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Anonymous asked, "Hey! You guy previously mentioned trying to obtain a Sherlock-y coat pattern for all us crafty people. It's kind of a long shot, but the people operating this blog seem to be rather good at tracking down things so I figured I'd ask. Know where one can obtain wool tweed similar to the one the coat is made out of? Thanks! Love the blog, by the way."

Hello! 

Donegal yarns have a wonderful, high quality range of Irish tweeds available to buy on their site. Here’s a coat made with their yarn. As you can see the finished product looks lovely (and quite similar to Sherlock’s coat we think). We recommend the Aran Tweed or Celtic Tweed. 

Hope that helps!



Belstaff Millford CoatAs worn by Sherlock (and wanted by every fangirl/boy in the world)
Pure Irish wool tweed bonded with a sophisticated, ultra-light microporous film, to make it waterproof without altering the natural qualities of comfort and breathability.£1,350 / $2,188 Available at Belstaff’s Conduit Street store in London.Not available online.
BONUS FACTS: The coat was originally part of the F/W 2007 collection, but after the success of Sherlock and the amount of enquiries they had about it Belstaff brought it back into production in 2010 and issued this press release on their website.
As with most of the clothing used in television shows, there are two back-ups of Sherlock’s coat in case one is damaged or lost during filming. That’s £4,050 worth of costume budget gone on just Sherlock’s coat.
The red buttonhole on the coat was added in by the costume department.

Belstaff Millford Coat
As worn by Sherlock (and wanted by every fangirl/boy in the world)

Pure Irish wool tweed bonded with a sophisticated, ultra-light microporous film, to make it waterproof without altering the natural qualities of comfort and breathability.
£1,350 / $2,188 Available at Belstaff’s Conduit Street store in London.
Not available online.

BONUS FACTS: The coat was originally part of the F/W 2007 collection, but after the success of Sherlock and the amount of enquiries they had about it Belstaff brought it back into production in 2010 and issued this press release on their website.

As with most of the clothing used in television shows, there are two back-ups of Sherlock’s coat in case one is damaged or lost during filming. That’s £4,050 worth of costume budget gone on just Sherlock’s coat.

The red buttonhole on the coat was added in by the costume department.