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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 10-2007-119 (Seamed Stand Collar Coat)

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Review submitted in Fabric Stash - 2011 Contest
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Posted on:2/1/11 2:01 PM
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Annette1 said... (2/4/11 3:47 PM) Reply
I LOVE everything you've done with this coat, especially those ruffles. :o)
Lucy in Virginia said... (2/3/11 12:50 PM) Reply
Hey, haven't I seen that pose before? It's Marlo Thomas from "That Girl!" Seriously, what a beautiful coat, love the buttons and thanks for the tutorials! I'm so glad you finished something so lovely for the stash contest! Must try those Spanish snap buttonholes.
SusiM said... (2/3/11 1:28 AM) Reply
Nice coat and a very great review!! Thanks.
becca a said... (2/2/11 9:13 AM) Reply
Gorgeous coat! I love the ruffle.
sunnysewer said... (2/2/11 0:55 AM) Reply
Very pretty and I like that trick with the cuffs for added warmth, clever!
Sewingelle said... (2/2/11 0:09 AM) Reply
Ann Smith said... (2/1/11 11:20 PM) Reply
So great. Well worth taking the time and making the effort. I must say there is nothing Slapdash about this one.
Karen6790 said... (2/1/11 10:54 PM) Reply
Gorgeous. The velveteen ruffles are perfect and I'm in awe of your bound buttonholes - with velveteen? You look very cute in it, and best of all (this year) you look WARM and cute.
AdaH said... (2/1/11 9:54 PM) Reply
All your hard work paid off as your coat is wonderful.
Julia Bobbin said... (2/1/11 8:21 PM) Reply
OO Oooo I love it! You have such a great range of fabric (and at good prices!) in the U.S. Speaking of which, I may be coming to D.C. in March (hopefully) can you recommend any good fabric stores to raid?
Mufffet said... (2/1/11 7:38 PM) Reply
Lovely coat. Nice and warm for the temps you made it for! Very pretty - good to wear anywhere.
AnitaJ said... (2/1/11 7:16 PM) Reply
Awesome coat! I love the ruffle trim and your wind-protected sleeves. Great details!
Ericaeli said... (2/1/11 7:00 PM) Reply
What a beautiful/fun coat. I love all the details you added. I would've never thought to use fleece to make the pockets warmer (now I need to write that down). I really enjoy your reviews because they are always so detailed, and I always learn something new when I read them. Thank you!
Kayseri said... (2/1/11 6:38 PM) Reply
Fabulous coat, well worth all your effort.
KathleenS said... (2/1/11 6:13 PM) Reply
I love the shirt you have on underneath the coat. Covet, covet :) Anyway, about the coat... It looks very cosy. I like your bold contrast lining choice. I really should be a bit more adventurous. Thanks for all the tips, particularly about how to make it warmer.
Nan Kay said... (2/1/11 5:44 PM) Reply
Great review of a wonderful coat. It looks quite marvelous on you!
Dianna Cardwell said... (2/1/11 4:45 PM) Reply
Very Impressive job, I love your coat, too, & I know you will be enjoy it for many years. I love, love, love the velveteen ruffles. Congratulations on a job well done.
birdmcfarland said... (2/1/11 4:43 PM) Reply
ADORABLE!! I love it! Your hard work paid off because this is fabulous!
Judy Kski said... (2/1/11 2:30 PM) Reply
What a lovely coat! Thanks for writing such an extensive review.
michellep74 said... (2/1/11 2:24 PM) Reply
Gorgeous, gorgeous coat! I love the design changes that you made from the original pattern!
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