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For Fall Winter 2013-2014
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Date: 9/5/13 7:57 PM

The Fall Winter 2013-2014 Marfy patterns are now up on the BMV website. Marfy's annual 2013-2014 catalog is also available for purchase.

I like two jackets, F3223 and F3226.

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Date: 9/5/13 8:22 PM

I'm always a softie for color block although I never make or wear it. So I also like F3226.

F3200 coat w/ cloak is pretty neat. Reminds me of the Silhouette pattern I recently noticed, although this one is a little fancier.

For the life I don't lead.

More realistically, F2909 dress with pleats at the neckline would likely be good for my figure (slim pear, broad shoulders). They only list it in 2 sizes, though!

This is actually one of the more appealing group of Marfy patterns for me. Too bad none are the ones included with the catalogue.

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Date: 9/5/13 9:54 PM

I like those as well, I think the lines are very figure flattering. I'm tempted by a few of their patterns, but my sewing list is already too long!
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Date: 9/6/13 12:25 PM

Some nice coats and I ordered this one this morning. Maybe I'll actually use this pattern for the trenchcoat I've been planning for more years than I care to think about.F3195
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Date: 9/6/13 4:03 PM

I love all the coats and jackets although the prices discourage me from adding them to my wardrobe, considering that they have no place in my lifestyle. Droool.
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Date: 9/6/13 4:22 PM

I have my eye on 3219! Wondering if it would work with a really heavy wool, or if lighter weight fabric is needed.

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Date: 9/7/13 11:30 AM

F3009 looks really nice...but does Marfy ever go on sale (?)...the price seems a bit steep seeing as how one can get McCalls, Butterick etc. for $1.99 or less on sale.
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Date: 9/7/13 1:54 PM

Very interesting. These patterns always make me wish that I live in a place that has a real winter, love their coats.
I have 3217 in stash, but my favorite is 3068 which is actually cut out and ready to be sewn. I put it aside because it doesn't fit into my September wardrobe so maybe next month.

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Date: 9/7/13 2:57 PM

I love this one
3182. It is even one of the recommended patterns for the Little French Jacket sewalong.

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Date: 9/7/13 3:00 PM

I really like 3217

I'm not sure about the 'darts-forming-pockets' part of the skirt but I've been looking for something similar to the top. I haven't tried a Marfy pattern yet and I think I'm ready to make the jump!
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