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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 3069 (Vest with front/bottom bands)

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Reviewed by:Julia Graham

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Posted on:4/2/03 7:23 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 5 people   
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DonnaR said... (4/7/03 2:16 PM) Reply
I am looking for a easy comfortable vest pattern. This turned out great.
Tini said... (4/5/03 10:24 AM) Reply
Julia, why don't you enter this wonderful item to the new techniques contest??
http mom said... (4/4/03 3:21 AM) Reply
Julia, I have several tencel pieces that I really love for comfort in all kinds of weather. I really like the front trim detail on this pattern.
Leslie in Austin said... (4/3/03 5:30 PM) Reply
Using the faded waistband for the vest's front bands makes this vest really cool. So clever!
Kitty said... (4/3/03 3:30 PM) Reply
Wow !! I have thi spattern out in my todo pile. I htink I am going to move it up a few projects !! What a great design and your choice of fabric was amazing !! Which view did you make, BTW?
KathleenS said... (4/3/03 6:50 AM) Reply
The recycling worked so well! That skirt has a whole new life :)
AnneM said... (4/2/03 11:09 PM) Reply
Very creative. It would be a shame to overlap the front, since it has such visual interest when left open.
CatherineG said... (4/2/03 9:41 PM) Reply
I also really liked that Threads article about using worn denim. Although I have saved up a lot of old (much smaller jeans) I haven't tried anything with them yet. A vest is a great idea for using the smaller pieces. Your vest looks great.
Mbarkle said... (4/2/03 9:11 PM) Reply
Julia, it looks great! I have some denim look tencel on its way to me right now. I'm thinking fringed edges or something. I love how you recycled the skirt.
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