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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 02-2009-112 (Trench jacket)

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Posted on:9/15/11 10:40 AM
Last Updated:9/15/11 11:04 AM
Pattern Size:Petite 


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Aroura said...
What a totally excellent coat you made! IT looks better than RTW, every detail is perfect. Love your fabric choices (very cool lining!), buttons, and excellent review and photos. You look great! It us an extremely flattering coat on you, fabulous job!
9/15/11 11:23 AM
Rosesred said...
What a lovely variation on the traditional trenchcoat. All the details look beautiful and the coat looks great on you
9/15/11 11:32 AM
Elke said...
Gorgeous jacket with great attention to detail. It looks lovely on you.
9/15/11 12:27 PM
michellep74 said...
Gorgeous jacket, and super-flattering, too! Maybe the small pocket bags is a trench thing? I just started on the McCall's trench that everyone else has already made, it it has ridiculously small pocket bags, too.
9/15/11 2:35 PM
Terri A said...
Ooooh I like it, and the fabric sounds so lovely. I love all your photos.
9/15/11 4:24 PM
SewWil said...
You made yourself a beautiful jacket and it looks wonderful on you. Great job!
9/15/11 4:44 PM
becca a said...
What a gorgeous jacket! I love all your added details--I agree that a trench needs a belt and a lining.
9/16/11 7:02 AM
MarijaSLO said...
Excellent trench. And the way you wear it.
9/25/11 7:35 AM
 
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