For the jacket I used the "bagging the lining" technique I used before. This time I changed the way of working in the corner where the front facing meets the lining. I used the book Jackets for real people for this, but have seen it described somewhere else too. Because I wanted to do it once again to remember the steps I did it again tonight and made pictures to share it with you. It's not the full description of bagging a lining, just this corner, illustrated with pictures and in my own words.
Step 1: Mark the corner where front and facing meet. In my example it's easy to see on the facing part, as I in general don't interface the seam allowances. the hem allowance is 5 cm (2 inch). As this is only a sample, the "front" is not completely marked for seam lines.
Sew the front facing to the front exactly till the marked point.
Step 2: The lining is exactly the length of the jacket, no hem allowance needed with the 5 cm hem allowance at the front.
Sew the lining to the front facing untill approximately 5 cm above the hem (marked point)
Step 3: sew the lining to the hem with a 1 cm seam (3/8 inch), the stitchline starts a little after the vertical stitchline and stops little before that on the other side.(the book suggests a longer length to be left open, but this is enough). The picture shows the hem at the top!
Step 4: Clip to the marked point ONLY on the front of the jacket.
Step 5: Fold up the hem of the jacket, right sides together.
The lining is folded in between the layers.
Step 6: Sew from the marked point to the first stitching of front facing to lining (as described in step 2)
This is how it looks now.
Step 7: Trim the facing/hem where needed, when turned the inside looks like this, the lining has a "jumped hem", which means there is a bit of lining hanging down, which provides extra ease. I know there is another method for this, which does not have a jumped hem, but that's an experiment for another time.