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Thread: Finished Reversible Fleece Jackets for Grandkids

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    Super Member lalaland's Avatar
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    Finished Reversible Fleece Jackets for Grandkids

    I did a post on the test jacket previously, I was going from a one layer fleece jacket to a two layer reversible fleece jacket. I used snaps from Snap Source for these jackets and you can put them on in a way that they are also reversible so no matter which side the kids want to wear, the jacket can be closed.

    If you missed it before, the pattern is from SewBaby, it is called Wonder Jacket, and it is available on the following website. The pattern goes from 12 months to 4T.

    http://www.sewbaby.com/shopbaby/prod...oducts_id=4041
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    Really clever design, and terrific fabric choices.

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    Cute! Thanks for the Snap Source reference.

    Pattern can be downloaded. I always look for patterns that can be downloaded as the shipping costs to Canada are prohibitive.

    http://www.sewbaby.com/shopbaby/prod...oducts_id=6424
    http://www.snapsource.com/
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    those jackets are adorable, great job on these

    I bet hey are warm too, 2 layersof polar fleece, and snuggly
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    Very sweet. They look so cozy.

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    I love them.
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    Oh my, these jackets are just darling. I wish there was a pattern for adult sizes too. You did a fantastic job.

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    too cute!!!!

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    They came out so cute.
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    So adorable! I'm with ykreeves. Need adult sizes too but so cute for the little ones.

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