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  Sewing Workshop Era Jacket

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photo Highly Recommend
Pattern Description: Loose-fitting, below waist jacket has high turned-down collar with deep mitered corners, short side seams with long vent openings extending above waist, one-piece sleeves with deep hem and vents, optional two-button front closure and decorative buttons at vent openings. All ed

photo Highly Recommend
A sewing project for my mom. This is her modeling the Sewing Workshop ERA jacket. I sewed this during my Christmas vacation. This is an OOP pattern. Pattern Description: From TSW: Loose fitting, below waist jacket has high turned down collar with deep mitered corners, short side seams with lon

photo Recommend, with Modifications
Pattern Description: This is a 'swing' jacket with an interesting looking collar. Very unique silhouette. The collar is what caught my eye - and ultimately, did not work for me out of the fabric I used and with the lining I added. Read on... Pattern Sizing:XS - XL Did it look like the photo/dr

Londa Rohlfing
photo Easy & Great for Beginners
This is the latest jacket pattern from Sewing Workshop. After trying it on at a trunk show, I decided to make it in a lightweight cotton twill. At the show there were two versions, one in a silk and one in denim. I liked the denim version which was kind of a sophisticated jean jacket. It was h

Sue Anfang

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