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Pattern Reviews> Burda> 3090 (Coats (OOP))

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Posted on:1/22/06 2:04 PM


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Hawkeye fan said... (10/24/11 11:33 PM) Reply
I was so pleased to find this coat pattern review and especially that it was written by an experienced seamstress. I have chosen the pattern for my entry in the Make it with Wool Contest next month here in Iowa. The plum coat wool has been aging in my stash and the Burda pattern filed away for several years is a classic. Thanks for the inspiration, Kay!
dreamdesigner said... (7/14/06 10:08 PM) Reply
WOW! That's gorgeous. Since I'm originally from Wisconsin, I can appreciate your need for warmth!
hongkongshopper said... (1/24/06 3:10 AM) Reply
The coat looks very warm. The lining sounds great. Nice job!
Motorposus said... (1/23/06 9:30 AM) Reply
That's a very attractive coat. I love the high seam and the angle of the lapel. The square buttons are a great choice. What year did this pattern come out?
AnneM said... (1/23/06 6:07 AM) Reply
You have a very classic looking coat. If you are just hanging around watching a game being played, you will appreciate the extra warmth.
AnneM said... (1/23/06 6:07 AM) Reply
You have a very classic looking coat. If you are just hanging around watching a game being played, you will appreciate the extra warmth.
Danvillegirl said... (1/23/06 5:08 AM) Reply
Great looking coat.
fuzzygalore said... (1/23/06 3:57 AM) Reply
Coast can't get too warm, that's their reason in life :-). Yours looks great too. Thanks for the helpful details about the collar, it's hard to see that before you get it finished.
CarolynD said... (1/23/06 0:51 AM) Reply
Wow---what a fantastic looking coat. Projects like this are what I aspire to. It looks unique and very stylish. I like the buttons very much.
regine said... (1/23/06 0:09 AM) Reply
What a beautiful jacket, very professional. Well done.
Elemenopeo said... (1/22/06 9:25 PM) Reply
What a lovely coat.
els said... (1/22/06 8:11 PM) Reply
Great winter coat and again a garment which shows your impeccable sewing and pressing techniques.
MaryBeth said... (1/22/06 7:42 PM) Reply
Warm coats are a good thing! Stay cozy and thanks for the review
Liana said... (1/22/06 7:14 PM) Reply
What a nice coat, and it sounds like a very well-designed pattern. I think all your warmth-factors sound wonderful!
Lisette said... (1/22/06 7:13 PM) Reply
Beautiful coat. Thanks for all the construction details.
KarmenG said... (1/22/06 6:29 PM) Reply
Beautiful coat. The topstitching looks good. I like the buttons you chose. Congrats on a nice job.
Frogstitcher said... (1/22/06 6:06 PM) Reply
Great coat. I've been thinking of making up a duffel coat but I haven't found the right pattern yet. Too bad this one is oop. Love your version.
PegL said... (1/22/06 4:34 PM) Reply
Your coat is absolutely beautiful! Great job and very good review!
CarolynGM said... (1/22/06 3:15 PM) Reply
Fabulous coat. Thanks for all the helpful details about the underpinnings.
Lori V said... (1/22/06 2:37 PM) Reply
Very beautiful. Thanks for the detailed review.
Irene Q said... (1/22/06 2:13 PM) Reply
Beautiful coat!! Thanks for all the construction details - we need warm coats around here, too!
 
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