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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5145 (Misses Coat)

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Posted on:11/27/11 2:56 PM
Last Updated:12/2/11 4:08 PM
Pattern Size:Regular Petite 


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 1 people   
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Heatherrique said... (12/3/11 12:39 PM) Reply
Classy and gorgeous jacket!
marec said... (12/3/11 10:26 AM) Reply
A beautiful coat and your added design features just make it nicer. I love it!
betty bushwacker said... (12/3/11 9:34 AM) Reply
Great shaping with a modern vintage look. Very pretty coat
halleyscomet said... (12/3/11 7:31 AM) Reply
The lining is black. The red you are seeing is my duct tape dummy!
EMSB said... (12/2/11 8:52 PM) Reply
I believe this is the same fabric I just finished using to make a tailored jacket and skirt (review to come soon) and it is very warm. I only lined my jacket (no interlining) and I get hot in it. I really like the added cord on your coat. It's a beautiful job.
renren said... (12/2/11 4:49 PM) Reply
Very pretty! Also, I think polyester is like a barricade and it actually traps the heat from your body. At least this is my experience with a poly dress and top--I can't wear them in this climate because it's like wrapping myself in saran wrap. The Bemberg (a rayon is wood-fiber kind of fabric that breathes, but the poly is a heat trap which does not allow for free circulation of air if tightly woven). No matter the fabric, this is just spectacular looking and I hope one day to have enough skills to sew something like this. In PA, I'm sure trapping your body heat is a good idea in the winter!!!
tiadia said... (12/2/11 4:14 PM) Reply
It looks lovely! I love the red lining!
pdiddly said... (11/28/11 4:39 PM) Reply
very nice coat
Sheila457 said... (11/28/11 7:49 AM) Reply
Lovely coat.
SewWil said... (11/27/11 10:12 PM) Reply
Beautiful coat!
Nancywin said... (11/27/11 3:05 PM) Reply
Really nice looking coat. I'm thinking that the interlining that you put in should help it be warmer.
 
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