Henry’s coat and hat

I made this charming little coat and hat for my son, Henry. The pattern is McCall’s 6255 from 1962. It was a stunt outfit for pictures, so I skipped all the interesting tailoring instructions included in the pattern. It still took me two years to finish it!


(Photo by Jennifer Morrison Photography)


Details on my blog, Chronically Uncool.

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9 comments… add one

  • Your son, Henry, is a living doll and the outfit you made for him is adorable.

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  • How adorable! He is so sweet and looks so darn cute.

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  • Oh my goodness, he's a picture of perfection. Well done!

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  • It's just too cute for words. Such a lovely job.

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  • how fabulous- he looks great.

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  • Have to post again ADORABLE!!!!

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  • Well done…he's quite the gentleman!!

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  • Oh. My. Goodness! Your Henry is adorable, and that ensemble suits him perfectly!

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  • Your little guy looks like a little aristocrat in that outfit. You can't find clothes that nice for baby boys anymore!

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