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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Downloadable> 8020 (Hikaru Jacket)

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Posted on:8/17/09 1:12 AM
Last Updated:8/17/09 10:20 AM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 13 people   
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Christas said... (10/18/09 5:04 PM) Reply
You are a very talented seamstress. This jacket looks wonderful!
jaeng said... (8/20/09 10:52 AM) Reply
Awesome jacket, look very charp and well made.
barbcl said... (8/19/09 8:17 PM) Reply
Snazzy!
Catbird said... (8/18/09 7:29 PM) Reply
You've done a GREAT job on this. I love the details and the overall sleek style. 'Sharp and urban' is exactly right!
Danvillegirl said... (8/18/09 6:48 AM) Reply
Very nice jacket.
Nancywin said... (8/17/09 10:58 PM) Reply
Great looking jacket. It does look sharp and urban and is totally cool. Nice job on all the details.
Mel.J said... (8/17/09 8:35 PM) Reply
Beautiful fit, beautiful style, your review is very helpful & inspiring.
nellc said... (8/17/09 5:25 PM) Reply
Great Jacket, I love the military styling.
elainemay said... (8/17/09 12:12 PM) Reply
Thanks for all the kind comments! @Beek: I think this pattern (Burda 8020) is no longer for sale on the Burda website. Don't know if it's still in stores though. You can download it on BurdaStyle for $4, I think. Search for "Hikaru" on their website. Good luck!
Karen6790 said... (8/17/09 11:47 AM) Reply
Absolutely lovely. I love all the details on this jacket, and I could definitely see it made up in a variety of materials. This one is going on the must-sew list. Thanks for the heads up about the sleeve cap issue.
Peacock Chic said... (8/17/09 10:11 AM) Reply
you adaptation of this pattern is gorgeous!!! I saw yours and just knew there was a new pattern I hadn't seen on burdastyle. Instead I just like yours way better...LOL!! Love it!
Beek said... (8/17/09 9:52 AM) Reply
Wonderful jacket. Thanks for the review. Is this pattern still in print?
meli88a said... (8/17/09 9:26 AM) Reply
This fits you so well and looks great with your revisions. Nicely done.
mylittleelephant said... (8/17/09 7:59 AM) Reply
I love your take on this pattern, very sophisticated grown-up style, I couldn't guess it from original model photos of Burdastyle, thanks for the review.
Lori V said... (8/17/09 7:32 AM) Reply
Fantastic jacket, I can see why you like it so much.
Elke said... (8/17/09 6:37 AM) Reply
Great looking jacket!
FreyaStark said... (8/17/09 5:45 AM) Reply
Very smart! Well done.
Sew4Fun said... (8/17/09 1:59 AM) Reply
Fabulous jacket! No wonder it's your favourite. I like how you left off the buttons and your fabric choice.
 
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