This is the Two-in-one jacket from Sewing for Boys by Shelly Figueroa and Karen LePage. I actually finished it a few months back and wasn't really expecting the boy to still be wearing it but thanks to our delightful English summer, we're really getting a lot of wear out of this one.
I added patch pockets rather than the welt ones in the pattern because, well, life's too short to make welt pockets*. I figured also that a two year old is probably not going to question the pocket styling, as long as it fits a small plastic turtle inside and can be used to transport a small amount of sand then all is ok with the world.
I'm pretty pleased with this as it's my first ever coat! The construction was really rather simple and I'd definitely consider making up another version for the winter. It also gets rather a lot of admiring comments when we're out and about from strangers which is always nice! Do you accept compliments gracefully on hand-made stuff and keep quiet or do you go for the 'thanks, I MADE IT' approach which inevitably draws more compliments? I usually go for the latter and then feel a bit showyoffy afterwards.
*I noticed that Sewaholic's new pattern features welt pockets. I'd be interested to see her method as she's got a brilliant way of making things look easy.