Instruction for sewing barbie trench coat
First of all, download and print free sewing pattern by the link below, choice the fabric depending on the season for which you want coat for your doll.
I take cold coffee color cotton, based on the classic style. Belong you find step by step instruction how to sew barbie trench coat.
Cut the details, adding 5 millimeters to the seams.
Start with the details of the back. This section of the coat is called a slot. We will process it. First, bend the stock. And so that it does not go anywhere, I’ll fix it a little with a couple of drops of my favorite glue. But it’s better, of course, to use a special bond for the fabric.
Bend the slot again to the middle cut. Do the same on the other part. Now we sew both halves of the back before the slots. And along the edge of the slots, we make a couple of stitches at a slight angle.
The lining we sew is the same as a coat. Carefully cut off the allowance on the side, as close to the seams as possible. Bend another allowance to the cut to the hem. Then turn it all, folding it at the very seam. And now, along the middle seam and the slot, I will lay stitching with a white thread. It turns out such a neat rib without protruding and opening edges.
Next, take the part of the coquette. Bend the bottom edge and flash it with a contrasting thread—also, process sleeve cuffs.
And for a start, we bend and fix the allowance with a straight cut. Then fold the part in half, combining the tops of the coquette and flashing on the top line. We cut allowance and turn out. Then take the collar. Fold it in half along the inside out. And sew side straight sections. We cut allowance and corners. And turn on the front side. And to keep it in shape, I will stitch it along the top edges. Now we take the back detail. Put the top of the coquette on it. Combine on the neck and cut sleeves. We put sleeves on top. The corresponding dashes mark the sleeve’s front and back sides on the pattern.
And sew the sleeves, coquette, and backrest together. On the other side of the sleeve, we sew a shelf. Do the same with the other sleeve. Mind you sew a yoke only along the armhole line. It remains a free pocket. Now take the collar. Combine its center with the middle of the back and sew from one pick to another—Tuck and close bottom edge. And directly, I will send the selection of the remaining contrasting thread to the seams of the armhole. And then, simulating a machine line, I will fit the same thread the entire remaining edge of the collar.
Now we will arrange the sleeves. Take the shoulder strap detail bend and fix allowances along the length. You can leave it like that, but I will do the same white deferral around the edges. We plan a place for shoulder straps and sew them. Then bend at the seam and sew the other end closer to the collar line to form a loop.
Take the belt detail cuff. Bend it lengthwise into three parts. I cut out small loops from a scrap of fabric 5 millimeters wide and about one centimeter long. And fold them in half. We designate a place for loops and sew them and shoulder straps. I am checking if our belt goes through them. Make two loops on each sleeve. Take a belt. It can be decorated with such a small buckle. It can be replaced with two rings or twisted wire by yourself. I do not decorate the sleeve. Put the belt in the hook and then put it in the belt loops doing the same thing on the other sleeve. Now take the belt, fold it three times fix the hem. For it, I will take a large buckle. We pass a belt in a clip and set the edge.
Now pockets. I cut corners and bent to the wrong side all the allowances. First, I’ll do a double topstitching. And now I sew a bag to the shelf for the three remaining edges. I don’t forget about the second pocket.
If you wish you can sew the lining the same way. Or leave the coat without lining. It is also ok. I have added lining carefully.
Well, now we sew the front backs of the trench along with the sidecut, together with the sleeve.
And then I bend the hem.
Now take the belt, fold it three times fix the hem. For it, I will take a large buckle. We pass a belt in a clip and set the edge.
You can sew belt loops on the trench on the sides and the back. But their position is best measured by the doll.
It’s finally starting to feel like winter here, and that means it’s time to start thinking about keeping our Barbie dolls warm! If you’re looking for a barbie coat pattern, you’ve come to the right place.
There are a few different options when it comes to barbie coats. For a classic look, try a barbie trench coat. If you’re looking for something a little more fun, try a barbie winter coat in a bright color. Whichever style you choose, your Barbie will be sure to stay warm all winter long.
This Barbie coat pattern will help you make a beautiful double-breasted trench coat. It can be worn with a shirt or pants and can be customized to create a variety of looks. It can also be worn with a belt to complete the look. You can even add buttons to your doll’s coat to give her a more realistic appearance. This pattern will give you a number of different looks depending on the time of year. It is suitable for both spring and autumn, and you can mix and match it with other patterns to create the perfect look for your doll. These patterns will also give you the chance to add in extra details and different fabrics
Sewing a barbie coat is a great way to practice your sewing skills. And once you’ve made one, you’ll be able to make coats for all of your other dolls too. So what are you waiting for? Get sewing!
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