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Reviewed by:Nata

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Posted on:9/30/09 11:20 PM
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Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 20 people   
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Ceidhle said... (10/12/09 7:03 PM) Reply
I think this very detailed review is excellent, will be helpful when I make a jacket like it, as I hope to do.
trishapatk said... (10/4/09 7:27 PM) Reply
Luscious! Beautiful workmanship and perfect marriage of fabric and style. Bet it will be fun to have this jacket to put on when it's cold outside.
Athene said... (10/3/09 7:47 PM) Reply
Fabulous jacket and the fabric is so unique.
TanyaMT said... (10/3/09 6:18 PM) Reply
very nice!
AnneM said... (10/3/09 10:47 AM) Reply
What a neat jacket. That fabric is fabulous, and really makes a distinctive but wearable jacket. You selected a very nice style for it as well.
sew obsessed said... (10/2/09 9:45 PM) Reply
WOW this is great! The fabric really sets this jacket apart!
lilyofthevalley said... (10/2/09 5:46 PM) Reply
Very, very special piece, Nata, and your construction is superb. Also looks killer with the skirt. --Lily
MissCelie said... (10/2/09 5:05 PM) Reply
jannw said... (10/2/09 4:13 PM) Reply
absolutly beautiful...
renren said... (10/2/09 2:59 PM) Reply
Oh, my gosh, this is just stunning. The fabric alone is beautiful and the craftmanship you have brought to the project just makes a superb lined jacket! Wow!!!
chrisquilts_2 said... (10/2/09 2:12 PM) Reply
just beautiful!
Michele Lommasson said... (10/2/09 2:11 PM) Reply
I really enjoyed reading your review. Your jacket looks great. What an inspiration.
KarmenG said... (10/2/09 9:25 AM) Reply
LOVE IT and love the fabric too. Your work is gorgeous.
trinicity said... (10/2/09 7:06 AM) Reply
amazing you did such a fantastic job
dingyadi said... (10/2/09 7:02 AM) Reply
That is fabulous! I love the fabric and it looks so beautifully made
Raye Ann said... (10/1/09 11:51 PM) Reply
way to go! nice jacket!
Karen6790 said... (10/1/09 11:41 PM) Reply
This looks great. I've worked with faux leather and the real stuff, and I've actually found faux more difficult. You got a beautiful result here and I love the piping.
Em's Summer said... (10/1/09 8:49 PM) Reply
WOW!!! What a beautiful jacket, Natalia! It has some fun elements, but is very elegant, too! I love it!!!
mending maven said... (10/1/09 7:53 PM) Reply
Nancy K said... (10/1/09 4:02 PM) Reply
It's gorgeous! What a great job.
RLL said... (10/1/09 3:44 PM) Reply
I love everything about this, but the fabric really got my attention.
MBPaz said... (10/1/09 2:25 PM) Reply
Nata, this jacket has PIZAZZ! And is so well constructed. Another review I will book mark to refer to the next time I make a jacket.
barbcl said... (10/1/09 11:21 AM) Reply
Your jacket is gorgeous! I love the fabrics' print and the variegated color. Adding your own handmade piping to match a skirt helps make the look! Congrats on two lovely garments.
Re Becca said... (10/1/09 10:32 AM) Reply
WOW. I wouldn't have thought to put such a fun fabric with this jacket, but you make it look stunning. Nice piping too.
Sharon1952 said... (10/1/09 10:28 AM) Reply
This jacket is gorgeous! You need to change your PR sewing level- look professional to me.
carolynw said... (10/1/09 9:44 AM) Reply
Nata this is absolutely perfect - truly lovely job - great looking and interesting fabric choice!!
Donna Likes Golf said... (10/1/09 8:13 AM) Reply
Excellent job! Interesting fabric and I love the piping.
nancy2001 said... (10/1/09 6:45 AM) Reply
Your jacket turned out beautifully. I'm sure you'll get many compliments whenever you wear this marvelous jacket.
yorkshire lass said... (10/1/09 3:50 AM) Reply
Stunning, gorgeous, divine. This is a really fabulous jacket and the choice of fabric was inspired. Wonderful work.
yorkshire lass said... (10/1/09 3:39 AM) Reply
Stunning, gorgeous, divine. This is a really fabulous jacket and the choice of fabric was inspired. Wonderful work.
Margie T said... (10/1/09 1:45 AM) Reply
Stunning! Congratulations!
lara900 said... (10/1/09 0:34 AM) Reply
it looks stunning, and thank you for the thorough review!
loti said... (10/1/09 0:33 AM) Reply
Good job on the piping, it fits you very well, looks like it will go with everything!
marec said... (10/1/09 0:14 AM) Reply
I love this jacket Nata! The color and the roses are so special. Great save on your slight mishap with the nap layout.
Terri A said... (9/30/09 11:57 PM) Reply
Really wonderful textural interest:-)Great work!
sew2little said... (9/30/09 11:55 PM) Reply
I saw this fabric at Sawyer Brook and loved it; you have used it to full advantage in this very groovy jacket!!
MaryDB said... (9/30/09 11:41 PM) Reply
Nata, that's fabulous jacket you put together in no time at all! Kudos to you for jumping into the contest with such a great jacket.
SoVintage said... (9/25/09 3:28 PM) Reply
Love it! The fabric is terrific. I cant wait to see the finished garment.
nancy2001 said... (9/24/09 7:03 PM) Reply
Nata, what a lovely jacket pattern and a great faux suede fabric. This should be a great looking, fun jacket when it's done. I can't wait to see it. Good luck.
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