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Pattern Reviews> Jalie> 2320 (Women's Jeans Jacket)

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Posted on:2/4/07 6:17 AM
Last Updated:3/13/07 4:41 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 27 people   
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Restart06 said... (12/9/07 10:57 AM) Reply
Great review as I have been looking at jean jacket patterns. Now I have found one to use from your review. Thanks!
Annette1 said... (3/14/07 1:19 AM) Reply
My gosh, I love these jackets you've made, especially that turquoise one. This is a great pattern, and your workmanship is beautiful! I have the Kwik Sew jean jacket pattern, which I've yet to make, and now I'm thinking I need this one too. :o)
BARBARA J said... (3/13/07 1:25 PM) Reply
I bought the very same fabric with the very same intention! It's great to see it already made up,and I appreciate hints regarding the interfacing and collar area. I think it looks very "Chico's" or "Coldwater Creek" in style.
Elona said... (3/13/07 11:07 AM) Reply
I think they're both great, but I love the leather-look version. It really shows off all those seams.
SandraB said... (3/13/07 9:49 AM) Reply
Wow!! What fabulous jackets. Sounds like a lot of work, but what fantastic results. I love your choice of fabrics, and your welt pockets and topstitching look very professional.
mastdenman said... (3/13/07 9:36 AM) Reply
I love your jacket. This pattern has been aging nicely in my stash. I just may have to dig it out.
cindy-lou said... (3/13/07 9:32 AM) Reply
Wowsie-wow-wow! Stunning, both versions. I can tell you they'd sell for the $200 range at least-- and I'm sure yours fit better than RTW!
Debbie Cook said... (3/13/07 8:27 AM) Reply
Great new versions!
marjenann said... (3/13/07 8:24 AM) Reply
Really great looking jacket. Your top stitching is impeccable. What sewing maching are you using!! Very professional look!!!
BeckyC said... (3/13/07 8:20 AM) Reply
All of your jackets are beautiful! I especially love the 'leather look' version. It's so neat how the different fabrics give this great pattern such different looks. Great job!
Linda G said... (3/13/07 7:53 AM) Reply
Very nice jacket, well constructed, fits well...everything about it is top notch!
MissCelie said... (3/13/07 6:45 AM) Reply
mochalover said... (3/13/07 6:09 AM) Reply
Very impressive jackets. Both are absolutely wonderful!!!
cathy45 said... (2/7/07 8:26 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket--love the tourquise for the topstiching.
AnneM said... (2/5/07 8:58 PM) Reply
Nice jacket. I have that copy of Threads, & will definitely refer to it when I attempt a welt pocket.
Sigrid. said... (2/5/07 4:49 PM) Reply
Thank you all for your positive comments. I'm blushing. For jhansby EOS=EmmaOneSock.
jhansby said... (2/5/07 5:49 AM) Reply
Gorgeous!! Superb topstitching, too! ? from a newbie here....what is "EOS"?
PixieCat said... (2/5/07 5:08 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket! The topstitching looks wonderful.
daff said... (2/4/07 3:48 PM) Reply
Your jacket looks like something really special you'd buy at a boutique. Beautiful.
sewbehind said... (2/4/07 1:53 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket. Love the topstitching.
Cheryl Reeves said... (2/4/07 1:09 PM) Reply
Great job. I love jean jackets and this one looks beautiful.
cecelia said... (2/4/07 12:34 PM) Reply
Thanks for a nice review on a lovely jacket, and congrats on your 1st welt pockets!
CarolynGM said... (2/4/07 12:10 PM) Reply
Beautifully done and a very helpful review. Good information on the length as I usually have to lengthen things too.
Sherril Miller said... (2/4/07 11:49 AM) Reply
That topstitching looks great with the coordinating thread. Your jacket is such a step above a regular denim jacket. Very pretty.
Tany said... (2/4/07 11:26 AM) Reply
Beautiful jeans jacket! Your welt pocket is perfect! Great review, congrats!
Leslie in Austin said... (2/4/07 11:18 AM) Reply
What a cool jean jacket! Love your choice of fabric and the turquoise topstitching. *NICE* welt pocket!
Debbie Cook said... (2/4/07 11:00 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket. I love your fabric and thread choices! Good for you on overcoming your fear of welt pockets. It looks great.
khurtdvm said... (2/4/07 10:42 AM) Reply
That is gorgeous! I love the color you used to topstitch, and the welt pockets are great.
coral said... (2/4/07 10:32 AM) Reply
Just smashing!
carolynw said... (2/4/07 9:35 AM) Reply
This is so beautiful - great job - love the neat welt pockets. Can always spot EOS's fabric!!
Janime said... (2/4/07 8:51 AM) Reply
Thanks for the good review. I love the paisley fabric! Your jacket turned out very well.
Karla Kizer said... (2/4/07 7:43 AM) Reply
Love the fabric. Your results are beautiful, and your review is very helpful.
blue mooney said... (2/4/07 7:43 AM) Reply
Wow! What a nice fabric selection! Congratulations on your welt pockets, too.
RuthieSews said... (2/4/07 7:36 AM) Reply
Sigrid what an absolutely beautiful version of a jeans jacket. A great print, and I love the turquoise topstitching and buttons. All your details are lovely and expertly done. Have fun wearing your jacket.
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