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Painted Coat

Added Apr 16, 2012

by Pet Mama

Edmonton, Canada






Hand Painted, unlined coat. Hand made polymer clay buttons.

I was totally inspired by Lizajane09’s painted jacket. I used “jacquard textile paints” I ordered from Dharma Trading which were very reasonable, including shipping to Canada.

Can’t wait to wear it!

Material Notes

100% Cotton Twill




Garment Type


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    Apr 25, 2012, 09.06 PMby joost52

    Brilliant, I bet you’ll feel great wearing it!

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      May 2, 2012, 09.44 PMby Pet Mama

      I still have not worn it yet, our weather has been weird here in Canada, snow one day, sunny the next…Soon!

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    Apr 17, 2012, 10.00 PMby lizajane09

    Whoa! Amazing!

    I love the swing-y shape of this coat. Isn’t fabric painting fun? I’m so flattered you were inspired by my jacket. Now I think you’ve inspired me to get my paints back out and try something else. Awesome!

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      Apr 18, 2012, 03.28 AMby Pet Mama

      Yay! Thanks! I had saved your blog link for awhile and kept looking at it, so finally decided to go for it. I plan to do some stencilling next with my paints!
      Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Apr 16, 2012, 10.43 PMby barmaglot

    That is a very unique coat! Great job!

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      Apr 17, 2012, 12.52 AMby Pet Mama

      Thanks so much! I am excited about it.

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    Apr 16, 2012, 02.24 PMby Pet Mama

    I cut out the pieces and then painted them, then heat set and then sewed! Thanks!

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    Apr 16, 2012, 09.08 AMby flowergirl22

    wow,, great job,, all handpainted ,, did u paint hte fabric first and then cut it out or the other way around.. love the buttons

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