Hooded Jacket pattern review

Finally getting some sewing other then underwear done.

 
This week I sewed up Whimsy Couture’s Hooded Jacket. I have been eyeing it off for a while and bought the fabric for it weeks ago. 

The pattern pieces print on only 16 pages – which is fantastic for PDF patterns.

I sewed up a size 3. From printing to having it sewn up it took about 2 hours. I waited and did the buttons the next day; my Brother sewing machine recently had it and I have been borrowing a friend’s cheapie Elna 21. I have bought a gorgeous vintage 1980 Bernina 801 – I am just waiting for it to get back from the shop. But all of that is another blog entry.

If I made it again I would change the pockets, they are very cute though. The buttons worked out fine – If I were to make it 100% reversible – easy to do as there are no exposed seams – I would sew buttons on both sides.

Pattern: Whimsy Couture Hooded Jacket
Lining Fabric: Blue Arctic Fleece from Spotlight
External fabric: Sarah Fielke “On the pond weeds – Green”

 

8 Comments

  1. Love this!
    That goldenrod color with the blue lining is gorgeous.
    Great work.

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  2. That fabric is gorgeous together. I really love the pattern you used too. Love the idea of making it reversible!

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  3. Great fabric! Thanks for sharing

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  4. Wow I love these colors! The jacket is so pretty.

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  5. Love those colors together–so striking!

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  6. Thank you all, I really appreciate your support and enthusiasm. Cannot wait to get some photos of my niece in it!

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