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Thread: Children's Fleece Jacket

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    Children's Fleece Jacket

    I have made a lot of these jackets, it's a super simple pattern, only 3 pieces (jacket body and 2 sleeves). When I lived in southern CA, I always made unlined jackets, but now I'm in eastern WA and they need to be lined. I'm making 4 jackets for the "grandkids", but I made this sample first so I could make all my mistakes on this one. Even my husband commented on how cute it was.

    The pattern is from SewBaby, it is called the Wonder Jacket, and can be found on this website:

    http://www.sewbaby.com/shopbaby/prod...oducts_id=4041
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    Oh that little jacket is simply adorable. I love the little red collar and cuffs. That will be really cozy and warm to wear.

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    So cute! thanks for the link-I have some GKs that will benefit from this

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    Oh my gosh that is so cute! Thank you for the info on it.
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    adorable!! great work
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    Does that style come in adult sizes? I want one for ME!

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    That is adorable!!

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    That's really cute!!
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    Really cute - thanks for sharing!

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    That is one little cute jacket. You husband was exactly right. Job well done.
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    Sew cute. And Fleece is such a nice warm fabric. I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    Does that style come in adult sizes? I want one for ME!
    I wish it did, it's just so darn easy. But the pattern only goes up to size 4T.
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    Such an adorable little jacket. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lalaland View Post
    I wish it did, it's just so darn easy. But the pattern only goes up to size 4T.
    Is it adjustable to bigger sizes, do you think? I'd like one for myself, too!
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    I just ordered the pattern. I'm going to try to enlarge it a bit for older GKs. My guess (without having the pattern in front of me) is that you might be limited in size depending on the pattern placement on the fleece due to the stretch

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