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Date: 2/11/11 10:54 AM

Two really cute new patterns today! A motorcycle Jacket and big bag!

Perfecto Satchel

Agostini Moto Jacket

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Date: 2/11/11 11:53 AM

I love them both. Those are super cute. I can see making the jacket really very soon. Oh Trudy, what have you done to my sewing schedule!

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Date: 2/11/11 12:25 PM

The jacket looks perfect for me I love that style! I think it would be pretty easy to make it a little longer or shorter, too.

I don't have the sewing skills for it, but I would love the jacket AND the bag in a soft leather.

Reason #8264 that I need bifocals before age 40: When I looked at the preview pic for the bag, I thought the woman was holding it in her teeth!

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Date: 2/11/11 5:15 PM

I have never used Hot Patterns before. What sort of body do they favour?

I have large biceps, I know Jalie isn't for me, how does Hot patterns compare.

I would love to make the jacket.

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Date: 2/12/11 0:06 AM

I love the jacket! I've been wanting to make a biker-style jacket, and this one doesn't look like it will be too young/trendy for me. I'm ordering that one as soon as I get paid in a few days.

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Date: 2/12/11 0:11 AM

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I have never used Hot Patterns before. What sort of body do they favour?



I have large biceps, I know Jalie isn't for me, how does Hot patterns compare.



I would love to make the jacket.

HotPatterns are drafted for a larger bust and curvier figure in general than the Big 4. I have to pretty much always do a large bicep adjustment on Big 4 patterns, but don't ever seem to need them on newer HotPatterns. (Older HotPatterns were drafted for a slimmer bicep than the new patterns are.)

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Date: 2/12/11 3:29 AM

Thank you, what a joy to hear.

Perhaps we should have a jacket sew along.

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Date: 2/12/11 9:06 AM

I will be getting that jacket in a jiffy. I notice no sales on these two new patterns. No matter, I will buy them anyway.

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Date: 2/12/11 10:28 AM

Oh, thank you for the info. On your recommendation I've ordered two HP, both pants, the Marrikesh(sp) and the new slouchy Met jeans/pants. I could have ordered more, love the Artful Dodger blouse and the new jacket looks like fun. I could see this as a vest myself.

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Date: 2/12/11 10:29 AM

I really like the look of that jacket, and will probably end up buying it. I just wish it was a shoulder princess rather than an armhole princess. I seem to be collecting quite a Hot Patterns stash though so far I have only made the Nairobi bag.

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