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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 06-2006-118 (unlined jacket)

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Posted on:9/13/06 8:57 PM


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OP Gal said... (9/15/06 7:55 PM) Reply
When I read your comment about adding a snap at the level of the button to keep the front band from flipping up, I looked at the Burda model again to check. That must be shy she's twisted at an angle, to make it look like the front band is turned up because her shoulders aren't even. You were smart to add the snap. Beautiful jacket, BTW.
hongkongshopper said... (9/14/06 9:27 PM) Reply
Wow, the suit looks very professional. WEll done!
ribbit2jen said... (9/14/06 8:06 PM) Reply
I love how it turned out, thanks for the tip about the snap. I have this one on my to do list :)
Mary Stiefer said... (9/14/06 9:23 AM) Reply
Great looking suit.
Patti B said... (9/14/06 9:08 AM) Reply
I had admired this jacket in the magazine and I really like it on you. Great job. Some of us have "circle avoidance" in Burda -- nice to know that 3 circles is do-able!
Nancy K said... (9/14/06 8:15 AM) Reply
Congratulations on a lovely and flattering jacket. Now, the skirt is where an underlining in silk organza would really be a big plus. It would reduce that wrinkling significantly. It doesn't add that much time or money to the project and the skirt would last longer and look better at the end of the day. Threads did an article a few years ago showing skirts with and without underling and there is a major difference.
Jane S said... (9/14/06 7:18 AM) Reply
I loved this jacket when I saw in in that issue and am so impressed with your lovely version. Thanks for your review and useful comments.
fuzzygalore said... (9/14/06 5:01 AM) Reply
You did a great job, it looks very good on you. Thanks for pointing out the good parts of this pattern!
Patzee said... (9/14/06 4:16 AM) Reply
Really nice jacket! I'm looking forward to when I can make a three circle jacket -- yours looks terrific.
martinanne said... (9/14/06 3:59 AM) Reply
That is a very interesting jacket, and you did a lovely job with it! I am very impressed that this was your first Burda WOF project. Way to go!!!
Cathy Loves Fabric said... (9/14/06 1:47 AM) Reply
Oooh, I love it. Great jacket, great fabric, great color, well done.
carolhope said... (9/13/06 10:26 PM) Reply
Love your jacket! You did a beautiful job sewing it. Now........make it up in a bright print to match your beautiful smile! It is a great style on you.
AngieC said... (9/13/06 9:50 PM) Reply
Love your suit!
Vonnevo said... (9/13/06 9:10 PM) Reply
Congratulations on a beautiful jacket Katie and using your first BWOF pattern :) It's nice to see an inseam buttonhole on a jacket. Your fabric choice is ideal for this design.
yummymummy38 said... (9/13/06 9:10 PM) Reply
looks great, nice to know it went together well. I'm interested in the jacket v similar to this in the May issue.
 
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