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“Brook's coat is just beautiful. I made it in pink, very soft like a million dollars!”
Every little girl needs a sweet little coat in in wardrobe for those chilly days when she needs to wear something warm. This easy style features button loops and covered buttons for closures. Just imagine how much fun you can have making this one up in fun fabrics like chenille or baby corduroy for example. "Brooke" looks absolutely perfect with a skirt, dress or even jeans!
This e-book contains 31 pages with 23 color photographs
Materials needed: fabric, matching thread, covered button forms, hand sewing needle, scissors, straight pins, a rotary cutter, quilter's ruler, cutting mat, and a sewing machine.
Sizes that can be made from this pattern- 3-8
This pattern includes actual pattern pieces for making the bodice and the sleeves.
All the measurements and instructions for making the skirt are included in the pattern.
“Fair use” of this pattern is subject to the following conditions:
There can be No resale or reproduction of this pattern in part or whole without written consent from the designer Dawn Hansen. This includes sharing, tracing or forwarding the pattern to anyone except the original purchaser.
No mass production or large quantity sale is permitted using this pattern (greater than 6 pinafores) without prior consent from the designer Dawn Hansen.
Pinafores made using this pattern for sale must clearly give credit to Olabelhe as the designer of the pinafore.
Brook's coat is just beautiful. I made it in pink, very soft like a million dollars!
I made one of these for my granddaughter using a peach wide-wale corduroy and a calico lining and a matching jumper. She loved it. I made a few more and sold them to friends for their kids. Very versatile pattern. Can be dressed up or down. Easy to sew after the first one.
I made this for my daughter and fell in love! i will keep it for her forever so she can hand it down to her daughter, if she has one hehehehe
I loved making this jacket. Finger pelating was easier than I thought and my daughter loves it. I made one dressy for church and one casual for school. Instructions were easy to follow.
i took alot of pride making this coat for my 4 yr old daughter. it will be something that she can pass on to her own daughter someday. i was lucky enought to find a chenille blanket at an antique store and i also used one of her blankets as a baby as the lining. while this was a simple coat to make, alot of love went into it which makes it that more special. i cant express what it meant to me while making this gorgeous coat. it s simply PERFECT!!!!