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Reviewed by:Brodie

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Posted on:5/6/07 5:05 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 5 people    Very Helpful by 12 people   
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Steve J. said... (3/2/09 10:11 AM) Reply
Nice jacket, and the review is very clear on helpful tips to make this project a keeper. I'm ordering the pattern now !
christine A said... (6/1/07 2:32 PM) Reply
You are very talented and this jacket is awsome!
AnneM said... (5/14/07 8:11 AM) Reply
Great job! Yes, Burda does have some of the best men's styles out there. Well, I'll still enter the 'sewing for men' contest even if I don't have much of a chance next to your jacket. :) I think we have all done the 'oops the wrong side of the fabric will show' routine so don't feel bad.
SexiSadi said... (5/10/07 8:31 PM) Reply
Great job on the jacket! That's one thing I haven't tackled yet...jackets. I don't know why.
Linda G said... (5/7/07 6:09 PM) Reply
Nice, some guy should be happy about this new jacket.
Skymom said... (5/7/07 8:54 AM) Reply
Your jacket looks great. The notched lapels came out perfectly--taking the time to sew those in two steps really does pay off. I like the zigzag topstitching.
Helen near Sydney said... (5/7/07 3:06 AM) Reply
Your jacket looks great, especially the unusual fabric. Great review.
Sew4Fun said... (5/7/07 2:35 AM) Reply
Great jacket. I like all your details. Congrats on your first review.
Christina Sonja said... (5/7/07 1:54 AM) Reply
Awesome jacket, thanks for sharing. I actually bought this pattern recently for my husband as it seems to have a lot of potential. Thanks for pointing out the half & full lining issue, I wondered about that when I was skimming through the directions. Can't wait to see more from you!
Liana said... (5/7/07 0:32 AM) Reply
This looks great, and yes, that's the way I like to do a notched collar, too.
Annika said... (5/6/07 11:55 PM) Reply
Too cool! It has a great look - clean lines, great looking sleeves. btw, I used to work in film too, first as a wardrobe mistress then a set decorator.
Lunar_C said... (5/6/07 8:15 PM) Reply
Looks fab. I have this one on my list to get for hubby so it's great to hear it was fairly easy and straight forward. It looks very hip and slighly shaped.
Seamingly Simple said... (5/6/07 8:02 PM) Reply
Very cool
marjenann said... (5/6/07 7:52 PM) Reply
Wonderful garment! A++++
Elemenopeo said... (5/6/07 6:46 PM) Reply
Great job!
j222b said... (5/6/07 6:24 PM) Reply
Wow! I love your jacket. Yours is so much better than the pattern photo. I like the decorative stitching you chose for the pockets and your choice of buttons. Great!!
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