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.
-3/8 yd. jersey wool, corduroy, or similar fabric
-Fabric scraps for lining
-4 5/8" buttons
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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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.
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.
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.
I made this of hot pink corduroy and black buttons and then black slacks .So cute and easy!
Hi, I bought this pattern even though my daughter said, "Blah, Mom, not really my style. I can see how you might like it, but not really what a kid would want to wear . . . or dress her doll in . . ." But after making two coats out of some old brown and dark gray fine wool remnants I had laying around, she changed her tune! "This looks really professional, Mom! And it's really cute! " Wow. I am not an experienced seamstress but the directions were clear and I went slow. The finishing touches really do make it look very professional, like the top stitching, and how nicely the collar turns out. And it was really fun to pick the lining and cute buttons to match. Thank you for yet another well-designed and gorgeous pattern. Leslie Concord, MA