Obviously some of you are familiar with this London Lounge Limited Edition cloth. It's a sturdy 650 g sporting tweed, beige ground with greenish and grayish checks, crimsonish overcheck. Now, I've seen an interesting thread by someone who wanted to make it as a 3b, 3 patch. Very nice, but not what I need, for a number of reasons. So I'm thinking 2 button, lined, minimal or no wadding in the shoulders, very light construction (minimal and very light canvas). So a number of details remain to be decided: - Pockets: I'm thinking hip patch, breast welted. I've got a few 3 patch sportscoat, and especially with heavy fabrics I'm beginning to dislike how the breast pocket looks. But perhaps a decidedly sporty and soft coat looks better with 3 patch pockets. Illuminate me. - Stitching: not sure about the technical terminology here (not a native speaker), but I'm undecided between 'double' stitching and a single line of stitches along the edge of the lapels and pockets. I'm leaning towards single stitching, unless you persuade me that double stitching is needed for such a sporty coat. - Sleeve buttons: I'm thinking single button. But is that too sporty if I go for single stitching? Any advice would be much appreciated. Btw, the coat would be for everyday wear, not for country pursuits (I live in a mid-sized British city, and I work on a university campus in the nearby countryside). And I'm 1,75 m tall (well, tall is an overstatement), slim, dark, and with narrow and rounded shoulders.