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Origami coat : opinion needed
I can't pick a color-block version !
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Date: 11/14/12 6:01 AM

Hi there !
I'm going to sew the Origami coat from Lalimaya (Small French pattern company).
I played with my drawing software and I just can't pick a version between the last 4 ones I selected.



So... I put up a small poll.
The vote happens on my French blog, so all numbers will be adding up in one place. I created a special page there for English readers but both “French” and “English” votes are recorded there. Poll for origami coat

You can find the details (Fabrics, pattern) on my English blog : Origami coat : help needed !
Same thing in French : Manteau Origami : votez !

Many thanks in advance for your input.

The designer of the pattern has voted... But I'm not sure I should tell you which one she picked, I don't want to influence you !

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Date: 11/14/12 7:41 AM

I like no.1 with no.2 sleeves!
no, really. But prefer no.1 if you don't want to try doing no.2 sleeves on it.

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Date: 11/14/12 5:49 PM

Version 4 jumped out at me. So I voted for no.4.
Look forward to seeing which ever version you decide upon finished.

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Date: 11/14/12 5:59 PM

I like #4.

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Date: 11/14/12 7:13 PM

Number 2 was my favourite (I voted on your blog).
It's a gorgeous pattern, I'm off to have a look at what else they have. The last French patterns I had on my want-list became unavailable before I got to buying them, so I might take the plunge with this one.

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Date: 11/14/12 8:06 PM

Number Three, The sleeves look much better to me if they are all one color. Don't have to match. Three is definitely slenderizing.

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Date: 11/15/12 4:54 AM

Thank you all for your input !

I agree with all your choices and that's my problem

I'll close the poll on monday.
There are already 96 voters so I guess the vote trend will stay pretty much the same now.
Looks like it's going to be #2 by a good margin. (which was also the choice of the pattern designer by the way).

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The last French patterns I had on my want-list became unavailable before I got to buying them, so I might take the plunge with this one.

Mel.J : I suppose you're talking about "Au bonheur des petites mains" ? I was pretty bummed about it also because I didn't get the chance to buy one of their unique patterns before they shut down.

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Date: 11/15/12 5:41 AM

Yes, that was them. I had a long wishlist, but because of the language barrier had decided to wait & see a few reviews. I was surprised (and disappointed) that they disappeared, since their designs were so fabulous.
I suppose it's unrealistic to hope that someone will re-open that business, but I think if the patterns were translated (like Maria did with Shop Onion) they would have a much bigger market.
One day I might have a go at recreating some of the ones I really liked.

Good luck with your coat.

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Date: 11/15/12 5:44 AM

I am looking forward to seeing the finished coat

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Date: 11/15/12 7:22 AM

I like 4! Fun to have so many good options.

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