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Date: 1/13/14 4:26 AM

Ottobre have posted the first preview pic from the 02/2014 magazine on Facebook.



Love this outfit, even though personally I never wear those kind of trousers!

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Date: 1/13/14 7:54 AM

That's a sweet trench.

I neglected my last Ottobre Woman. All I made from it was the raglan sleeve T. It's good to know the new issue is on the way.

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Date: 1/13/14 8:05 AM

I traced out four different patterns from the last but I too actually only made up the raglan top, which is a shame.

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Date: 1/13/14 9:07 PM

At least you have your tracings ready to go!

I usually sew lots more from the spring issue. I love their coats and jackets, but a couple of years ago I made TWO coats. Those are going to last me a long, long time.

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Date: 1/13/14 10:23 PM

Quote: blue mooney
That's a sweet trench.



I neglected my last Ottobre Woman. All I made from it was the raglan sleeve T. It's good to know the new issue is on the way.

Well I've neglected the past several issues, but I need to change that as I always have a few things in each I like. Time to make a spring/summer wardrobe plan I guess, even tho winter in the Pacific NW lasts until July 5th!

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Fabric sewn in 2014 ~ 25 yards
Fabric sewn in 2013 ~ 73.5 yards

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Date: 1/14/14 5:15 AM

Alas, I'm at least 2 sizes different from when I traced right now!

I have ambitious plans to make a couple of coats this year as well as right now I have just one RTW one and it fits really badly. That trench pattern is almost certainly going on my short-list for one of those new ones.

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Date: 1/14/14 9:10 AM

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Time to make a spring/summer wardrobe plan I guess, even tho winter in the Pacific NW lasts until July 5th!

That's smart. No-pressure sewing!

I took my Ottobre binder to bed last night to look at the different knit tops. I've only made two - one from the very first issue and the raglan from the last issue. In all those in-between issues I think I have made every shirt, but no other tees. I'd like to fix that, since the Ottobre knit tops are a pretty darn good fit for me.

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Date: 1/14/14 9:38 AM

Thanks for posting this! I hope the Ottobre blog puts up a preview soon. I love Ottobre Woman.

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Date: 1/14/14 1:00 PM

They've had at least one double-breasted trench before, so it's' a bit disappointing (sp?) to see one again. Many of usfeel we look too wide in double-breasted things. They allways have quite a few patterns I like, though. Looking forward to the new issue.

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Date: 2/1/14 3:07 PM

Some more images posted on Ottobre's Facebook site today:



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