Alpine Wonderland Puffy Coat Review

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I recently had the opportunity to try the Alpine Wonderland Puffy Coat pattern from Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop and let me tell you I am HOOKED!
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The lining is a pattern that Charlotte created on Spoonflower.  Well, she drew it, then I scanned it and she chose the colors and we made the pattern together.  Have I mentioned she still obsessed with cheetahs?  Well she is.  At this point I’m thinking she’s gonna work at a zoo when she grows up.
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Of course, she needed some cheetah print skinnies to finish off the look…more on those later.
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The thing I love about this jacket is it’s super warm and cozy.  And people will be uber impressed when you say that you made it!  It looks so professional!

 
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41 thoughts on “Alpine Wonderland Puffy Coat Review

  1. That jacket came out so great! The skinny jeans are perfect with it – totally worth your late night sewing :)

    I have been eying the newest hoodie from peek-a-boo but right now I’d have to say my favorite is the varsity cowl pullover. I’ve made a bunch as gifts this week.

  2. Maybe it’s because It’s freezing cold where I am, but I can’t take my eyes off of this coat….but those lil’ long johns are adorable too. elliemakesit (at) gmail (dot) com

  3. I actually really like the Puffy coat! And I love what you have done here – I never thought before about using the kids’ drawings for fabric, but I’m inspired now. Thank you for the giveaway!

    Alainn.aingeal (at) gmail.com

  4. Well, you have given me the courage — definitely this coat and I have the perfect fleece for my 2 granddaughters! My favorite (that I would not have the nerve to try) is the Victorian fur trim dress coat, hat and muff … love it!

  5. I just found these patterns thanks to your post. The fur trim dress coat is perfect for my princess and a great way to recycle an old fur coat I have. I’m so glad to have found this company as they fill a niche for great kids clothes.

  6. I am so happy to have found this patterns via your post. I love the fur trim coat and it is a great way to recycle a vintage rabbit fur coat I have. These patterns fill a niche for fun and attractive kids clothing.

  7. My favorite is the Retro Romper, it’s so cute and easy to sew. I think this puffy coat my take its place as my favorite tho. Thanks for the giveaway!
    jessicamoujouros at gmail

  8. Wow, great job on the jacket!
    I’ve been eyeing the Varsity Cowl Pullover, but I also love the new Hangout Hoodie and the Jack&Jill Shortalls. Ah, so much to chose from…!
    mj [dot] rozendaal [at] gmail [dot] com

  9. Wow, great job on the jacket!
    I’ve been eyeing the Varsity Cowl Pullover, but I also love the new Hangout Hoodie and the Jack&Jill Shortalls. Ah, so much to chose from…!
    mj [dot] rozendaal [at] gmail [dot] com

  10. I’m not after a pattern. :)

    Just wanted to say that is a really cute and practical jacket. I love her lining! Charlotte is looking more like you and Gabe. They grow so quickly. :/

  11. thank you so much, for the review and this beautiful giveaway!
    one of my favorite pattern is the Annabelle Jacket
    I wish I could win this so I could make something really cool to my little girl ^_^

  12. I don’t know what it says about me that the two that I most want to make are the puffy coat and the Waikiki swimsuit. Summer and winter? apparently I’m a bit indecisive!

  13. WAAY cute! I love the coat, pants, and the cutie pie buns and glasses your little gal is rocking! I’d love to get my hands on the peekaboo skinny jeans pattern, thanks for the giveaway.

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