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Date: 12/2/07 8:27 AM

I'm interested in taking the stitch-n-flip jacket class and was wondering what others thought of this class.

Thanks.

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Date: 12/2/07 9:27 AM

Sign up!!! It is a great class and a wonderful technique. I have used it several times. I still wear the jacket I made in class. I was a little skeptical as it was my first online class but I loved it. Just signed DD up to take Shannon's 101 class.

ETA: Here's a link to the review of the jacket I made in class. I used Loes Hinse' "tuxedo pattern".SNF Jacket
-- Edited on 12/2/07 9:30 AM --

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Date: 12/2/07 10:29 AM

You will love the class. Shannon is an excellent teacher and you will come away with well-illustrated directions that you can refer to in the future. She answers questions very patiently. My jacket turned out great except that I made mine too large (even after making a muslin!). I just gave it away to my SIL whom it fits perfectly so at least it went to a good home. So, be sure that you use a pattern that fits you since the class is about construction methods not fitting. Here is my review of Simplicitiy 4698.

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Date: 12/2/07 11:18 AM

Let me endorse what Peggy & Patti have said. I reviewed the class & the jacket pattern. If you click on my name you can go to the reviews. I really detailed what I *Loved* about the online classes with Shannon in particular, but online-over-brick-and-mortar-classrooms in general.

ETA: In my photo I'm wearing the SNF Jacket! Ta-Da!
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Date: 12/2/07 12:58 PM

I think it's a good class, and I've used the technique many times. In fact, there's a jacket I'm working on right now using SNF!

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Date: 12/2/07 2:41 PM

Question--does this class teach you how to make a lining for an unlined jacket pattern, or should the pattern include a lining?

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Date: 12/2/07 2:55 PM

I really would love to take this class. I'm hoping that it will be offered again next year, because it starts on 10th December and I don't usually have much sewing time in December.
Deepika, please invite Shannon to do another Stitch and Flip class soon.

Chris

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Date: 12/2/07 3:14 PM

You line the pieces as you join them together. The main thing about the pattern is that, although it can have a yoke, you want the body of the jacket to have all vertical seams. Shannon will make some recommendations about patterns. Start directing questions to her in the pre-sign-up section. She's just wonderfully helpful!

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Date: 12/2/07 3:31 PM

It's a great Shannon class, but pick a TNT pattern. Once you stitch and flip, the seams can't be altered. The pattern needs to be altered to fit before making the jacket.

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Date: 12/2/07 5:04 PM

Thank you all so much for your comments and links. I think I will try the class (my first online and second internet purchase altogether!).

I've made a couple of jackets, but have not been pleased with the fit. As I have just completed a pair of pants, I was pondering what to work on next. Now I know!

Thank you all very much.

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