Kid’s Western Vest Sewing Pattern: Lined Vest great for Beginners to Learn Linings

Western Vest for Girl's

We love this Vest Sewing Pattern because it is so versitile!  It is 1 of 2 vest patterns on the same PDF file.  The other is the Tux Vest.  This two-in-one pattern file is just one of our growing library of over 125 sewing patterns offered exclusively on our pattern library for the one-time price of $67.  See our offer here.

Both vests are quick and easy, but they are also high quality vests which are great for back to school, school photos, holidays and events.

You WILL save money on this sewing project.  Fabric requirements are small and the project is rewarding!

Western Vest Sewing Pattern: Beginner/Intermediate​

This pattern is terrific to learn linings.  

Back of Vest

Size Chart

Vest Size Chart

We used Faux Suade fabric.

Wovens 3oz – 10 oz

Wool, Linen, Cotton, Silks, Bamboo, Polyester, Blends

Worsted wools, tweeds, faux leathers.

Lining:  Calico Cotton, Sateens

Western and Tux Vest Views

Detailed Instructions with Every Pattern

This construction has 11 steps for Western Vest.  The pattern uses 10 pieces of paper.


(3) 3/4″ or 1″ buttons

1/2 yard + of fringe of desired length.  

More from Sewing Pattern Secrets

See Other the many other patterns included on the paid membership site.

See our Kid’s Tux Vest

See our Kid’s Hippie Vest

See Dinosaur Costume

See Monster Costume

See Shark Costume

Current Members:  Access this pattern on our library by logging into the library.  See accessories category.

Purchasing this Pattern:   This pattern is exclusively available as part of our paid pattern library (125 patterns for $67) in our sales offer here.

Molly McGuire

Hi! My name is Molly McGuire, and my number one passion is sewing. In fact, I've dedicated my entire life to it. When I was a little girl, I used to love watching my grandma work on her sewing machine. She could make anything. She made all the clothes for the entire family, and it was so amazing! Today, I continue my grandma's legacy by making clothes for our extended family and teaching proper sewing techniques to our students. I get a great deal of satisfaction from teaching others. Once again, thank you for visiting my blog and please feel free to reach out to me! I would love to hear from you! Enjoy! Molly

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