This is the second of the two patterns necessary for sewing the little Swedish Traditional Costume‘s lace-up vest, which I’ll be showing you how to make this week. This is a re-post, but I thought it would be wise to let you know which two patterns from my Free Doll Clothes Patterns page would be needed for this vest project. You’ll need this one (Pattern F) plus yesterday’s pattern (Pattern A) to make the vest.
Tomorrow I’ll post the how-to video, showing you exactly how to make this adorable vest. (EDIT: The video I had planned for tomorrow will be delayed due to a YouTube glitch. When I get the wrinkles ironed out, I’ll post it.)
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