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Date: 7/17/12 10:42 PM

Can anyone recommend a pattern for a jacket that resembles the one Ms. Kimberling is wearing here...

http://www.trueup.net/2012/quilt-market/spring-quilt-market-2012-blend-fabrics/

Really love the whole outfit, but the little jacket in particular. Thanks for any help you can give.


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Date: 7/18/12 2:41 AM

Pammy, here is her website: Josephine Kimberling

You can contact her and ask her about it
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My hope is to sew to the very end. They'll find my head slumped over my precious Kenmore 19606 and have to pry the seam ripper from my cold, dead hands.

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Date: 7/21/12 3:57 PM

Pammy, it looks like many jacket patterns or cardigans that are out now, just cut shorter. I would suggest looking at the Big 4 patterns, and I'm sure you'll find something very, very similar.

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Date: 7/23/12 10:33 AM

Cute jacket! Vogue 8756 is pretty close - you'd just have to shorten it.
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Date: 7/23/12 12:04 PM

Just a word about those "waterfall collars". I have just finished up Simplicity 2150 View B. It's a nice look, but I found that the Lapels have to be tacked from the back side to hold them in the shape intended. I put it on and arranged the lapels to the desired shape and then pinned through all thicknesses. Took of the jacket and made invisible stitches on the back side of the lapel. I made mine out of corduroy, so it was easy to hide the stitches.
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