Added Feb 7, 2012
This coat is created using an IndyGo Junction pattern (Trench Topper IJ740) and Anna Maria Horner’s “Drawing Room” fabric. I did play with more fabric variations than the original and changed the button closures to just two tabs with some large vintage shell buttons. I also added some patch pockets on the front with the contrasting fabric. This is one of my favorite patterns because it does allow for a mix of fabrics. The large scale of this particular line of prints worked great for this jacket.
Anna Maria Horner’s “Drawing Room” fabric—home dec. weight
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