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Thread: Adult Fleece Jacket

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    Adult Fleece Jacket

    When I posted the children's fleece jacket thread, a few people said they wished the pattern also came in an adult size. I found this pattern a few years ago. I have made several of these jackets. The pattern is very user friendly, good instructions and easy construction. I even did embroidery on the back of mine. It's a little threadbare, I've worn it a LOT, but the pictures are still good.

    The pattern is available on this website: http://barboriginals.com/. I noticed that the pattern picture she now shows does not have cuffs. I would ask her if the pattern has directions for the cuffs, and if not, could she send you the instructions for adding cuffs. The pattern was created in 2002 so she may have made some changes to it.
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    Thank you.

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    It's a very pretty jacket, and looks very cozy.

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    How nice...thanks for the pattern.

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    Cool, thanks for posting this!
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    I have wanted to make one but always seem to chicken out. Have fleece and a Simplicity pattern.
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    beautiful jacket. great job
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    I love the warmth of fleece jackets in the fall, and they are so easy to make and keep. No special treatment for laundry, just toss it in and go

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    Thanks for the information. That's a nice style jacket.
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