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Posted on:10/30/13 11:06 PM
Vogue Patterns: 2614 by Nikki Vogue Patterns: 2614 by Nikki 
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 12 people   
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Dellia45 said... (11/13/13 8:28 PM) Reply
Classic biker jacket, WOW! This is a beautiful jacket.
AnneM said... (11/12/13 12:11 PM) Reply
What a fantastic jacket. That came out wonderfully. Homemade is definitely NOT what people are going to think when looking at it.
JEF said... (11/9/13 8:36 AM) Reply
Wow, just wow.
Margaret said... (11/8/13 11:22 AM) Reply
Wonderful jacket! I totally hear you on the hardware problem... I know there were stores in NYC with huge selections of this kind of thing, but you often have to buy dozens or hundreds, and I'm not sure if they ship. I still think the jacket looks great, though.
froggiegirl said... (11/7/13 7:57 PM) Reply
I'm in a motorcycle jacket frenzy lately so I'm just loving this version. Great color choice and I really love the belt and studs.
Mimsy Borogoves said... (11/6/13 8:05 PM) Reply
How Stunning is this. Mad skills, thanks for sharing
waltzqueen said... (11/5/13 3:23 PM) Reply
Super jacket I can hardly believe you made yourself!
sweetviolets said... (11/5/13 3:33 AM) Reply
What a great jacket. You need to wear this color more..............looks really wonderful on you! I see what you mean about the belt. I agree that a stiffer interfacing and less hardware weight would probably solve the problem. Thankfully you have a bit of extra fabric. (Yes, and I am very envious!!)
SandraB said... (11/4/13 6:33 PM) Reply
This is a beautifully made jacket.
MrsCharisma said... (11/4/13 10:25 AM) Reply
WOW. Great work! You have outdone yourself here!
petro said... (11/4/13 8:30 AM) Reply
Nice job! I can see why you've sewn this pattern so many times, its a great style.
marec said... (11/1/13 11:15 AM) Reply
Nikki, this is so cute! Love the tough hardware, and the fabric looks so luxe.
TJSEWS said... (10/31/13 9:28 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket. Love the color too!
wexford said... (10/31/13 9:20 PM) Reply
Swoon! Love this jacket.
chriseen said... (10/31/13 8:40 PM) Reply
Stunning. Beautiful color and looks great on you.
Sue Parrott said... (10/31/13 5:29 PM) Reply
This is very cute! I've seen many RTW jackets with droopy belts as well . Wear this with pride!
NEMDF said... (10/31/13 12:34 PM) Reply
Super jacket! If you remake the belt, could reduce the weight by having fewer grommet holes, just maybe 2 or 3 and/or eliminate the hardware for the holes, do by hand or machine-bound holes. Just an idea. Overall, it looks great!
carolynw said... (10/31/13 10:44 AM) Reply
Wonderful jacket - your sewing skills are to be envied. Great review
carolynw said... (10/31/13 10:42 AM) Reply
Wonderful jacket - your sewing skills are to be envied. Great review
VivianZ said... (10/31/13 9:41 AM) Reply
A wonderful, versatile jacket, great for office or play. I know what you mean about finding the right fittings. It is so impossible, especially when you get an idea of what you want. Yours turned out really well though.
nicegirl said... (10/31/13 9:19 AM) Reply
Seriously, this does not look in any way homemade. I am super jealous of this fly jacket, and I love the color.
JuliN said... (10/31/13 9:18 AM) Reply
Lovely jacket with a great fit. Thanks for sharing.
grays08 said... (10/31/13 9:08 AM) Reply
I think this is just fantastic and really great review too! I don't get homemade at all out of this with the hardware but understand when you are working on it you have a critical eye of all details so don't blame you. Fantastic job, this is a great style and pattern so it's wonderful you have made it several times.
SquishSews said... (10/31/13 7:36 AM) Reply
I love this, Nikki!! Looks great on you but I sympathize with the hardware difficulties.
BillieJean said... (10/31/13 6:24 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket!
jlg said... (10/31/13 5:09 AM) Reply
Wow!
mnitts said... (10/31/13 4:26 AM) Reply
Fab looking jacket!
Quickie said... (10/31/13 4:08 AM) Reply
I love this style of jacket
SewLibra said... (10/31/13 0:40 AM) Reply
I love the style of this jacket, too bad it's OOP. You did a great job and the hardware looks fine to me.
PattyE said... (10/31/13 0:10 AM) Reply
Great jacket! I really like the brass hardware you chose.
HawkeMorningStar7 said... (10/31/13 0:02 AM) Reply
Really cute jacket. The hardware actually looks great from your pictures. But I know how hard it is to find eyelets/buckles/snaps all to match :(( Maybe another belt loop up front to avoid it drooping? I really think it looks very chic though. and very up to the minute .
madbadger said... (10/30/13 11:43 PM) Reply
Really nice job and excellent review! Thanks for all the detail!
ArtAttack said... (10/30/13 11:30 PM) Reply
What an adorable jacket! I love the color and it looks great on you. Super entry for the contest and thanks again for participating!
 
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