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Pattern Reviews> Storm Mountain Designs> 106 (Canadian Living Coat)

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Reviewed by:Joy Joy

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Posted on:1/5/09 11:26 AM
Last Updated:1/5/09 11:28 AM
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Sewphie said... (2/15/10 6:43 PM) Reply
Nice coats, they look really cozy. Btw, where did you find your two way metal zips?
fashionablysew said... (12/18/09 1:07 PM) Reply
Hi, Just to let you know, I am very impressed with both the jackets you have made. Particularly the brown one. I am in love with that jacket and want to know where to find the pattern or is this something you created yourself. Very nice job. fashionablysew
toidvm said... (12/11/09 2:16 AM) Reply
Just a quick note, Storm Mountain is still around. Look for them on in 2010 (so I have heard!)
moushka said... (1/7/09 3:35 PM) Reply
Your coats are great. I regret my Linda Lundstrom Le Parka, which I grew out of, although it was not as practical as yours. In our weather, you really need serious protection in the winter. Both coats look like they do their jobs and are stylish, too. Thanks for the review and pictures.
GrammaSewn said... (1/6/09 7:26 PM) Reply
Great job and great looking. Where do you get the long sport type zippers?
Diane333 said... (1/6/09 8:33 AM) Reply
love it!!!
Jacqui315 said... (1/5/09 11:22 PM) Reply
Great coats! Looks like they will keep you warm and dry!
Athene said... (1/5/09 9:39 PM) Reply
Great coats against the elements and they look smart too.
Kay Y said... (1/5/09 1:23 PM) Reply
I had forgotten about this pattern, which is in my collection! Your coats both look great, but I especially like the brown one. Your review makes me think about making a true nasty weather coat... I have lots of bright red ripstop and some of those trusty black plastic buckles. How is the hem width for walking in the long coat?
Sharon1952 said... (1/5/09 12:22 PM) Reply
Great coat! Thanks for the review and the ideas.
wendlesue said... (1/5/09 12:20 PM) Reply
Very spiffy! :)
Seamingly Simple said... (1/5/09 12:01 PM) Reply
Lovely coats. The Storm Mountain line was owned by Textile Outfitters, which got bought out by Campers Village. I think Campers Village closed down their sewing supply business and aren't making any more Storm Mountain patterns, unfortunately. MacPhee also has a number of easy coat patterns (NAYY).
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