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Posted on:12/10/06 12:12 PM
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PhyllisC said...
It looks great! Burda always has great looking coat designs. And you’re much too hard on yourself - your first experience with Burda WOF instructions sounds pretty typical. I've been making them for years and the instructions continue to baffle me. I always have to use a sewing reference book, or the instructions from a similar Big 4 pattern.
12/16/06 9:47 AM
BeckyC said...
Your coat is fabulous on you! The fit looks perfect! The color and style are wonderful on you too. You have inspired me to make a coat for next year. Thank you for your review!
12/15/06 6:22 PM
ACB said...
Beautiful coat.
12/12/06 7:56 AM
ryan's mom said...
Your coat looks fantastic!
12/11/06 8:59 PM
Ciclista said...
You have a gorgeous coat!
12/11/06 12:07 PM
krystalkaes said...
Thank you for the heads up on sewing through a few 2 dot WOF patterns to become accustom to how they work. I will take your advice.
12/11/06 9:03 AM
Jane S said...
Thanks for such a good review of this beautiful coat. You did a lovely job.
12/11/06 6:40 AM
MissCelie said...
What a great review and wondeful jacket you made.
12/11/06 6:33 AM
Danvillegirl said...
Great looking coat! Congrats on completing your first Burda WOF
12/11/06 5:20 AM
Nancywin said...
It looks very nice. Did you line it?
12/10/06 11:55 PM
Heatherrique said...
Wow! What a gorgeous coat! You definitely wear it well!
12/10/06 8:19 PM
Jodi B. said...
This looks fabulous! Nice job!
12/10/06 4:55 PM
Carolyndh said...
As you say, the fit looks fantastic--love the colors of your jacket--very becoming and your expertise with the construction details is evident.
12/10/06 4:45 PM
Leslie in Austin said...
So worth the effort! Congratulations on a beautiful coat.
12/10/06 3:37 PM
LMH said...
Hey, that turned out really well! Congratulations--it looks fantastic. I like the shorter length too, even if it wasn't planned. Very stylish.
12/10/06 3:20 PM
jo37 said...
Beautiful coat.
12/10/06 2:03 PM
CarolynGM said...
That is a fine looking coat! Great job.
12/10/06 1:38 PM
SueV said...
Great job; it looks fantastic.
12/10/06 1:33 PM
Seamingly Simple said...
I admire your perserverance. A three-dot BWOF pattern is quite a challenge when you're unaccustomed to their instructions. It turned out beautifully.
12/10/06 1:20 PM
Marji said...
Looks fabulous!
12/10/06 12:22 PM
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