Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Lined Jacket


I've jumped in and participated in Carolyn's 12 in 12 Challenge and this month it is something lined.

This is a another Avalon jacket from the Sewing Clothes Kids Love book. This time I made the jacket so that it was fully lined (and reversible).

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The Back

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The Front

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Lining

This jacket is just as easy to make lined as it is unlined, you just have to remember to sew on all your trims prior to constructing the whole garment. I also think when it is lined, it looks better.

7 comments:

Quilary said...

That is a really beautiful jacket. IT looks really challenging to make with so much detail in it. The little wearer looks delighted with her jacket too!

Katie said...

Wow!! That jacket is amazing!!! You did a beautiful job.

Mira Narnie said...

That is just fantastic - you must tell me where you got the pattern! I love your choice of colours and trims...xx

Steph said...

Wow that is gorgeous!! Lovely pattern and equally lovely little model. Hope you have a happy weekend:)

Liz said...

Totally gorgeous jacket Lela :) And a super cute model!

BusyBsewBiz said...

I agree with everyones comments it is absolutely gorgeous! Well done, what a lovely Jacket!

Lela said...

Thank you for all your kind comments.
The pattern comes from the book, Sewing Clothes Kids Love. You can find it here:
http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/book/9781589234734/Sewing-Clothes-Kids-Love

I highly recommend it, especially if you have girls (it does have some boy patterns) and it comes with full sized patterns.