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Rodeo Cowgirl Jacket Pattern - by Folkwear

Rodeo Cowgirl Jacket Pattern - by Folkwear
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In the early 20th century, adventurous young women blazed a trail from the straight-laced cities of the east to the Wild West, where they learned how to rope, ride, and buck in the popular traveling rodeo shows. This versatile unlined Jacket, adapted from vintage cowgirl costumes, features princess seams, shawl collar, and set-in sleeves. There are three different shoulder yoke variations and two different cuff yoke and pocket shape variations, as well as an optional belt. Make it in a variety of fabrics, then add an array of embellishments, from fringe and studs to embroidery and lace, to create an entire wardrobe of Western-style jackets. Suggested fabrics: Denim, corduroy, cotton, lightweight suede or leather, velvet, medium to heavyweight silk. Misses' sizes XS-2XL.

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