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Tartan Army Jacket

Added May 18, 2011

by Anne Wagenha...

Warwickshire, Un...






Jacket from Burda Children’s no 9603. Made in Tartan wool with thrifted buttons. Daughter no 1 absolutely adores this jacket. The pattern has applied pockets which I left off, as requested… I have made this jacket in various fabrics, with and without the pockets, and it always looks good. It is really quick to run up too, especially if you leave the pockets off!

Material Notes

Wool and thrifted buttons.




Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Classic, Preppy

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    Jul 23, 2011, 05.15 PMby madebymeg

    oh i love it!

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    May 20, 2011, 02.06 AMby lanternwaste33

    I would wear this jacket. It’s cute!

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      Jun 12, 2011, 01.20 PMby Anne Wagenhauser

      Thanks. Her art teacher has already tried to steal it!

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    May 19, 2011, 06.04 AMby Joanna-marie

    I LOVE this jacket! Really great job!

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    May 18, 2011, 02.41 PMby mixtlii

    It looks fantastic! I would have never dare using that kind of fabric for a jacket, but now that I see it, it’s gorgeous!

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      Jun 12, 2011, 01.19 PMby Anne Wagenhauser

      It has been waiting for the right moment for about 3 years now! It is a rather large plaid, but by using a pattern that has no panels I made sure it wasn’t too chopped up, and the pattern isn’t lost.

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    May 18, 2011, 02.36 PMby gempje

    I think its really cool

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