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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 01-2007-110 (Jeans Style Jacket)

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Posted on:5/3/08 10:24 AM
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cindyann said...
Wow, deja vu, must be a glitch in the Matrix! I really thought you were Trinity there for a minute. LOL Awesome outfit and great review.
5/3/08 10:34 AM
Frogstitcher said...
Excellent fit on your jacket. There's a lot to be said for consistency and BWOF doesn't fail in this area. As for the fabric, who'd ever thought that PVC would be a sewer's dream fabric, stretching and easing at will. Another fun review.
5/3/08 10:57 AM
AnneMarie60 said...
Clever! You did a fantastic job!
5/3/08 11:06 AM
Luckylibbet said...
Welcome back! I MISSED your reviews (and Steve too). Terrific Trinity - and you're braver than me, PVC - WOW.
5/3/08 11:45 AM
Sheila457 said...
Awesome ensemble.
5/3/08 12:26 PM
SueV said...
i love your review and your outfit! Very entertaining and fun! thanks for sharing
5/3/08 12:33 PM
Leora said...
My son was walking by and said, "Hey! That's Trinity!" The shot of you in front of the bus is too cool. Excellent costume and review.
5/3/08 1:23 PM
lilyofthevalley said...
Well, Trinity, you are just too cool for words! Love the concept and the actuality of your Matrix garb. I would have paid admission to see the facial expressions of the bystanders while you were doing your public photo shoot, as well as flying down the ski slope. Now, if only you weren't so shy and retiring! Fabulous, Lily
5/3/08 1:51 PM
nicegirl said...
I LOVE the photos. What a fun set. Hats off on the incredible job you did with a fussy pattern in fussy fabric (I refuse to believe it's really as easy as you say to work with).
5/3/08 4:08 PM
Allie in Hong Kong said...
Wow this is an amazing project and you did a great job! On a side note the idea of having a company fancy dress ski day is terrifying for me!
5/3/08 10:05 PM
trinicity said...
this is awesome, what a fun shot
5/4/08 9:35 AM
MichelleE said...
I saw the picture before reading the review and thought, whoa, who's the Matrix chick?!? You definitely pulled it off, and that's brave to sew with that rubber -er - fabric.
5/4/08 10:04 AM
crisford said...
This is so awesome!! Great photos!
5/4/08 11:10 AM
Heatherrique said...
So sizzling! Very enjoyable review! It looks like Keanu might return to make "The Matrix Re-Reloads" movies with the new Trinity!
5/4/08 11:32 AM
blue mooney said...
OK, you are having way too much fun!
5/4/08 2:35 PM
Annette1 said...
Ha! Very creative and fun review, AND creative and fun outfit (and pictures)! Trinity will certainly need more than one of these jackets.
5/5/08 2:25 AM
gatorgirl4325 said...
Fabulous! You have been missed!
5/5/08 11:51 AM
wanderlustor said...
Hilarious review! Keep 'em coming!
5/5/08 12:43 PM
greenandlilac said...
This is a cute jacket. Could you please tell me if the Clotilde Double Welt Pocket maker that you ordered had prong ends that are about 3/4 inch apart or are they more even?
5/6/08 11:36 AM
Seamingly Simple said...
Karen M M, I didn't use the Clotilde welt pocket maker on this jacket, but yes, its prongs are about 3/4" apart.
5/6/08 2:00 PM
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