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Pattern Reviews> Vogue Patterns> 8090 (unlined jacket/top)

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Reviewed by:jewelea
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Posted on:7/4/06 7:34 PM
Last Updated:7/4/06 8:37 PM
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HolleyM said... (1/8/11 0:34 AM) Reply
You did a great job. I love the binding and the fabric painting on it.
cactusflower said... (9/6/07 6:28 PM) Reply
Loved your interpretation of Vogue 8090. I just bought the pattern, and you've given me useful information plus some ideas I'd not have thought of! P.S. Your friend must be thrilled with your work.
Dee2 said... (9/1/07 9:25 PM) Reply
Beautuful jacket--what a special gift. Thanks for the review.
Luckie Kay Locke said... (7/11/07 5:53 PM) Reply
What a beautiful gift! lovely details ! thank you!
Larkin said... (2/24/07 0:56 AM) Reply
Jewelea, I just picked up this pattern and I'm inspired by your review. The button is such a critical element and I very much appreciate your photo illustration. Thank-you sew much. Julia, too.
Mufffet said... (9/27/06 11:08 AM) Reply
jewelea said... (8/14/06 6:33 PM) Reply
KinDe, I used stitch #19, with a width of 2.5 and a length of 3.0. There's a line of straight stitching underneath it. On the yoke seam, it's mirrored.
KinDE said... (8/13/06 4:08 PM) Reply
I am intrigued by your altered Pfaff topstitch. I really love the effect. Can you tell me which stitch you used on your 1471?
AnneM said... (8/2/06 5:13 PM) Reply
Wow. You sure know how to get the most from a pattern. It's a cute enough style (although I wouldn't have looked at the pattern twice) but it is spectacular with your stencilling.
Austen said... (7/26/06 4:40 AM) Reply
Very helpful. I particularly enjoyed reading about how you applied the decorative stitching/painting.
Debra H said... (7/9/06 2:57 PM) Reply
This is one of my favorite was a Burda first and then Vogue printed it. Your version is really lovely...a great example of elegant embellishment. Good job!
Peggy L said... (7/5/06 10:57 AM) Reply
Lucky friend!! Beautiful jacket with great embellishments.
Luckylibbet said... (7/5/06 9:10 AM) Reply
CarolynGM said... (7/5/06 8:12 AM) Reply
What a wonderful use of embellishment.
Danvillegirl said... (7/5/06 5:28 AM) Reply
Great jacket. I love the artwork and topstiching you do to set this off.
patsijean said... (7/5/06 0:40 AM) Reply
This jacket is really nice. I am putting the patterns on my Favorites list.
Mary Stiefer said... (7/4/06 11:33 PM) Reply
What a wonderful friend you are and the painted embellishment is very lovely.
raksha said... (7/4/06 9:48 PM) Reply
What a beautiful sweater! I'm sure your friend will love the gift.
brrmm said... (7/4/06 9:26 PM) Reply
Really lovely with creative embellishments. Particularly like your version of Vonnevo's button - pretty. Thanks for a good review.
Elemenopeo said... (7/4/06 9:08 PM) Reply
What a showcase for your embellishments. Very beautiful.
PVA said... (7/4/06 8:58 PM) Reply
I love everything you've done with this pattern -- thanks for the review!
Lhan said... (7/4/06 8:58 PM) Reply
This looks great! I love your embellishment, and the colour and the binding - it produces a unique jacket, which is so worth having. Nice simple basic style, with creative additions. Thanks for your review - very useful.
Judy Wentz said... (7/4/06 8:13 PM) Reply
I very lovely gift. You are a good friend.
bunz said... (7/4/06 8:11 PM) Reply
I love this pattern! Yours is gorgeous -- give us an update when you make the next one.
jlg said... (7/4/06 8:06 PM) Reply
Very pretty. I really like your embellishments.
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