01 September, 2014

Reversible Swing Coat

Happy September to you all. Today marks the beginning of: National Sewing Month. Colder weather will arrive soon, and this adorable pattern is all ready to go. This pattern is the: Central Park Swing Coat from The Mother Huddle. Yes, it is reversible. The outer side, pictured above, is made of 100% cotton wide-wale corduroy in a deep shade of purple. The large covered button fastener is actually "mock", with a large snap underneath. The button is covered in a 100% cotton fabric with an off-white background and large floral print. The teal, olive, orange, black, and magenta are all so vibrant. The sleeves are caps, extended to the gathered front yoke. To see the pattern difficulty rating and reverse side of this coat, follow the link below my signature.
Here is the reverse side of the: Central Park Swing Coat. It is made of the same 100% cotton fabric as the covered button on the other side. This side's covered button is of the same 100% cotton purple wide-wale corduroy as the coat's other side. It will be so cute with a turtleneck underneath, and some jeans, won't it? This pattern is really simple, with only the two buttons. Although it is lined, the process is really easy. The pattern difficulty rating is:

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