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Gorgeous Winter White Coat with Embroidery and Long Red Velveteen Gloves

Boiled Wool with Fur Trim and Embroidery
Long Red Velveteen Gloves and 3/4 Coat Sleeve
Embroidery was self designed and digitized, then applied to the coat and fabric for the covered buttons (for the gloves and coat) by machine.
Buttons on gloves and coat are individually embroidered and covered. Buttonholes are also self designed and digitized then stitched out by machine.
The winter white boiled wool coat is lined with a red kasha lining. Inside the coat, the logo is embroidered on the lining just below the neckline.
Boiled Wool with Fur Trim and Embroidery

Boiled Wool with Fur Trim and Embroidery

Photo: Model Monica Photo by Dorothea

This is a winter white boiled coat that I made from a commercial pattern that I altered. It is lined with a red kasha lining with bamboo batting in the centre to add extra warmth. The collar and sleeve are trimmed in fur. The fur trim is removable by buttons. The fur trim at the collar is both on the upper and lower collar so that the coat can be worn with the collar standing or lying flat. The buttonholes are embroidered and the coat is embroidered as well. The embroidery is self-designed and digitized and my machine stitch it out. The buttons are covered with fabric, which are also individually embroidered. The coat has 3/4 sleeves and therefore is worn with red velveteen gloves, which I also made. The gloves have tiny covered buttons that run down the side. Each button is also embroidered.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Dorothea Vincent

Comments (17)

threadfllower threadfllower writes: Just beautiful!
Posted: 4:11 pm on January 18th

Catlover1 Catlover1 writes: Your coat is just beautiful. I love the buttonhole & button detail which echoes your motif. I haven't mastered digitising as yet.
Posted: 5:04 pm on September 11th

Sew_With_Me Sew_With_Me writes: It is a joy when passion and sewing come together! Well done! Am fascinated though as to why you made the sleeves 3/4 length?

Posted: 12:19 am on August 6th

user-1120531 user-1120531 writes: Wonderful - the attention to detail is just breathtaking
Posted: 4:21 am on August 2nd

hvnlyhost hvnlyhost writes: Absolutely beautiful!
Posted: 2:15 pm on April 11th

shelly123 shelly123 writes: awe thats lovely kinda reminds me of the coats we had has children when we had matchings hand mufflers
Posted: 4:12 pm on April 10th

user-1112706 user-1112706 writes: That coat is breathtaking! Absolutely GORGEOUS! ~Pam
Posted: 8:07 am on March 25th

soannit soannit writes: Beautiful embroidery and digitizing. Lovely stylish garment.
Posted: 1:11 pm on March 23rd

user-1111261 user-1111261 writes: Exquisite! That's real sewing.
Posted: 8:29 am on March 20th

TTrdh TTrdh writes: Beautifully done! I hope someone at the magazine emails you asking permission to showcase this creation in their fall/winter issue!
Posted: 8:42 pm on March 17th

user-982688 user-982688 writes: Really lovely. Makes me wish I lived in cold country.
Posted: 10:26 am on March 16th

Mahogany_Stylist Mahogany_Stylist writes: Beautiful.
Posted: 4:20 pm on March 15th

White77mg White77mg writes: What an exquisite ensemble! All of the elements come together perfectly - just gorgeous!
Posted: 7:43 am on March 10th

Skexykahjax Skexykahjax writes: that forum just like that I am looking for, I wonder where to have a payable product project list?
Posted: 4:47 am on March 9th

Grandcarr Grandcarr writes: Nice!

Posted: 8:35 pm on March 8th

sofil sofil writes: Good job!!!!
Posted: 5:06 pm on March 7th

happysewing52 happysewing52 writes: This is a very pretty coat, nice work.
Posted: 1:03 pm on March 7th

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