Sew a classic moto jacket made especially for curves with the Canton Moto Jacket! Here are a few of our favorite fabric choices for this timeless and edgy wardrobe staple.
Rev up your wardrobe with the Canton Moto Jacket! The newest pattern to join the Cashmerette lineup, the Canton is designed for curves with sizes 0-32 and cup sizes C-H, princess seams, back fisheye darts, and two-piece sleeves with a full bicep option—and of course, the classic biker-style details that make this a timeless piece for your wardrobe.
The Canton is designed for mid- to heavy-weight woven fabrics such as boiled wool, boucle, jacquard, denim, vinyl, or leather. Low-stretch woven fabrics will also work. For the lining, you’ll want to use a lightweight woven fabric such as rayon Bemberg or crepe de chine.
Sophisticated solids and neutrals
Choosing a solid neutral fabric will give your Canton Moto Jacket a polished and sophisticated spin. You’re sure to get tons of mileage out of your solid Canton.
A solid and bold statement piece
A pop of color is sure to add a dash of panache to your Canton. Choosing a solid, bold color will transform your moto jacket into a statement piece that you’ll love wearing again and again.
Make a splash with faux leather
Give your Canton an edge with faux leather and you don’t even have to stick with black. Try a navy, white or wine hue and you’ll be turning heads.
No need to stick to solids when it comes to your Canton. Add a bit of flair with a pattern! From a herringbone to a windowpane, you can elevate your moto jacket and showcase your personality.
A fun floral print could offer a beautiful and interesting juxtaposition to your moto jacket. Choose a feminine tweed coating or a floral jacquard for a stunning and surprising take on the Canton.
Take it up a notch with texture
Texture can go a long way when it comes to creating a one-of-a-kind statement piece. Why not try a tweed, faux fur, or basketweave? Add a pop of pizzazz to your wardrobe with a fun texture especially when combined with a pop of color.
Get creative with lining
Playing with lining is a wonderful way to add subtle visual interest. Try a trendy stripe or polka dot and give them a glimpse of something a little less ordinary.
Let’s start sewing!
We hope you found a fabric (or two… or ten) that you’ve fallen in love with. Start sewing your Canton and share your makes with #CantonJacket and #Cashmerette so we can see your fabulous fabric choices.