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Previously 285.00.

This repurposed coat is COTTON with a jeans style fine corduroy jacket as a bodice instead of a sweater. The skirt, sleeves and banding are cut from light weight sweaters and cotton t-shirts. Colors are black, white and shades of gray.

Serged seams are on the outside with extreme care given to quality.

The jacket measures 44" at the bust and 42" at the waist, with the original metal riveted button closure. The model is a size 4/6, and yes! She is way smaller than the coat! The original jacket was marked a "Large". The bottom of the reinforced waistband hits the waistline on a size 10 dress form. The hemline is twenty feet in circumference; skirt is 25" long. Bell sleeves.

This garment is a twist and turn on the sweater coats originally made by Kat O'Sullivan, a GENEROUS soul who sells her sweater coats and tutorial on Etsy.

All the individual garments were machine washed and dried so the coat is essentially machine washable but I really would not want to manage all this yardage in the dryer. I recommend spot cleaning with mild soap and water and Dryel for a major cleaning (the dry cleaning process for your home dryer sold at grocery stores), or dry cleaning.

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SALE Cotton Sweater Coat Repurposed Upscaled Recycled Reused

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton, natural fibers, jacket, sweater, t shirt, cotton knits, recycled sweaters, recycled t shirts
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 65 reviews
  • Favorited by: 31 people