Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Grainline Cascade Duffle Coat: finished!

Not much left to say here except I LOVE IT! This is the kind of project that you'll be so proud to have made. Although it was time-consuming and involved many pieces and steps, there's nothing too difficult really. And the result? So worth it.






Pattern: Grainline Cascade Duffle Coat, View A with hood.
Fabrics: Japanese wool blend, 'Cecil' (2 metres) and Liberty Tana Lawn 'Oxford'. (1.55m... just!)
Interfacing: lightweight cotton woven.
Size: 12 graded to 14 at hips.
Alterations: Sleeves shortened just a tad. Pockets shortened by about 4cm. When I came to attach my zip, the pull was on the opposite side to that stated in the pattern, but it all worked out fine.


- Jane & Fiona xx

6 comments:

  1. Oh, my.
    I love it.
    It is fabulous and you are so clever.

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    1. Thanks so much Nicole! It's a very well-designed and put together pattern.

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  2. Wow that is wonderful! Great work and the style and colours look lovely on you.

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  3. Ooooooh, I love it!! Your choice of fabrics is so special, it fits you so well, and it looks incredibly practical too!!! Well done!!

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