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Puddle Jumper Rain Coat


    Get ready for some April showers with the Puddle Jumper Rain Coat! The Puddle Jumper is fully lined to keep your kiddos dry and warm. Features included front pockets, stay-put hood, and extra long cuffs to help the coat grow with your child.

    PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting. Tutorial includes tips for sewing on laminates.

    12-24 mos. 

    An instant download link will be sent to your email as soon as payment is completed. Save the PDF to your computer and print off as many times as you like.

    You may sell jackets made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.

    Laminated Cotton in cover photo courtesy ofRiley Blake Designs

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    1. Not very explicative  star rating

      Posted by Eliane on 16th Jun 2017

      The explanations are very weak. I sew fir a long time and had problems understafing

    2. Great pattern  star rating

      Posted by Anita on 8th Jun 2017

      I am so thrilled with how this raincoat turned out. I used PUL to make it, a plain with a contrast trim. It looks sensational. The PUL is soft and flexible, I think it will be comfortable for my grandson to wear. I love the neat finish that the lining gives the coat. Everything was very clear and I had no problems. I did make a test out of calico and I am glad that I did because I picked up a mistake I had made cutting the lining, so just read carefully where your cutting lines are. I also trimmed some of the bulky corners when turning the coat right side out. I can see me making this coat in other types of fabric. It's just a fabulous pattern.

    3. Finished product looks great  star rating

      Posted by Unknown on 29th Apr 2016

      Great pattern. Would have liked more information on sewing with the fabrics such as needle choice etc. And I had some issues lining things up in the end, the hood being too short to reach the very ends but was still able to make it look good. Everyone loves how it looks and I get tons of compliments on it. Should fit my little one for quite a while too.

    4. Great pattern  star rating

      Posted by Sharon on 24th Aug 2015

      I did not use patten to make a raincoat. I used a blog I found and transformed into a fireman's coat. It turned out so cute. The raincoat pattern was very easy to follow. I would definitely recommend this pattern to others.

    5. Cute, but  star rating

      Posted by Marci Chandler on 22nd May 2015

      the seams really need to be sealed in some way. It's disappointing to put the work into making this, having it turn out so cute, and then have rainwater leak through the seams. Wish there was an included tutorial on how to seal the seams to prevent leaks. I find it wasn't worth the cost of material and effort of construction for a functional raincoat.

    6. Brilliant!  star rating

      Posted by Cat Bergman on 22nd May 2014

      Sewing with laminates is something that has always seemed daunting to me, but the step by step guides in this pattern, and the finish on the jacket left me speechless! We get stopped several times to be asked where we got such bright and colourful jackets, but the simplicity of the instructions and tutorial made the process a breeze, I can't wait to sew more when the kids grow!

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