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Inspiration: Our Picks for Winter Coats 2012

Are you ready to make a new coat this winter? 
Here are a few ideas including our favorite coat patterns for this season paired with our fabric recommendations from Fabric Mart.



1. How about a fancy brocade coat for festive occasions? 
 Vogue 8804
1.   CDA5479       2.  CAD5591


2. Or a relaxed fit wool flannel coat? 
 Vogue 8539
 3.  BIB5538    4.   BTA4718


3.What about a luxurious velvet coat? 
 Vogue 8465

 5.  UWB4899   6.  BAD2653


4.Mix fun wool shetlands and prints!
7.   BLC5402     8.   BIA5401


5. Make an elegant vintage coat with gorgeous cashmere. 
 Vogue 1083

9.   SPD5683     10.  CAA5552


6. Here's a cute crop jacket from Colette Patterns. Use melton wool in a rich color or classic black. 

 11.  BEA4951ET     12.   SKD5408


7. Looking for something more modern? Use melton or a beautiful mohair.

 13.   CYF800     14.   BBB4952ET



8. This jacket would look great in suede!

15.    MKB4613    16.  CVI2041




Already working on a coat?
Show us what you are working on by emailing us at fabricmartblog@gmail.com
Send us a picture of the fabric and pattern you chose, or your finished coat.
We always love to see and share what you are working on!

Stay tuned to see what coats we are making! 



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