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I still have not done it yet. I have read the instructions, it seems easy to do. I know I will love it once it is done. I will give feed back once it is done. I know my granddaughters will love it. Thank you
I found this to be much more difficult than I expected but got through it and know the next one will be easier. An adorable jacket.
Totally hooked on this pattern! On to my 4th jacket and now trying variations by putting on a frill at the bottom and using colour in the middle inserts and contrasting cuffs and collars. Made one without sleeves too. Just tell me the secret of how the designer managed the corners to top stitch with real denim! So far used look alike denim in a light-meduim weight. One bottom and cuff I lined with light weight contrast and did not press down but up. Just to alleviate bulk and have a neater finish. I do grade seams but corners has always been a nightmare when top stitching. Other than that., it was a lot of fun to sew.
The denim jacket pattern for an 18" doll is a very good design and nearly perfect in every way. The instructions for making flat fell seams are good. The pieces are designed to fit together very well. The final product looks exactly like a miniature blue jean jacket. The only incorrect step is #15. The photo is correct, but the instructions don't describe what is in the photo. In addition, there are two back tab pattern pieces, but there are no instructions for sewing them on the waistband. Even with these minor quibbles, I am very happy with this little jacket.
Hi Judy! Glad to hear you liked this pattern :) and thanks for sharing the picture, it turned out so cute! I just wanted to clarify that the instructions on page #17 show how to both sew the tabs and add them to the waistband on the jacket (maybe that page was misplaced).
Instructions are fantastic and easy to follow. The jacket is absolutely adorable...trying to find metal buttons to finish. Highly recommend. I also made a reduced size for this item and it came out great too. I used the denim from an old skirt I had that was very thin.