Empire Peacoat 18" Doll Clothes

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Every girl needs a fashionable peacoat to keep her warm during the chilly Fall and Winter months. This PDF pattern from Heritage Doll Fashions will give her that classic style she needs.

Supplies Needed:
-3/8 yd. jersey wool, corduroy, or similar fabric 
-Fabric scraps for lining 
-4 5/8" buttons 
-Thread 

Skill Level: Intermediate.

What You Get: One 17 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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DM
11/28/2020
Debbie M.
United States United States
Perfect pattern for my Luna Lovegood creation

Pattern was the perfect style for a Luna Lovegood tweed coat but there has to be a better way to do the buttonholes. Especially using a tweed fabric. The buttonhole attachment gets stuck on the collar and will only go half way up ... REALLY hard to remove a partial buttonhole from tweed! I've accomplished some but it's so stressful - think I will sew the buttons on my next one and use snaps, even though I like the look of real buttonholes. If anyone out there has tips it would be much appreciated! Otherwise the pattern is very easy to make ... would have given 5 stars except for the buttonhole issue.

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SW
10/10/2018
SUE W.
United States
empire peacoat

I liked that this pattern had fewer steps than most. It would have made a nice, easy project, except that I decided to make it fully lined, so I had to "wing it" there. And my buttonhole attachment was acting up. I liked that there were clear markings for the buttons and buttonholes. . But I think next time I'll play it safe and use velcro.. I made this coat out of pinwale corduroy lining I used a silk-like synthetic shirting for the lining. I tried it on my 16" doll and it looks good on her. I haven't yet tried it on the 18" doll because its so perfect for the smaller one.

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J
12/18/2015
Jones
It is cute coat,however it

It is cute coat,however it was too short for my 18" American Doll so I added a bottom Gatherd flounce to it. It looked much better.

PH
10/15/2015
Phyllis H.
This pattern made up so

This pattern made up so cute! I used a dark teal fleece and added a beret in the same fabric. I used some vintage buttons I already had. I am very pleased with the pattern and instructions and would recommend it.

BM
06/13/2015
Beverly M.
darling

I made this of hot pink corduroy and black buttons and then black slacks .So cute and easy!