25 March 2015

Agatha Raincoat - Papillon et Mandarine

Me estoy volviendo fan de esta marca! Segundo patrón de Papillon et Mandarine, done! Me parece monísimo! Se llama Agatha, y es una abriguito con la solapa cruzada, unos pliegues debajo del talle y cuello bebé. Yo lo he hecho con tela de gabardina pensando ya en la primavera. 
I'm becoming a big fan of this brand! Second pattern of Papillon et Mandarine, done! It's super cute! This one is the Agatha, and it's a jacket with edge and box pleats, fully lined and a beautiful Peter Pan collar. I've made one on gabardine thinking ahead on spring.

 
El patrón original viene con unos vivos de bies alrededor de los cuellos, de los adornos de las mangas y de los cinturoncitos que trae. En mi caso, como me gustaba tanto la tela que he utilizado para forro, he preferido jugar con las dos telas y omitir la cinta al bies. Me gusta porque no ha quedado nada recargado :-)
The original pattern suggests contrasting bias tape around the collar, the cuffs, the front and back half-belts. I loved so much the fabric I chose for the lining I preferred to play around with the fabric combination and skip the bias tape. I love the result, cause it's not super busy.
Un detalle la solapa de las mangas:
A detail of the sleeves:
He utilizado botones azul plomizo para toda la garbardina excepto para el medio cinturón delantero, que escogí uno rosa intenso. Me encanta como resalta ese pequeño detalle :-)

I used grey-blue buttons for all the jacket except for that dark pink one in the front half belt. I love how it pops- up!
La gabardina desde todas sus vistas:
All the views of the jacket:
Y con un poquito más de detenimiento. Aquí se ve mejor el forro tan bonito que tiene. Además la compré en una tienda en Gran Canaria a la que le tengo mucho cariño (El Kilo de San Bernardo). La tela exterior, tb es preciosa y es una tela de gabardina de Trae Tela.
And again some more detailed. Here you can see the beautiful lining. I bought it in a shop in Gran Canaria which is quite special for me (El Kilo de San Bernardo). The main fabric is also gorgeous, and it was bought in Trae Tela.

Qué tengais muy buen día!
Have a great day!

Fátima

18 comments:

  1. It's so cute!! Love the details in contrasting fabric, they make such a great difference :-)

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    1. Thank you!! I'm in love with the contrasting fabric! I wish I had more! :-)

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  2. Oh! So sweet... I love it. :)

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  3. Es precioso! Está muy guapa con este abriguito, un toque muy primaveral!

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    1. Gracias bonita! Ya la verá con el abriguito puesto! Mua!

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  4. Oh mine, this is absolutely adorable! Love love love it!

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  5. This is awesome! Love your fabric choices and the coat has lovely lines, just the kind i love for girls!

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  6. Beautiful! Your fabric choices are wonderful. She looks so great!

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  7. ohhh so cute! Love it... I'm going to ckeck those patterns now... ;-)

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    1. You will want to buy all of them!! Careful! lol <3

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  8. Que preciosidad, para quitarse el sombrero! Y Blanquita está tan linda ...

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  9. Que preciosidad, para quitarse el sombrero! Y Blanquita está tan linda ...

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  10. Love your version!
    I have several P&M patterns and I truly love them all mainly because of their classical style with a twist. This one is on my to-buy list for quite a while.
    I will definitely give it a try next season :)

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  11. Gracias :-) !!! We are already using it a lot!!!

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