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Pattern Reviews> No Pattern Used> D.Karan shearling copy (Donna Karan copy shearling jkt)

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Reviewed by:trishapatk
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Posted on:2/28/13 11:05 PM
Last Updated:3/4/13 8:56 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 16 people   
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ceejayem said... (1/29/14 11:30 PM) Reply
Absolutely fabulous! Thank you for the excellent review, your coat is wonderful. $4400 ahead!
Kristina C said... (12/28/13 9:59 AM) Reply
I've been off this site for a while but recently re-joined and decided to see what my favorite sewer (and old friend) has been up to. And Wow! So impressed with your eye, skills, and thoughtful reviewing. Yahoo!
nancy2001 said... (4/1/13 12:49 PM) Reply
Wow! Truly extraordinary!
jewelea said... (3/8/13 4:12 PM) Reply
Who wouldn't be impressed by this!
Michele Lommasson said... (3/7/13 0:13 AM) Reply
Beautiful! Just stunning!
yummymummy38 said... (3/6/13 7:26 AM) Reply
Congrats on an amazing, unique jacket, thanks for sharing. Yours is better than the original inspiration...
Pinkytoo said... (3/5/13 5:14 PM) Reply
(shoving carolynw out of the way) MINE!!!
carolynw said... (3/5/13 2:10 PM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful - I would steal it from you if I could and have no regrets LOL
DaisyEsq said... (3/5/13 7:42 AM) Reply
Your jacket is fantastic!
Clareew said... (3/5/13 7:04 AM) Reply
Wow, what a labour of love. You have a fabulous jacket - better than your inspiration jacket.
lacroise1 said... (3/5/13 1:36 AM) Reply
Oh wow! That jacket is amazing. Brilliant idea of cutting out the back of the 'applique' so you'd have enough fabric.
meggipeg said... (3/5/13 0:33 AM) Reply
That is absolutely fantastic. I loved reading your description of the whole process (you should have a blog!) and the final result is just stunning. Wear with pride!
velosewer said... (3/4/13 9:34 PM) Reply
You're now one of my fav reviewers.
Claverie said... (3/4/13 5:19 PM) Reply
ridiculously cool. i was skimming through the recent posts, 'nice', next, 'nice', next, 'OMG!' <- yours. :D
chenille said... (3/4/13 2:44 PM) Reply
Fabulous! Congrats on an awesome jacket.
ManiMayor said... (3/4/13 1:06 PM) Reply
WOW! Your jacket is even more beautiful than the Donna Karan. And many thanks for explaining your techniques, quite clever. You definitely got my vote!
Jstarr4250 said... (3/1/13 9:59 PM) Reply
Such a painstaking process! The result looks like a perfect replica. All your work is exquisite.
woole bully said... (3/1/13 10:01 AM) Reply
brave woman...you have dared to tread into the unknown. and you came back with this! wonderful!
Quickie said... (3/1/13 9:42 AM) Reply
Fantastic surprising technique
caper81 said... (3/1/13 7:44 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket! Love it with that dress :) You nailed it indeed!
Amiejean said... (3/1/13 5:50 AM) Reply
Excellent! How are we ever going to pick a winner for this contest? Yours is wonderful. Thank you for the description of your technique. I love how it looks on you, I really like the lapels. You nailed it.
sewpelican said... (3/1/13 0:49 AM) Reply
I am blown away. Having read in the contest you were planning to do this, its truly amazing. Thanks for a fantastic review, so interesting and informative, and the photos explained so much.
HawkeMorningStar7 said... (3/1/13 0:40 AM) Reply
Absolutely stunning!! Beautiful work what an amazing creative process you endeavored and WOW did it ever pay off. You poor fingers need a massage and now you can relax and enjoy your beautiful jacket BRAVO!
Terri A said... (2/28/13 11:14 PM) Reply
Oh my goodness! What an interesting technique!!! Great make for sure :) WOW
 
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