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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 5594 (Lined Babydoll Jacket)

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Reviewed by:born2bead

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Posted on:3/10/08 11:00 AM
Last Updated:3/10/08 11:17 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 12 people   
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said... (6/17/08 4:03 PM) Reply
I love this jacket on you and the red lining makes it "pop". You really did a beautiful job making this piece.
Debra H said... (4/21/08 0:48 AM) Reply
Thanks for the tips on this jacket. Am about to tackle it soon. Your red lining is fabulous!
Hilary said... (3/14/08 7:50 PM) Reply
That is a really pretty little jacket-and I adore the red lining, too :D
nannykk said... (3/14/08 5:20 PM) Reply
I love it.
Gelbean said... (3/13/08 10:19 PM) Reply
I love your jacket. I am looking for a jacket pattern to try and thanks to your review this might just be it.
patsijean said... (3/12/08 0:02 AM) Reply
This is really a cute jacket. I am seriously considering it in a light orange linen.
Annette1 said... (3/11/08 7:26 PM) Reply
You're STYLIN' in this jacket. You couldn't look any prettier if you tried. The red lining is, of course, PERFECT. I'm with you on your observations about linings, too. For the longest time I wouldn't even CONSIDER a jacket if it wasn't lined. I started to think of unlined jackets as shirts, and that helped a little -- ha! I think for what you pay for patterns these days, it doesn't kill them to include the lining pieces, either, so we don't have to make our own. Fortunately, I already have this pattern (imagine that), and your review is certainly inspiring.
born2bead said... (3/11/08 11:12 AM) Reply
Thanks for the great comments everyone!
Danvillegirl said... (3/11/08 5:31 AM) Reply
I just purchased this pattern and glad to see your review as I want to make this soon.
CynthiaSue said... (3/11/08 0:58 AM) Reply
too cute!!
ColorMeHome said... (3/11/08 0:37 AM) Reply
You look like a fashion model! Great job!!
Peggy L said... (3/10/08 8:45 PM) Reply
Cute jacket!!!
lilyofthevalley said... (3/10/08 8:06 PM) Reply
I agree with you that your charming and chic jacket looks much better than the illustration on the pattern. Love your fabric, love the enlarged polka dot buttons, and the red lining is a luxury you well deserve. You look smashing! -Lily
Lori V said... (3/10/08 5:51 PM) Reply
This is so cute and trendy. It looks great on you.
LindsayT said... (3/10/08 3:41 PM) Reply
Adorable jacket. Very flattering for all ages, I think.
ChrisS said... (3/10/08 1:15 PM) Reply
Nice job! The jacket is very cute and trendy.
Christina Sonja said... (3/10/08 1:13 PM) Reply
Super cute - just like what I'm seeing in the stores now.
Janice C. said... (3/10/08 12:51 PM) Reply
Great work - and it really suits you.
jlg said... (3/10/08 11:31 AM) Reply
Very, very cute. I am also always worried that this shape will look like maternity wear on me. On you, it definitely does not. It is very becoming.
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