Kids Duke Jacket Pattern

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The Duke Jacket sewing pattern will have your little ones receiving compliments at every turn!  The boutique-style silhouette is a classic trendy style.  You are going to love the pockets, wrist, shoulder, and neck tab details.  

This is a PDF Sewing Pattern.  It is a digital download file that you will be able to access immediately after purchase.  For more info on what a PDF pattern is and how to use them, see my FAQ page. 

Sizes:

This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes 12 months - big kid 14. 

 

Fabric Recommendation:

This pattern is most successful when sturdy woven fabric is used.  Suggested fabric types:

*    Med-heavy weight wovens for the exterior such as Jacquards, Cashmere, Wool blends, Wool, Tweed, Mohair, Corduroy, Velveteen, Faux Fur, etc.
*    Silk, Satin, etc for the Lining. The lining should be close to the same stretch percentage as the outer.

 

 

Features:

Pockets

Shoulder, neck, and sleeve tabs

Single or double row of button or snaps

Unisex design

 No trim pattern pages for quick assembly

Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience. 

What's Included:

Pattern pieces for all parts

Projector File with Layers

A0 Print Shop Pattern Pieces Option

Fabric Requirements Chart

Size Chart

Tips and Notes

Glossary

Table of contents

Pattern Piece Diagram

Printing Instructions

Supply List

Step-by-step instructions.  Each step has a color photo for visual aid.

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**Copyright**

This pattern is copy written.

You may use this pattern to create and sell dresses of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.

You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.

You can not distribute this pattern to others.

You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.

I want you to love what you make and have fun making it.


This pattern is copy written.


You may use this pattern to create and sell dresses of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.

You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.

You can not distribute this pattern to others.

You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.

I want you to love what you make and have fun making it.

These are digital PDF Sewing Patterns. They are not paper patterns that you would receive in the mail. You will be able to download your pattern(s) immediately after purchase. They will also be available in your account to download any time. For more information on what a PDF Sewing Pattern is and how to use one, click here.

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Abigail Taberer
Easy to follow instructions

The Duke jacket pattern was so easy to follow, the instructions were clear and beginner friendly. Even buttonholes were easy to mark out and do- I hadn't had the confidence to try buttonholes before this pattern

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Sue B
Very disappointed.

I took ages to make and line this jacket for my grandson. The proportions are way off, the shoulders are much too narrow and there is no way to rectify the garment to fit him. A waste of time effort and material.

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Carla La Porte
Duke is cute.

Easy advance beginner. I made it into a vest, no plackets or buttons. Made patch pockets for quicker assembly.

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Becca
Even a beginner can sew a coat!

I was so impressed - I sewed a coat! Such great instructions talk you through every step. Made it really straightforward to sew - even the welt pockets.

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Madeleine Collins
Duke PDF pattern

Hi, Have not used Ellie and Mac before and purchased the Duke and the Duchess coat patterns for my two little grandchildren.
Fab patterns, easy to follow and good sizing. Had to take a guess at sizes so went by age and was very pleased with the way they turned out. Went for a fleece lined fabric for both as I wanted the coats to be warm and yet roomy enough for layering up underneath. Duke coat came up trumps
Went for elastic loops and wooden toggles as buttons are fiddly for 3 year olds. He can squeeze himself into it without any unfastening - just what the childminder loves independence!
Very pleased with these two patterns and would totally recommend them and the twirly dress too!

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