Cali Faye Collection Coco Topcoat - Downloadable Pattern


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The Coco Topcoat is a dynamic, versatile, not to mention stunning coat, appropriate for the cooler months. With class and style your child will enjoy the fruits of your labors and you will love how easily you will have made a coat of superior quality such as this.

You're options include pockets, as well as the option to add the fold over collar which is oh-so- amazing! Our tutorial will show you how easy it is to make the fully lined Coco Topcoat. With that you'll have the ability to create a reversible coat to enjoy two different looks.


Color coded, computer drafted, print and cut pdf. pattern. (no scaling required)
Step by step tutorial with color photos.


Pattern includes the following sizes:
2T, 3T, 4T, 5T, 6, 7, 8, 10

We use standard US size measurements. Please check the size chart for measurements.


The Coco Topcoat pictured was completed with a light weight calico.
Suggested fabrics include light weight to medium weight fabrics are cottons; flannels, wool, suiting
Fabric requirements are based off of a 44-45” fabric width.

DIFFICULTY: Experienced beginner / Intermediate

TECHNIQUES: Bagging Method




sewing machine
button presser foot
scissors/shearing scissors

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The pattern is delivered as 2 pdf files.  File 1 contains the instructions and tutorial pictures; file 2 is the pattern pieces.

Sewing pattern delivered via electronic download.
Format: PDF File - Available for Instant Download
2 files: (Instructions + Illustrations - 15 pages; Pattern Sheets - 19 pages )
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