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  Vogue Patterns 8123 MISSES' JACKET

Vogue Patterns 8123

Vogue Patterns 8123 MISSES' JACKET Line Drawing

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photo Easy & Great for Beginners
I'm making this in rip stop taffeta, and previous comments about underlining are so true. I've used medium weight sew-in interfacing on the collar, the front edge, the sleeve cuffs and am planning to add flannel to the hem (I want the weight but not the crispness there). Doing a Hong Kong seam treat

SJ Kurtz
photo Highly Recommend
Very Easy Vogue original pattern is for an unlined jacket with three variations. I made view C and added a lining. Misses 8-14 Yes, it did look like the illustration on the pattern envelope. The instructions were easy to follow and the pieces fit together well. This would be a successful beg

photo Highly Recommend
Easier than I had anticipated! It was a pleasure sewing this jacket. It was quick and looked quite chic. I made it first with some fleece and I used the hong kong finish on the seams which always takes some time but looks beautiful when not lining a jacket. The second one~ I decided to interline t

photo Easy & Great for Beginners
I used hand-dyed handwoven fabric for this jacket. The warp (vertical threads on loom) is very fine silk, while the weft alternates between hand-dyed habotai silk ribbon and hand-dyed silk boucle yarn. For an accent fabric, I wove a striped twill pattern using fine silk for both warp and weft (again

Denise Kovnat
photo Highly Recommend
Pattern Description: Loose-fitting jacket has two-piece sleeve and collar variations. A: open front, three-quarter length roll cuff sleeve. B: front button, overarm slit on lower edge of sleeve. C: one button collar closing. Pattern Sizing: 8 to 22. I made a 10 Did it look like the photo/drawing


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