern - Doctor Who, Matt Smith, Eleventh Doctor Cosplay Vest Pattern

11th Doctor "Anniversary" Waistcoat Sewing Pattern - Doctor Who, Matt Smith, Eleventh Doctor Cosplay Vest Pattern



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This is a sewing pattern for the 11th Doctor's "anniversary" waistcoat, as worn by Matt Smith in DOCTOR WHO.

This waistcoat was extensively researched and meticulously drafted to be as faithful to the originals as possible. The pattern includes men's sizes 34-52.

Visit the "Doctor Who Costume Guide" for a FREE sewing tutorial intended for use with this pattern!


The tutorial contains a wealth of information not on the printed instructions, including construction photos, diagrams, and fitting tips. It's also available as a free, downloadable PDF.

The pattern is printed on large-format paper and a printed copy of text-only instructions is included.

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Stephanie Boohar Jun 19, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

So happy to receive this item! You make great patterns and I'm looking forward to sewing with this one. Love your Doctor Who pattern line and will definitely plan to purchase more as you add items to your repertoire. (Capaldi's costume items, perhaps?? Hint, hint!)

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eggdoom Jul 11, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

Bad Wolf Costumes' sewing patterns are great! A few years ago, I used his Voyager jumpsuit pattern to make uniforms for myself and my family. The research analysis and sewing tutorial were both enormously helpful in my understanding of how to put these uniforms together. Because of the yoke quilting, top-stitching, and mitered trim, the DS9/NEM jacket is a bit more complex, but it's not that bad. Again, the tutorial is very helpful! I found the trickiest parts of the process to be: a) attaching the shoulder point onto the sleeve; and b) keeping my top-stitching straight around the armscye. Finding an acceptable dark grey cavalry twill for the yoke also proved difficult. In the end, I custom dyed some off-white wool using ProChem's Mouse Grey Washfast acid dye at 2,6% depth of shade. Thanks for a great pattern!

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Scott Wright Jan 23, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Amazing, easy to read and follow pattern! I love the versatility with the different sizes included and options for hoods. It was a quick easy sew that I thoroughly enjoyed. Can't wait to make this cape a part of my cosplay!

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husnak Jul 24, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

I've had this pattern on my radar for awhile now. Shipping was timely and the pattern arrived in pristine condition. I haven't made it yet, so I can't comment on how easy or difficult it was to sew, but when I do, I'll write another review. I appreciate the link to the detailed construction tutorial supplied with the pattern.

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