Riding Jacket 18" Doll Clothes Pattern

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The Riding Jacket PDF Pattern, designed by ReadCreations, is the perfect addition for anyone who loves horses. This is a lined jacket with multiple pocket options. Instructions on how to use working buttons and snaps are included. If you prefer a hook and loop tape closure with decorative buttons, don't worry, those instructions are also included. This jacket is such a versatile pattern and only the sky is the limit. Turn it into a school uniform or even a tuxedo for a boy doll. Instructions for boy and girl jackets are both included.

Complete the look with the coordinating Riding Pants pattern.  

Recommended Fabrics:  light suiting fabric, cotton, polyester or similar fabric

Supplies Needed:
-1/3 yard of light suiting fabric, cotton, polyester or similar fabric
-1/3 yard lining fabric
-Closure (pick one choice)
- ¼” x 3 ½” hook and loop tape + 3x buttons (non-functioning without buttonholes) or iron on studs (about 3/8” diameter)
-3x buttons, about 3/8” diameter (functioning with buttonholes)
-3x snaps, about 3/8” diameter
-4x optional small buttons or iron-on studs for cuff buttons (1/8” – ¼” in diameter)

Skill Level:  Intermediate

What You Get: One 23 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.

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NH
08/28/2020
Nikki H.
United States United States
Fantastic pattern!

This pattern is complete and easy to follow, with clear instructions. I enjoyed using it to make a “men’s” suit jacket, and plan to use it many times in the future. I highly recommend it!

Pixie Faire Riding Jacket 18 Doll Clothes Pattern Review
KB
02/29/2020
Kevin B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Riding jacket

This was great pattern easy to use and follow. Made it in red felt with navy lining and my granddaughters love it.

Pixie Faire Riding Jacket 18 Doll Clothes Pattern Review
BC
12/19/2019
Becky C.
United States United States
Riding jacket,18” doll clothes pattern

Thank you, the pattern fit perfectly! My granddaughter saw an outfit in a popular doll catalog and liked it. This jacket worked well for a winter sledding outfit!

KF
06/21/2018
Karole F.
United States
Love This Pattern

I bought this pattern to make a long jacket, so just lengthened the sides and did everything else as per the directions. I love the results. Directions are easy to follow, and very simple for a jacket. (I did not add the pocket flaps which made it very easy.)

J
03/05/2018
Jennifer
Bryan, TX
So far so good

I ordered this mainly to make a tuxedo jacket. The pattern seems very straightforward except I’m a little confused on how to make the front look more like the tuxedo front. I have been ordering several of the patterns from this site and have been very happy with them all.