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Posted on:3/12/07 6:18 PM
Last Updated:4/7/07 0:33 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 10 people   
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maybbm said... (10/30/07 8:35 AM) Reply
Lee, my height is about 5'5", not very tall at all.
LNyberg said... (10/29/07 12:16 PM) Reply
This is a great review. Sounds like she is my size and therefore the sizing comments were very helpful. I would like to know how tall she is, to better judge if the shortening of the shirt to make a jacket would be appropriate for my frame as well.
LNyberg said... (10/29/07 12:13 PM) Reply
This is a great review. Sounds like she is my size and therefore the sizing comments were very helpful. I would like to know how tall she is, to better judge if the shortening of the shirt to make a jacket would be appropriate for my frame as well.
Nancywin said... (4/7/07 2:18 PM) Reply
Very nice, May. I have never used this pattern line before, but would like to check it out. Your worksmanship looks beautiful. Lots of trouble with the yahoo links though.
Beve said... (4/7/07 1:30 PM) Reply
These are amazing pieces of work! I want to be like you when I grow up!
Soliel said... (4/7/07 11:41 AM) Reply
I think it looks more fitted, less boxy on you than the illustration!
CarolynGM said... (4/7/07 6:13 AM) Reply
Two very classy looking jackets. Great side seam technique.
Sew4Fun said... (4/6/07 6:48 PM) Reply
I love your blue jacket with the jeans.
Rebecca H said... (3/25/07 9:41 AM) Reply
Really nice. The blue one looks great with jeans, very classy! I also love the detail work you did on the button frames and the choice of buttons.
AnneM said... (3/20/07 8:28 AM) Reply
Nice jacket. While the blue matches your lovely skirt, the beige really shines with it. (so to speak) The blue looks superb with jeans, though. Neat jacket style.
Petticoat said... (3/14/07 6:12 PM) Reply
Wow !
cecelia said... (3/13/07 11:47 AM) Reply
What very pretty jackets and a nice style on you!
Karine said... (3/13/07 8:44 AM) Reply
You do beautiful work. Both jackets are lovely.
ryan's mom said... (3/13/07 7:16 AM) Reply
Both jackets are great, but I love that blue color on you! Very striking!
MissCelie said... (3/13/07 6:49 AM) Reply
Very cool! It's unique, that's for sure. I love it.
fuzzygalore said... (3/13/07 5:16 AM) Reply
Wow! This is truly impressive...
mClones said... (3/13/07 0:37 AM) Reply
While the blue is a stunning color, the beige is so right on. What beautiful work you do.
kiddo said... (3/13/07 0:35 AM) Reply
Both jackets and your Miyake are superb!!!
hongkongshopper said... (3/12/07 10:54 PM) Reply
May, both jackets are lovely!
maybbm said... (3/12/07 9:45 PM) Reply
Thank you all!! I love both versions. They have quite different feel to them, don't they? Karen, I am not quite sure how you concluded that I have a vibrant personality. Probably the blue fabric's fault. ;)
Tiner W said... (3/12/07 8:22 PM) Reply
So very pretty! And your knitting is amazing!
Annette1 said... (3/12/07 8:08 PM) Reply
VERY nice! The jacket looks great on you. I've got this pattern, too, so I'm especially glad to read your review. Thanks.
blue mooney said... (3/12/07 8:04 PM) Reply
These look great on you!
Karen8320 said... (3/12/07 7:28 PM) Reply
May, both the blue and beige jackets are fantastic. I think you look quite stunning in the blue jacket and the design looks like it really suits your vibrant personality. Great work!
marjenann said... (3/12/07 6:35 PM) Reply
Magnificent work on both of your jackets. They look absolutely stunning on you!! I did check your blog and love the skirt that you made as an accompaniment to the beige jacket. Love the combination!!! Your knitting projects are to die for too!!!!!
Marie_P. said... (3/12/07 6:33 PM) Reply
I love both of the jackets but the blue is especially stunning. I also took a look at your blog and thought it was quite interesting. You are very talented.
Linda G said... (3/12/07 6:31 PM) Reply
They both are awesome!
Cheryl Reeves said... (3/12/07 6:24 PM) Reply
I love both of your jackets, but I think my favorite is the one in beige suiting. Very pretty.
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