I don't own an unlined jacket, or a jacket with patch-pockets, so I am looking at the internet for examples of what I am making.
The instructions for this jacket are either for a more advanced sewist, or very vague. I haven't decided which. First it was the bias-tape instructions. They were horrible. I tried, but ended up making bias-tape my own way since Vogue's way only ended with a mess of fabric strips. When I make this jacket again, I think I will buy bias-tape. Also, I was supposed to simply sew on the tape with a regular foot. If I didn't happen to have a bias foot, I would have never been able to do it.
Then I started the lined-patch-pockets. My first pockets looked horrible. After watching some good and bad Youtube videos, I was able to make some nice pockets. This was a good video. Again, very vague instructions by Vogue.
Thanks for stopping.