-Sewing machine with a zipper foot
-Serger is helpful
-2/3 yd (45-in wide) thin fabric*
-1/2 yd velvet or contrast fabric (an 8" wide remnant will work)
-6" x 8" piece of interfacing
-(29) 1/4" buttons
-(7) 1/4" snaps
Goggles & Gloves
-4" x 52" piece of faux leather (MUST be very pliable and thin)*
-(2) 2" x 2" squares of plastic*
-(3) 1/2" lingerie sliders*
-3 1/2" of 1/4" elastic
-Manila file folder
Skill Level: Intermediate
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The Brunswick is one of several informal jackets popular in the later 18th century, derived...
The Coat set a wonderful pattern. I enjoyed making. I could not find the trim so my sister is crocheting a trim for me. I hope she finish the trim soon. You will enjoy making the set as it may send you to think about history of the past in fashion. Enjoy. Marilyn
Loved making this duster. I am currently working on the goggles and gloves. This outfit is so unique and fun. Thank you for your design.
Love it so much!!!!!