Get a fresh new look with the cropped motorcycle jacket featured in the Liberty Jane Spring 2014 Euro Libby Outfit: Peleton! Whether your doll is riding in France or shopping with friends, she will look fabulous in this trendy cropped jacket. Mixing tweed and lace gives the classic motorcycle jacket a fresh new twist.
This fully lined jacket includes a separating zipper, epaulettes and lace accents. Try using a faux suede or leather for the collar to give it that trendy look.
Suggested fabrics include lightweight tweed, linen, denim or faux leather. When choosing a lace fabric, be sure to double check the scale of the pattern so it’s not too big for the doll!
What You Get: One 24 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.Download, Print, Sew!
The Liberty Jane® Euro Libby: Piccadilly Peacoat PDF Pattern will delight your 15-inch Ruby Red Fashion Friends®...
I found this to be a fairly easy pattern to follow. Very well pleased with the end results and it looks so cute on the AG doll.
I love this jacket, although a challenge at times. I used a brocade with the lace overlay where indicated. I used a thin white leather for the collar. I am pleased with the results and will make this again, using another fabric.
I love the style of this jacket. The pattern is easy to follow.
I have one suggestion .If you would use really light solid colors and dark thread for the garment and take a picture of the whole pattern piece we are working on .My eyes aren't as sharp as they use to be and the lighting makes it hard to see the lines in the pictures.I do love the pattern and I wrote my own tweaks on my pattern to make it a little easier next time just for my own convenience.I have never made a clothing pattern ,I have only added my own ideas to make it easier to sew without compromising the look and quality of the garment,I am very pleased how it turned out and so many options for the next time I make it .I love your patterns!!