I find it very hard to find outerware for children. Normally they are loaded with way too many details, little prints, a ton of zippers and on top of that they are way to thick for our climate. I just want it simple, and I wanted a big pocket in the front for gloves so they won't get lost. Back in September when I started looking for a jacket for Seth, I just couldn't find one, so I had to get back to the sewing machine and make one. Now I am pretty happy because next year I don't have to spend hours trying to find one, I will just make it, which in the end is probably just as time consuming, but a lot more fun and definitely more satisfying.
I pair it with a big chunky sweater beneath for ekstra warmt, and the plan is that he can wear it this spring as a light jacket without the chunky sweater or just with a lighter one.
I made a zipper in the side so it would make it easyer for him to take it on and of. At the zipper I attached a little pool ball (number 2) once part of a keyring. Anoraks are not the easiest jacket for someone who has just turned 3 and started kindergarten, but it just looks so good. You see it is not always about beeing practical... looks count you know... Smiley
Oh yes the boots... can't make those. But I was so lucky, I found RAP leatherboots in cognac with a goretex lining, so no cold and wet feet. A size 27... he grows fast.
The alarm just bipped... bread in the oven, gotta go. See you...
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