The pockets are cute and roomy. He can keep his hands warm or carry little treasures. I skipped the buttons on the front and added teeth-like toggles, faux leather triangles, and leather loops. It worked great at first, but I think I need to add some Velcro in the front to keep it a little more stable. And Velcro is something my son can do all by himself.
So if you remember, two years ago I made my son a toddler Puppy Coat trying to make something similar to Little Goodall’s coats. I didn’t get it out for my daughter until I was done with the wolf coat, and I realized I made them almost exactly the same. They are both gray with white fur. Even the teeth toggles are the same. I really must create on the same wavelength. The puppy coat is still too big for my daughter, but I think it’ll work great for this winter. Hopefully she won’t be doing a lot of snow playing.
I love that they’re somewhat matching and can play as “puppies” together. And I love seeing something I made for my son being used again by my daughter.
My daughter is a cute baby puppy, and that tail poking out gets me every time.
Outtakes that I just had to share
The red pants are from my Harry Potter Griffindor outfits, and the green pants are from my Aviator Pants post.