Lined Teen's Cape with a Hood
Citronille's Difficulty Level: 2
You will receive Citronille's pattern which is written in French. Also included is a complete translation into English for all written directions. Please see below for more explanation.
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|Sewing Pattern Style||Jackets + Coats|
|Sewing Pattern Size||Adult|
We have made a translation of the Citronille smocking booklet, and provided it with this pattern. You may
also wish to look for other, more comprehensive, tutorials online or in a book.
Recommended Fabrics: Wool, boiled wool. Lining: poplin, brushed cotton
Yardage: If using 140cm (55”) wide fabric:
Size 36 (Chest 32" ~ Waist 25" ~ Hips 34"): 2 ½ yards
Size 38 (Chest 33" ~ Waist 26" ~ Hips 36"): 2 ½ yards
Size 40 (Chest 34" ~ Waist 28" ~ Hips 38"): 2 ⅝ yards
Size 42 (Chest 36" ~ Waist 29" ~ Hips 39"): 2 ¾ yards
Size 44 (Chest 38" ~ Waist 31" ~ Hips 41"): 3 yards
Size 46 (Chest 39" ~ Waist 33" ~ Hips 42"): 3 ⅛ yards
*** Purchase the same yardage for the lining
Supplies: Three 18mm (¾ inch) buttons
Citronille is a French company, and most of their patterns are released only in French. We are excited to be able to offer this wonderful line to our customers. With permission from Citronille, we have made a complete translation of this pattern into English. We worked to make our translation easy to follow and as direct as possible from Citronille's pattern. We did not add to or take away from their directions.
When purchasing this pattern, you will receive Citronille's pattern directions and paper pattern pieces (printed on good quality white paper), all written in French. We will include two additional pages. One page will contain a complete translation into English of all the directions for the pattern. The other page contains the common directions that are found in every pattern, as well as a list of all the French you might find on the pattern pieces, translated into English. The pattern piece translations should be quite easy to use as the list is in alphabetical order in French, so you will be able to search quickly for any French terms you come across on the pattern pieces.