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Pattern Reviews> Marfy> 1022 (60s style coat)

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Reviewed by:Debra H

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Posted on:1/28/07 11:31 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 28 people   
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JenniferBee said...
Very unusual coat, looks really good. Thanks for the topstitching tip it makes it stand out well.
1/29/07 0:18 AM
gaz-mom said...
that is stunning!
1/29/07 0:42 AM
Tany said...
Stunning indeed! You did a wonderful work!
1/29/07 4:10 AM
Danvillegirl said...
Great looking coat. Another challenge successfully completed.
1/29/07 5:24 AM
hongkongshopper said...
I think the coat is stunning. You have done a great job (as usual)!
1/29/07 5:40 AM
Marji said...
This looks great. I love how you solved the front closure button dilemma. Thanks for all the info.
1/29/07 6:25 AM
Barbara at Cat Fur Studio said...
Another beautiful piece by you. Thanks for the comprehensive summary of your process.
1/29/07 6:43 AM
BeckyC said...
Your coat is beautiful! The velvet collar and the buttons are beautiful on the camel colored fabric. Great review and tips!
1/29/07 7:56 AM
Em's Summer said...
That is a wonderful coat!
1/29/07 8:46 AM
Kay Y said...
It seems this pattern was not up to Marfy's usual high standard, but nevertheless you have made another stand-out coat. I think your solution for the "frog" trim on the front is perfect since it echoes the topstitching on the back seams.
1/29/07 8:48 AM
2muchfabric said...
Wow-- Your coat is absolutely gorgeous! Your tab solution to the pouffy hem creates such charming detail. Thanks for another inspiring review.
1/29/07 8:56 AM
carolynw said...
Well done Debra - very professional work as usual. You never fail to inspire me!!
1/29/07 8:57 AM
washer_woman said...
Just beautiful, Debra! I really like the way you made the buttonholes - very clever!
1/29/07 9:37 AM
Lisette said...
Wonderful coat and review.
1/29/07 9:37 AM
slanden99 said...
Very impressive--especially without instructions
1/29/07 10:10 AM
Levone said...
Gorgeous coat. I loved reading your review and the process that you went though to create this.
1/29/07 10:11 AM
Nancy K said...
Another great project. How about a picture on you?
1/29/07 10:18 AM
dreamdesigner said...
1/29/07 11:16 AM
OP Gal said...
Once again, another beautiful professional-looking garment. I love all the details. Kudos for figuring out all the instructions they don't give. Thanks for another wonderfully detailed review.
1/29/07 11:24 AM
GorgeousFabrics said...
Lovely coat and great review. It vaguely reminds me of Jackie Kennedy's inauguration coat.
1/29/07 11:26 AM
PhyllisC said...
Boy I love Marfy coats - this is fabulous!
1/29/07 12:19 PM
nicegirl said...
That is definitely a "uniquely attractive coat," as you say! Fantastic job.
1/29/07 1:46 PM
Lori V said...
Stunning coat, love the details.
1/29/07 3:30 PM
jnamcd said...
Beautiful! I love the velvet collar!
1/29/07 4:13 PM
Jan B. said...
Gorgeous coat and terrific problem-solving solutions. A wonderful review--be proud.
1/29/07 5:17 PM
Heatherrique said...
Debra, what a beautiful coat! I always like your interpretation of the pattern - they are always better than what's pictured!
1/29/07 8:10 PM
Ciclista said...
Debra - as always an incredible garment. What did the pattern have instead of the horizontal seam at the button line for the button openings?
1/29/07 10:49 PM
Cheryl Reeves said...
Debra, this is so beautiful. Have you worn it yet? I would love to see a picture of you wearing it.
1/29/07 11:33 PM
Debra H said...
The pattern was unclear about what it intended for the showed where buttons would be placed but nothing to indicate buttonholes. Just the word "frog" stamped on the pattern piece.
1/30/07 3:49 PM
cathy45 said...
Exquisite! applause--applause
2/1/07 10:19 PM
Liana said...
How did I miss this review? It looks very nice, and I like your button solution. I've seen frogs like this. They're a long tube of fabric, shaped as shown in the drawing, with a loop at each end. One button is the actual closure, and the other is just for symmetry.
2/5/07 1:31 AM
JaneH said...
I love the detail of the coat. You did a fantastic job!!
2/7/07 12:03 PM
Marie Norway said...
Thank you so much for interesting views on the coat. I have just ordered the pattern myself. Do you think the fullness would work better with another fabric?
8/5/07 7:07 AM
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