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Posted on:12/1/07 8:45 PM
Last Updated:12/1/07 8:45 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 2 people   
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Annette1 said...
Oooo, your mom will love this, and it will keep her nice and cozy, too. Great job on your decorative stitching!
12/1/07 11:54 PM
carolynw said...
Very nice jacket - am sur eyour Mom will appreciate
12/2/07 9:00 AM
Grammy Gin said...
Love this jacket! Nice color, too! ;-)
12/2/07 3:54 PM
moss said...
That is cute, and I really like the embroidery!
12/3/07 9:50 AM
gatorgirl4325 said...
I like the decorative stitches you added to the jacket.
12/3/07 11:59 AM
WJean said...
The coat looks really nice, particularly the decorative stitches. I have a question or two that I'd like to present about this pattern. First, I'm looking for a swing coat pattern with just this front/shawl collar. Do you think that this pattern would work if I widened it at the bottom starting at the underarms? I would use an existing swing coat pattern and change the grainlines, etc. Second question, I'd like to line the coat and not use fleece fabric. Do you believe from your esperience that this too is possible? Thanks for your response, which I am looking forward to receiving.
1/31/08 11:37 PM
cherylzone said...
Thanks! I hoped someone would rate this pattern. I think shawl collared jackets are always a flattering style, and easy to wear. I intend to make this using your L shoulders and XL body instructions. The photo looks great too.
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