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Posted on:5/26/10 3:21 PM

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sewingcanary said...
This is listed as "No Pattern Used"... perhaps it's filed in the wrong place.
8/12/13 10:24 PM
nancy2001 said...
Beautiful coat -- you did a superb job. I have four yards of Fabulous Furs faux sable in my stash and four of their patterns. Now I just have to motivate myself to start the project.
6/5/10 9:39 PM
Seamingly Simple said...
This is gorgeous and looks very upscale. It looks like is no longer selling their patterns, only finished garments. This is such a shame. Good thing you bought the pattern when you did!
5/27/10 2:44 PM
Obrooks770 said...
Beautiful coat, you did a great job...looks real!
5/27/10 11:49 AM
Peter in NYC said...
Wow, what a fantastic coat. Had no idea faux fur is so costly.
5/27/10 10:11 AM
Annette1 said...
Sorry, duplicate post.
5/27/10 0:14 AM
Annette1 said...
BEAUTIFUL! Your hand sewing has paid off. What a luxurious coat. :o)
5/27/10 0:14 AM
Nan Kay said...
I've made several faux furs, the trick is to trim all that fur out of the seams before stitching. I just run the scissors horizontal to the backing and on the right side and just trim it all off inside the seam line. Makes a huge mess, but kind a fun! It stitches just fine after it is trimmed. Then run a pointed tool along the seam line from the right side and pull out any fur caught in the seam. Yours looks great, I'm sure you enjoy it.
5/26/10 7:43 PM
Rhoda K said...
5/26/10 3:50 PM
ryansmumAria said...
WOW! Wonderful and not an easy project.
5/26/10 3:47 PM
psgates said...
5/26/10 3:31 PM
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