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Zebra jacket

Added Jan 3, 2014

by Ellen Hatteland

Nedre Vats, Norway

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Description

This is a Fun and easy project. I had this nice knitted animal print fabric in my stash, and I think it was perfect to make this Cocoon jacket with pockets in the side seams. It’s a bit big, but that is how it supposed to be – it’s very cozy to wear on a cold evening :)

Material Notes

Wool blends.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Winter, Fall
For
Women
Style
Casual, Bohemian
Material
Blends, Wool

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    Jan 12, 2014, 09.29 AMby thewallinna

    It should be so nice to put on this jacket :) Then go sit with a cup of hot drink in your favourite cafe!

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      Jan 12, 2014, 07.58 PMby Ellen Hatteland

      …or in our sofa – since it’s a loooong way to the nearest Cafe ;) Cheers my friend! :)

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    Jan 5, 2014, 04.53 PMby Kocotte

    perfect as usual

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    Jan 5, 2014, 01.15 PMby Vayle

    Nice jacket! I love this pattern <3

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    Jan 4, 2014, 04.24 PMby The Tropical Sewist

    The shape is unusual and vey chic!

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      Jan 4, 2014, 06.32 PMby Ellen Hatteland

      That’s for sure! It’s wearable for every day ;)

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    Jan 4, 2014, 12.39 PMby sarahsdaughter

    So stylish and warm,Love your fabric choice.

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      Jan 4, 2014, 03.55 PMby Ellen Hatteland

      Nice to hear :) thank you very much!

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    Jan 4, 2014, 05.11 AMby nadia r

    great print; looks stylish yet also snuggly x

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      Jan 4, 2014, 07.29 AMby Ellen Hatteland

      Thanks Nadia! Yeah, it is snuggly ;-)

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    Jan 4, 2014, 03.26 AMby izbott

    I really like this. It looks cozy. Great choice of fabric!

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    Jan 4, 2014, 02.50 AMby rita61

    Nice fabric choice; looks great on you. It is a fun project to sew :-)

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      Jan 4, 2014, 07.24 AMby Ellen Hatteland

      Thank you very much Rita – your fabric choice was very nice as well ;-))

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    Jan 3, 2014, 11.16 PMby Bbtiny

    Hello Ellen, it looks so very cozy and would like to wear it right away!

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      Jan 4, 2014, 07.23 AMby Ellen Hatteland

      Thanks a lot Bbtiny – nice to hear you like it ;-)

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    Jan 3, 2014, 10.40 PMby schnui

    It does look cosy and very smart on you Ellen. This pattern would make a good dressing gown for over PJs as well. You have me thinking!!!

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      Jan 4, 2014, 07.22 AMby Ellen Hatteland

      Yeah, that is a good idea! I think it’s great for any occasion.. Thanks sweet Schniu ;)

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    Jan 3, 2014, 10.36 PMby Luz Kettle

    Well done! It looks great!

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    Jan 3, 2014, 09.24 PMby liliv-1

    So lovely!!

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    Jan 3, 2014, 09.22 PMby Oksana Starzhynska

    The choice of fabric is really great for such a project: it is well-draped and your Cocoon doesn’t look too loose despite the pattern. You look very stylish in it.

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      Jan 4, 2014, 07.19 AMby Ellen Hatteland

      Yeah, it is a great jacket, even though I like it like it more lady-like this is very nice for any occasion ;) thank you for your kind comments Oksana!

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    Jan 3, 2014, 05.05 PMby PennyMac

    oooo, that looks cosy. Lovely jacket :)

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    Jan 3, 2014, 04.13 PMby Mary Athey

    Oh ellen this is fabulous. I do love your fabric choice. Did you line it?? , i think this looks so gorgeous on you. I have looked at this pattern but at the.moment i have ’nt got round to it lol. I love items like this. This will look as good with jeans/ trousers as skirtts and dresses. Brillant work xx

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      Jan 3, 2014, 08.23 PMby Ellen Hatteland

      Thank you sweet Mary! I didn’t line it because I think it’s more comfy without lining. If you like comfy clothing, I’m sure you will love this jacket :)

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