Added Sep 18, 2009
Once I saw a coat called “marcipan coat” and I fell in love. I couldn’t buy it, but after finding this fabric, I decided to make one by myself. Tadaaa, I’m proudly present my version of the “marcipan coat”. I used the Onion-Pattern 1038.
Wasn’t easy, especially the lining. But button-making is fun.
cotton with a linen-like structure, soft fabric for lining and upholstered buttons
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