Sunday, February 15, 2009

Afternoon Tea Jacket pattern by PinkRoses1220

I love going to Etsy and finding things that you can not buy anywhere else. That was just the case when I stumbled upon PinkRoses1220's shop. I first noticed the adorable clothes for children and then realized the pattern for the Afternoon Tea Jacket was available in both adult and kid sizes!!! I got so excited that I bought it quickly. I will tell you that the pattern is the templates alone. The instructions are not available with the pattern. If you need any help I don't mind sharing the order of how to sew the pattern together. I also spoke to Lisa the Etsy store owner, whom is extremely nice, and she said that she was only selling a few patterns to the public. Her shop is having a huge sale so go check it out!! The jacket is not lined, so for this project a serger is a great machine to use. The fabric find was located at Material Girl Shoppe.

8 comments:

Island Girl said...

I have been eyeing that jacket FOREVER. I missed the sale though...bummer. It looks great!!

Sew Spoiled said...

I would Esty convo. her if you are still interested. She might sell more:)
I have a pair of Sassy jeans but I can't wear them to work. Now I have found a way to bring my favorite fabrics with me:) LOL

Leah said...

I love it! Why Oh why dose Etsy have to be in US Dollar? The Aussie dollar is so crappy!

Bette's Bags said...

Love this jacket!!!!

Jordon said...

I just bought the pattern thanks to seeing your blog! I'm glad I checked, I've always admired this jacket. If I get stuck once it arrives I'll let you know ... I may need some pointers!

Maddie Dean Photography said...

I love this jacket and feel soo tempted to purchase the pattern... Butt, I am scared of not having directions! I may go ahead since you offered to help if anyone gets stuck! I just wish the women's size was still for sale... I'd love to be able to have a mom/daughter set :(

thecaseyfam said...

I have loved this jacket for months and couldn't pass up the chance to make one for my daughter. I purchased the pattern today but am VERY nervous about making this with no instructions. Any help you could offer would be so much appreciated!

Sew Spoiled said...

No problem! If you have any questions let me know:) Don't ever be scared to try new adventures in sewing!!! The worst thing that can happen is that you make a mistake and learn from it:)