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Let’s ‘hoodie’!

By 18/10/2016Blog
The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

It’s been 12 days since I showed my last Louisa coat. Oops! But I think you can already guess why… The Louisa coat pattern is ready and being printed at this very moment!!! Hooray! On Thursday you can buy the pattern in my shop. Finally! I started this project on the 1st of September. Can you imagine?

Let’s talk about the last extra options in this versatile pattern: You’ve all been asking for a hood, so obviously I added one. It was actually this hood that made me add the extra lines at the back. This way you have such great options to play with piping. You know by now that I’m a piping lover, so I hope you are ready to sew meters of piping?

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern by Compagnie M.

See what I mean on the picture above? This contrasting piping is what I love most! And of course at the front pockets too.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

Another new and last option is an extra cuff. A practical and aesthetic extra touch.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

 

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

And now a close look at the inside. This is the zipper option. I combined a thrifted fabric on the outside with one of the amazing Arizona fabrics from Art Gallery. An oldie that I treasured for a couple of years.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

The Louisa Coat sewing pattern for kids by Compagnie M.

I hope you love these new options too? I think this Louisa coat looks really different from the ‘vintage curtain one‘. If you’d sew a Louisa coat, what options would you select? Exciting to hear from you!

11 Comments

  • Sandra Recktenwald-Schorr says:

    Hi !

    This is a wonderful example of your “Louisa Coat” !
    What kind of fabric is on the outside from the coat ?
    I need this pattern !!!!!
    Can you tell me ,how much is the fabric consuption in Size 104 ?
    Hugs Sandra

    • Sandra Recktenwald-Schorr says:

      Hi !
      Sorry, I wrote the german size 104 . I need the for my 3year old daughter.
      Sandra

  • Marjolein says:

    Ik zou voor een kap, veel paspel en rits gaan. Die rits lijkt me het makkelijkst voor ongeduldige kinderhandjes :-)

    Ik kijk er heel erg naar uit om het patroontje aan te kopen!!

  • Een knallende combinatie, dat blauw met bruin. Eentje waar ik helemaal fan van ben!

  • Marij says:

    Deze ziet er fantastisch uit, Marte!
    Ik heb al een voering liggen, nu nog de buitenstof!
    Ben benieuwd naar het patroon ;)

  • soumya says:

    I think this is my favorite version of the coat! Love it! The coat just shines through in this fabric! So smart!

  • saskia says:

    mijn favoriete versie van de jas :)) rits en kap!

  • Patricia says:

    kan niet wachten tot morgen! Ga absoluut voor de rits. Die optie is een grote meerwaarde voor kleuters gezien ze zelfstandig hun jasje moeten kunnen (of toch proberen) aan- en uitdoen. Juffen vinden knopen niet zo leuk… Meeste patronen van jasjes zijn met knopen dus geweldig die ritsoptie.

  • Mummydou says:

    Such a good idea this extra cuff ! That’s often a thing I very appreciate when I’m looking for a coat for my children because I know that it really improves their comfort ! Great version once again !

  • Een paspelpareltje!

  • opnieuw een pareltje :) ;)

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