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Posted on:8/18/13 6:33 PM
Last Updated:8/18/13 6:48 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 8 people   
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liliv said... (8/20/13 3:43 AM) Reply
Lovely version!
GoodbyeValntino said... (8/19/13 8:29 PM) Reply
I love your jacket and sorry to read about the lining woes. One would never know by looking at it! :)
Wianno Girl said... (8/19/13 6:40 PM) Reply
Ab fab in so many ways - excellent stand up color and zippers! Wonderful job with a very stylish fabric.
SewWil said... (8/19/13 3:18 PM) Reply
I love the fun print. Great job on this jacket as usual.
carolynw said... (8/19/13 10:18 AM) Reply
Wonderful looking jacket - your usual very high quality sewing is definitely on display here
mnitts said... (8/19/13 8:59 AM) Reply
Love love love! I so need to sew this pattern in the next few weeks! Beautiful fabric and details.
cindyann said... (8/19/13 8:44 AM) Reply
Ah, such loveliness!
Sharonspils said... (8/19/13 6:10 AM) Reply
Another wonderful coat and I can see it fitting very well in your wardrobe.
Sigrid. said... (8/19/13 6:04 AM) Reply
What fun to have one in a special print too. Makes for some diversity. Beautiful.
SewLibra said... (8/19/13 0:30 AM) Reply
Very cool jacket! Kind of looks like snakeskin and will pair nicely with neutrals or colors. Nice save with the bias strip. :-)
ArtAttack said... (8/18/13 9:56 PM) Reply
Ooh, I LOVE this. I love all of them I see. I so want to make this but first need to buy it, right? Great job and love the fabric choices.
leoniep said... (8/18/13 9:50 PM) Reply
Great jacket! As usual I am in awe of your skill.
Deepika said... (8/18/13 9:47 PM) Reply
I love your jacket! With every review I keep wanting to make this more and more.
BeaJay said... (8/18/13 9:31 PM) Reply
This is gorgeous. The fabric is lovely. Very well made as usual. Another beautiful coat for you.
sfshaza said... (8/18/13 9:09 PM) Reply
A beautiful version, Sandra! I have this pattern and have not yet identified a fabric for it. Both versions you have posted are fabulous! And when you have a lot of coats, who cares if one of them doesn't go with absolutely everything! :)
Amanda.Claire said... (8/18/13 8:38 PM) Reply
Very nice!
mm said... (8/18/13 8:34 PM) Reply
Another stunning jacket and this is just the weather for it. Well done.
NancyZL said... (8/18/13 8:29 PM) Reply
Wow! This is great. I feel the print would go with most of my pants of brown, beige,camel and black, so send it along!!
margy.64 said... (8/18/13 8:07 PM) Reply
Great jacket, love your ingenious fix for the lining. You have inspired me to give this pattern a go.
Renata said... (8/18/13 7:58 PM) Reply
Whilst not the most versatile jacket due to busy print I can see you running up a matching wardrobe in no time. You are incredible, Sandra.
Barbara3 said... (8/18/13 7:57 PM) Reply
Very nice!
Rhoda K said... (8/18/13 7:37 PM) Reply
Great job, as always, and beautiful fabric.
RadarRadiance said... (8/18/13 7:22 PM) Reply
Love it!!! Another winner and that fabric looks sensational!
Loop51 said... (8/18/13 7:10 PM) Reply
Great job; I made this for my daughter in the spring; we shortened it by 8 inches and no hood. Great pattern to use and looks great on.
velosewer said... (8/18/13 7:08 PM) Reply
Love this version Sandra. It really works well with this fabric print. You need a fun layer and take the seriousness out of sewing and fashion.
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