This is a military inspired unisex raglan hooded jacket PDF sewing pattern. With it's up to date styling and sophistication it's perfect for marching in the fall leaves and spring melts! With full instructions for a lined or unlined jacket this sturdy jacket will be on your tot's (and Mom's) wish list! Looks great in corduroy for girls or boys.
This sewing pattern and tutorial are meant for beginner to intermediate level sewers!
You will receive via instant download:
-the pattern for sizes 3m, 6m, 12m, 18m, 2t, 3t
-step-by-step written directions to create the dress
-over 15 full photo illustrating some sewing steps
-2 jacket closure options (military or 2 button)
-instructions for lined or unlined jacket
-personal sewing support via email
-To read the PDF file, make sure your computer has Adobe.
-This is a handmade pattern. (c) Owly Baby 2010. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be given for this item. Please do not distribute or reproduce this pattern in any way. Thanks!
-Please contact owlybaby.etsy.com for information on purchasing a license to sell items made from this pattern. I would love to work with you!
|Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby|
Â¡Bienvenidos! I'm Becky Ruud and I've always enjoyed sewing and crafting, of any kind...painting, drawing, crocheting, jewelry making, sewing... Owly Baby began in 2009 after I became a new mom. As ...
Â¡Bienvenidos! I'm Becky Ruud and I've always enjoyed sewing and crafting, of any kind...painting, drawing, crocheting, jewelry making, sewing... Owly Baby began in 2009 after I became a new mom. As a temporarily retired Spanish teacher, I've found plenty of (nap) time to sew practical and beautiful items for my darling little girl, Lucy.
I've been sewing since I was young (thanks, Mom) and I love the challenge of taking something flat, like fabric, and making it fit your needs. I usually only make one or two of each item because I love to come up with new designs and ideas. I am very lucky to have supportive family and friends who have encouraged me to sell my handmade items.
In naming my shop, I used a family word. I'm sure your family has these words too...a word you've made up and unknowingly created a meaning! While talking to my husband, Mr. Owly, I learned that OWLY isn't a real word (GASP!). I typed it into dictionary.com ... and ... nothing! Growing up, my mother and grandmother used it to describe someone who was grouchy or grumpy. This imaginary adjective still holds meaning for my family, and hopefully (now) your family too!
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All items are 100% designed and handmade with love by me, Becky.