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Lea's Little Coat #1012

This pattern came about in an unusual way. I had a lady,
a customer, contact me and ask if I every made patterns
per someone's request. She made a coat for her little
granddaughter, Lea, and Lea wanted one just like it for
her doll. I agreed to do it and here it is. Hope you like it.

This pattern is for two versions of the coat and the hat.
Coats are fully lined.

The long coat has smooth sleeves and the short coat has
sleeves with pleats. The looks are the antithesis of each
other. The long coat could be worn in any time span with
the leopard collar and hair band and wooden buttons
connoting a dressy or formal look; but, the short one,
with the addition of the leather hat, leggings, boots and
glasses reminds me of someone in the '60s and a sort of
'hippy' look.

This pattern may not be for the beginner as there are
no drawings in the instructions; only well-written
directions and the usual pattern pieces.. If you have the
assistance of an experienced seamstress, you will probably
be successful.

I have a background in design, dressmaking and
tailoring. When my little granddaughter, Sydney,
asked for a doll that was 'easy to dress', I pulled out
an American Girl catalogue, she selected Kirstin, and
I was off and running. So a few years and many
patterns later, here I am anxious to share my wares
with you.

This is such a charmer. I think you'll enjoy making it.

The pattern is under full copyright and may not be copied
(except for your own use), shared or sold. Pattern may be
made up and sold on a limited basis if credit is give to me,
Med Welch of Doll Clothes Patterns by Med1, as designer.

Doll Clothes Pattern, Lea's Little Coat, No 1012