Kids Transformer Jacket Bag Pattern
The Transformer Jacket Pattern is comfortable, stylish and definitely, a must-have for your little one. It features hood, color-blocked bodice and side sections, long sleeves, kangaroo pockets and zip front. The best thing about this jacket sewing pattern is that it turns into a bag that your child can wear when they no longer need the jacket. My kids are constantly taking off their jackets while they play and asking me to hold them! This pattern is the perfect solution to that never-ending problem!
This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes 18 months up to big kid 10/12.
This jacket is designed to be made using 2-4 way stretch fabrics. Bands and cuffs require 4 way stretch.
Long sleeve with cuffs
Turns into a cinch style bag
No trim pattern pages for quick and easy assembly.
Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience.
Pattern pieces for all parts
Projector File with Layers
Copy shop A0 file included for printing large scale
Fabric Requirements Chart
Tips and Notes
Table of contents
Pattern Piece Diagram
Step-by-step instructions. Each step has a color photo for visual aid.
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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.
made it as a gift!!
My nephew loved this. He also loves that it transforms into a backpack. Thank you for a lovely pattern
Love, love this pattern. Bonus is that my daughter loves the end result. Our kids are always going on hiking trails with their school and this is the perfect solution!
Professionally drafted and clear instructions. You will love the outcome!
Twin granddaughters and their brother love the clothes I made for them! The step-by-step instructions and video are easy to follow and adds to the fun.
I made this sweatshirt as a birthday present. It went over really well...the birthday girl loved it and her parents did, too. It was not a super quick sew, just because there are a lot of parts to cut out and assemble, but it was definitely worth it. The only things I will change the next time I make it are the construction of the pieces for the straps at the bottom of the bag (small tabs to the side instead of triangular corners) and I will install the zipper BEFORE I sew on the hood so that I can shorten the zipper and hide the ends within that seam. I will also take the advice given in the pattern to use wash-away wonder tape while attaching the zipper. I had a little trouble matching the upper seam while installing the zipper (my fault). Using the tape and some lightweight interfacing should make it better.