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Posted on:4/15/05 5:47 PM
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Frogstitcher said... (4/16/05 11:32 AM) Reply
Your jacket is very stylish, especially with the semi-kangaroo pockets.
blue mooney said... (4/16/05 6:53 AM) Reply
Thanks for reviewing, regardless of when you made this up. I love your version, and kudos for good photos. It's often hard to see details in black garments. You've made me want to take another look at this pattern. Thanks again!
Anne Frances said... (4/16/05 6:20 AM) Reply
Thank you so much for this and the photo of the collar detail. I've been looking at some Burda WoF designs with collars like this and couldn't figure out quite how they worked. Now I want to try this on a blouse. The jacket and fabric are very smart.
Marita Kinnula said... (4/16/05 0:13 AM) Reply
Very nice job, I like this collar also, it really let's you to have the collar open or colsed and it looks good both ways, this is a standard collar treatment for men's tayloring.
lmg said... (4/15/05 9:48 PM) Reply
Thanks for the review. I was thinking about making this pattern and your review was timely. I love those collars as well. I see them more and more in Burda patterns
edube said... (4/15/05 9:48 PM) Reply
Isn't it interesting to see all the variations of the same garment! I preferred the view with the hood because there are no shoulder pads and I thought the hood would give a little extra *oomph* to the shoulder area, but I really like your version as well. Very nice.
Liana said... (4/15/05 9:40 PM) Reply
Very pretty, and a lovely job, as with all your garments. What fun to pull this out for spring!
els said... (4/15/05 6:20 PM) Reply
Your jacket is beautiful.About the cuffs you also can cut the cuffs pattern twice for each cuff, and make them reversible in fabric.In other words cut a fabric cuff facing the same height as the outer cuff.
Irene said... (4/15/05 6:10 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket! Thanks for including the detail view of the collar stand. I'm encouraged to modify some of my existing patterns.
CarolynGM said... (4/15/05 5:55 PM) Reply
I love what you did with this pattern -- thanks for the details about the cuffs. I've sewn collars with stands like that a time or two and really like the effect. The fabric is also gorgeous.
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