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Posted on:10/7/02 10:06 PM
Last Updated:10/7/02 10:06 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 2 people   
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said... (10/8/02 9:31 PM) Reply
Thanks, guys! Yes, Deepika, help us get this one into the big time!
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said... (10/8/02 2:09 PM) Reply
People, I have seen the green velvet burn out jacket in person and I fell in love with this pattern after that. Amanda has done a great job on this. I especially love the lettuce hem lacy one. Great review Amanda. The tip on shortening the armhole is very helpful. Hopefully I can make mine in the coming few weeks and review it so that we can have this pattern in "Big Print" too!
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said... (10/8/02 12:37 PM) Reply
The lettuce hem worked really well with this pattern - I would never have thought of doing that. Shortening the jacket really makes a difference. I think it is much more flattering that way.
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said... (10/8/02 2:00 AM) Reply
very inspirational! i like your jackets better than the ones loes has on her pattern package! thank you for sharing.
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said... (10/8/02 1:06 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket! I have just finished the Bolero Jacket & have become a LH convert; now I can see I'll have to add this pattern to my wish list, too!
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said... (10/7/02 10:11 PM) Reply
Wonderful Amanda! It is nice to see these made up in unexpected fabrics...It really opens up a lot of possibilities. Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures...
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