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Posted on:4/23/07 0:03 AM
Last Updated:6/11/07 11:01 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 15 people   
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Marita Kinnula said... (11/14/07 9:49 AM) Reply
What a great jacket:-)
Dmd4106 said... (11/14/07 8:45 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket! love the denim
XandraReynolds said... (8/11/07 8:03 AM) Reply
Love it-love the sheen from the metallic denim and the fit on you! As far as what to wear it with-if you could find a denim really close to the color of your jacket, but not in the metallic, don't you think it would make an interesting contrast?
nancy2001 said... (6/14/07 8:49 PM) Reply
Stunning jacket.
Membear said... (6/13/07 3:23 AM) Reply
Its great I think you are right about the head to toe look Though. I would wear neutral black on the bottom and let the jacket do all the talking.
Sew4Fun said... (6/13/07 2:25 AM) Reply
Nice jacket. The fabric and contrast topstitching really show off the details.
Mary Stiefer said... (6/12/07 7:07 PM) Reply
What a classy looking jacket. I think this is one you could dress up or dress down - wear with jeans and a nice top or some great slacks or skirt.
Leslie Bonner said... (6/12/07 6:57 PM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous jacket, beautiful fabric.
Nancy K said... (6/12/07 9:01 AM) Reply
I have been eying this jacket and I am glad for the review. I think that this one fits better than the first you did. Did you make any changes other than interfacing? It is a very interesting jacket and looks quite lovely on you.
cindyann said... (6/12/07 8:58 AM) Reply
I want that jacket! I love it. I wouldn't pair it with more of the same denim, but I think it would look great with something in a small print. Skirt or dress for example. Or maybe a cool nautical vibe with a pair of white pants?
Kay Y said... (6/12/07 8:57 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket! It's a bit hard to tell on screen but I second the idea of wearing it with a print with lots of blue in it. Something flowy might be a nice contrast.
Marji said... (6/12/07 8:53 AM) Reply
This next version is fabulous! How about silvery-grey with it?
Leslie in Austin said... (6/12/07 8:52 AM) Reply
That is so totally beautiful. Love the styling and your choice of fabrics, and the fit looks *perfect*. Also looks like my size, so if you ever tire of having that in your wardrobe, you can just send it down south to me. :-)
carolynw said... (6/12/07 8:46 AM) Reply
Oh my gosh - this is beautiful and I hope you won't think I am being rude - looks much nicer than the first. Great fit - fab fabric - this rocks girl!
LauraM62 said... (6/12/07 7:44 AM) Reply
Great looking jacket! I think it would have many uses!
Linda G said... (6/12/07 7:27 AM) Reply
YOur jacket is beautiful.
MarilynB said... (6/12/07 6:41 AM) Reply
Bravo, you have turned this pattern into one hot jacket.
MissCelie said... (6/12/07 6:08 AM) Reply
Gah! That is stunning.
Tany said... (6/12/07 3:53 AM) Reply
Beautiful work as always!
Kay Romo said... (6/12/07 2:14 AM) Reply
Great job. I would pair it with a yoked eyelet skirt.
hongkongshopper said... (6/12/07 1:35 AM) Reply
I like what you have done with this! Very special !!
krystalkaes said... (6/12/07 0:37 AM) Reply
Holy Cats! That jacket rocks!
ladybegood said... (6/11/07 11:36 PM) Reply
DANG!!! That jacket is hot! I think that it would look great with a print that has some blue in it, but also some warmer colors to make the metallic element pop. I also think that something soft, like a floral or something would be a nice contrast for the linear aspect of the design. But really, you could wear that jacket over a house dress and still look slammin'.
CSY said... (6/11/07 11:15 PM) Reply
That's a WOW!
touran said... (6/11/07 11:05 PM) Reply
That is so beautiful and so beautifully made. The tailoring on it is superb.
Erica B. said... (6/11/07 11:05 PM) Reply
That is beautiful! I love the contrasting topstitching!
AnneM said... (5/3/07 4:57 PM) Reply
Nice jacket. How dare your daughter steal your jacket! (Can't ask for a better compliment than that.) Great style, nice that it goes together well.
Sewingmi said... (4/24/07 7:05 PM) Reply
Wow...that is really impressive! What a beautiful jacket!
Marji said... (4/24/07 10:34 AM) Reply
Great review and description of the pattern/process. Will look forward to seeing the one you make for yourself. Maybe the highest complement from our kids is when they want what we make.
MammaJamma said... (4/24/07 8:22 AM) Reply
Good descriptions and details in your review. I think you should upgrade your sewing skill title to "advanced". You give me hope to try Marfy.
Danvillegirl said... (4/24/07 5:24 AM) Reply
Great job!
hongkongshopper said... (4/24/07 4:50 AM) Reply
Well done. I have been eyeing this pattern for a while....so cute.
JaneH said... (4/23/07 3:50 PM) Reply
Beautiful work!!
Leora said... (4/23/07 2:21 PM) Reply
It does look challenging. Nicely done!
Levone said... (4/23/07 11:56 AM) Reply
Great jacket and review.
crisford said... (4/23/07 10:44 AM) Reply
Wow! Very nice! After reading your fabulous review, I'll just have to try sewing a Marfy pattern!
Kay Y said... (4/23/07 9:38 AM) Reply
I too would love to see more pictures, but maybe we'll wait for YOURS! It looks great on your DD.
MissCelie said... (4/23/07 7:40 AM) Reply
You are right, this would look fabulous in denim. Great work and thanks for the very helpful review.
CarolynGM said... (4/23/07 7:40 AM) Reply
It is the ultimate compliment when a teenage daughter absconds with something you made for yourself! The jacket design is gorgeous, so you really must make another one for yourself right away.
Nancywin said... (4/23/07 1:27 AM) Reply
beautiful jacket. Would love to see more pictures of the details.
 
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