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Posted on:4/11/06 7:33 PM
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Ann Smith said... (4/20/06 11:17 AM) Reply
Thank you everyone. It is so nice to get feedback. Collette, the skirt is Vogue 7880, see my review. It is a wonderful skirt although a bit more complex than most.
yarnivore said... (4/20/06 4:34 AM) Reply
Ooh, I bought this very same boiled wool, and have been waffling on what to sew up out of it. I'm thrilled to have a couple of good ideas now! Your choices are excellent uses of the fabric -- so creative, and so attractive on you!
Collette McManus said... (4/19/06 5:45 PM) Reply
Ann, I admire your skills as a seamstress and designer, your taste in fabric and patterns, and your productivity! I also envy your closet. This review makes me want this jacket pattern. I do have a question...what pattern is that wonderful skirt?
Barbara at Cat Fur Studio said... (4/12/06 9:16 PM) Reply
Just beautiful!
Ceri590 said... (4/12/06 10:30 AM) Reply
Yet another stunning creation. Bravo!
Danvillegirl said... (4/12/06 5:20 AM) Reply
Love the pinked edge. Really nice jacket with all the changes you made.
hongkongshopper said... (4/12/06 3:59 AM) Reply
Anne, so inspirational! The whole outfit is just so cute!
fuzzygalore said... (4/12/06 3:39 AM) Reply
Vovenno - yes of course you can pink fllece, even the 300 Polartec tank-weight. You can also use pinking shears, as long as you're used to them and can be sure to put the next stroke's teeth exactly in the last one's, if that makes any sense, so there's continuity. Of course those os uf addicted to the serger may have lost some dexterity there :-).. Great coat Anne, very inspiring. And boiled wool is such a perfect CA coat fabric.
Liana said... (4/12/06 2:45 AM) Reply
Really darling, especially your pinking. You look great, as always!
carolynw said... (4/11/06 11:09 PM) Reply
You look so fashionable - lovely jacket on you! Great job and thanks for the review.
Elemenopeo said... (4/11/06 10:52 PM) Reply
Very flattering. I love the pinking!
Elona said... (4/11/06 10:42 PM) Reply
How lovely and inventive, Ann. And gee, does the camera ever love you, woman!
GorgeousFabrics said... (4/11/06 10:26 PM) Reply
Very pretty on you! -Ann
PhyllisC said... (4/11/06 9:50 PM) Reply
Another stunner Ann! Love those boots too - I think I have the same ones.
Vonnevo said... (4/11/06 8:53 PM) Reply
Beautiful Ann :) The pinked edges are very effective. I wonder if pinking would be suitable on the heavier weight, double sided fleece? Winter is just around the corner her in Oz.
CarolynGM said... (4/11/06 8:44 PM) Reply
Great jacket, and it goes so well with the interesting skirt. Thanks for the details on your techniques. I've never been tempted by a Sewing Workshop pattern until I saw this one!
ryansmumAria said... (4/11/06 8:11 PM) Reply
Ann, You are just the most amazing designer/seamstress. I always enjoy looking at your brilliant clothes. I think you look best in the fitted ones but they are all wonderful! You are very accomplished.
MaryBeth said... (4/11/06 8:07 PM) Reply
Very neat treatment of this pattern, Ann. How creative! The angles in the jacket also really complement the tiered skirt.
 
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