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Posted on:5/22/13 4:53 PM

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gernella said... (5/11/14 6:06 AM) Reply
You look fabulous in that jacket, better than the pattern picture. Love the colour as well and I do like a patterned lining.
Jstarr4250 said... (5/23/13 6:42 AM) Reply
What a great jacket you have made! I'm especially admiring all the well done details such as the pocket welts and bound buttonholes. I've not tackled a jacket yet and yours is very inspiring to me.
ChristmasHills said... (5/23/13 1:21 AM) Reply
Very nice jacket. I love your special touches - and congratulations on your weight loss. Here's to good health!
wildberrymom said... (5/23/13 1:09 AM) Reply
Do you suppose the extra length in the back had anything to do with the fba i.e needing extra length in the front? Just a thought. Beautiful jacket--feels good to have new clothes when weight is gone!
beth5646 said... (5/22/13 8:33 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket--looks great on you, and love that lining!!
madbadger said... (5/22/13 7:37 PM) Reply
I've been looking for good jacket patterns - nice job!
Cuffs said... (5/22/13 7:12 PM) Reply
Oh, I forgot to mention: I've noticed that some jackets have the back slope down lower than the front as a styling design. I don't think you made any errors to cause that. I didn't used to like it myself, but I think having a slight angle is actually more slimming looking at it from the side, so I'm starting to like it.
Cuffs said... (5/22/13 7:06 PM) Reply
What an excellent job you did with your jacket! The fit is perfect, and I love the touches you did with that fun lining fabric. The link to your main photo doesn't seem to be set right, but I was able to see the others given in your review. Congrats on the weight loss!
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