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Ruffler Peasant Jacket Sewing Pattern

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Author Whimsy Couture
Price $9.00
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by KathyP
on January 19th, 2013

“this jacket was very easy to sew, the pattern is easy to follow and finished product looks great”

SEWING PATTERN for making a RUFFLER PEASANT JACKET:
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This tutorial requires basic to advanced sewing skills!
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You will receive: ONE (1) sewing pattern with tutorial and patterns for all sizes ranging 0m-12 girls!
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Here is what you will find in the tutorial:

-nested digitally traced PDF templates for the armholes (no full sized jacket template!!!)
-colored pictures with detailed instructions from the very beginning!
-sizing chart to cut bodice pieces, sleeves and neckline band
-pattern comes on PDF files!
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This jacket has a fun high collar to make it a great essential for any season! It is self lined and has buttons down the front. The length hits anywhere from mid-thigh to knee depending on how tall the wearer is. The fit is generous! As an option you can omit the buttons and use a longer ribbon for tying in the front. The sleeves are extra long for folding up. Made out of a plain solid outer material, this jacket provides a nice background for appliqu├ęs!

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You will need: fabric for outer and inner jacket, a sewing machine, no serger needed!, scissors, iron, straight pins, buttons (optional), grosgrain ribbon and basic sewing skills!

by KathyP
on January 19th, 2013

this jacket was very easy to sew, the pattern is easy to follow and finished product looks great