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Pattern Reviews> New Look> 6610 (New Look 6610 Misses Lined Jac)

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Posted on:1/4/07 8:37 AM


Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 14 people   
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blueorchid said... (9/3/07 12:00 PM) Reply
Thanks for the review! I am planning on making this jacket for fall and may start sooner after seeing yours. You did an amazing job. As for your question on interfacing I just buy mine from Joann. I never use iron on though I have never liked the way it ends up looking or feeling. Hope that helps. Thanks again!!
SewGirl said... (1/5/07 5:59 PM) Reply
Great job, Doc! Looks wonderful on you.
OP Gal said... (1/5/07 5:03 PM) Reply
You should be proud, your jacket looks great and great on you. The collar looks like a different fabric or like it was quilted--maybe it's just they way the light is shining on it? Anyway, it looks lovely.
Sewing Chick said... (1/5/07 1:28 PM) Reply
The jacket looks fantastic, especially for your first one. You should be very proud of yourself!!! Sandra Betzina has a wonderful illustrated explanation on bagging a lining in her Power Sewing book. She covers the topic on sleeves well. I highly recommend the book.
Jane S said... (1/5/07 8:43 AM) Reply
Terrific looking jacket on you. Do the happy dance to celebrate your success. I agree with the advice to test several interfacings although I mostly use fusi Knit, silk organza and a knit interfacing I get from Fabric Mart Fabrics on line. Bravo, it took me years to get the courage to tackle a jacket.
MelissaB in WA said... (1/5/07 8:26 AM) Reply
Awesome jacket, you should be proud!!! :-)
AnneM said... (1/5/07 8:14 AM) Reply
Congrats on your jacket. What a cute style.
ryan's mom said... (1/5/07 7:17 AM) Reply
Your jacket looks great, and you got the perfect smile to show off how much you like it :) !
Danvillegirl said... (1/5/07 5:18 AM) Reply
You did an excellent job. Your jacket looks good and is flattering. The Sewing Place offers numerous brands of interfacing and they did have on their site some helpful information about the interfacing and what type fabric is does well on. NAYYY! with them just I use them for some of my interfacing purchases.
PatM said... (1/4/07 9:15 PM) Reply
Your jacket looks as good as the one on the model on the pattern. What a successful project, no alterations must save heapsof time. Lovely jacket
LauraTS said... (1/4/07 5:57 PM) Reply
Looks beautiful! Brava!
Anne S said... (1/4/07 5:48 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket. You should be proud of your project. It looks terrific on you.
frame said... (1/4/07 5:27 PM) Reply
You should be very proud! Your jacket looks terrific.
Heatherrique said... (1/4/07 4:39 PM) Reply
Tres magnifique! Your jackets looks so RTW! Great job on your first jacket! You will definitely will be hooked making more!
Tiner W said... (1/4/07 4:03 PM) Reply
Beautiful! Congrats!
Tany said... (1/4/07 2:58 PM) Reply
Wonderful! Congratulations on your first jacket!
AuntieShel said... (1/4/07 12:00 PM) Reply
Fabulous jacket. You should be VERY proud of yourself.
Soliel said... (1/4/07 11:03 AM) Reply
Very, very cute!!! I like the neutral color...can wear in any season. I like the tie style the best...it really is feminine and accentuates your shape. I am going to Joann's today too! I am getting some of their sale boucle...congratulations! Very, cute, Tres chic jacket!
moss said... (1/4/07 11:00 AM) Reply
Yes you should sing! It looks FABULOUS!!
Hilary said... (1/4/07 10:38 AM) Reply
LOL, you *should* be proud, great job!! Your jacket is beautiful!
Erica B. said... (1/4/07 10:28 AM) Reply
Great job on your first jacket!
Leslie in Austin said... (1/4/07 10:02 AM) Reply
Love it! Great job!!
KarmenG said... (1/4/07 9:58 AM) Reply
Well you should be proud! Lots of work to a jacket, and it looks great on you. I agree with Kay Y having several varieties of interfacing on hand to test and compare.
Kay Y said... (1/4/07 9:22 AM) Reply
Nice work! I recommend buying some different kinds of interfacing and having them on hand for your jacket projects. I usually test fuse a couple of 3-4" squares on scraps of fabric before making a decision which one or which combination to use. I often use a firmer interfacing on the jacket front and lighter one on facings, upper collar, hems, etc. I don't serge seam allowances in a lined jacket unless the fabric frays a lot.
 
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