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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 04-2007-102 (or Burdastyle eva jacket)

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Reviewed by:amy in mpls

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Posted on:9/4/08 10:32 AM
Last Updated:9/5/08 10:10 AM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 9 people   
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nancy2001 said... (9/26/08 3:02 PM) Reply
Great looking jacket. I predict that before too long you'll be ready to promote yourself again. Incidentally you might want to get hold of a used copy of Cecilia Podolak's Easy Guide to Sewing Jackets which you can find on Amazon for about $5. It will teach you how to bag the lining, that is put it in quickly and easily by machine.
shesflipped said... (9/5/08 3:55 PM) Reply
Wow~you've come so far! This is an amazing jacket and fantastic review! Great job!
lilyofthevalley said... (9/5/08 1:47 PM) Reply
You've done some pretty advanced work on the details of this pretty jacket, including hand sewing your lining, and your details are beautifully done. Your black and white striped wool is also a wonderful choice to showcase your details. Very nice work, here, and an excellent review, to boot. Lovely, Lily
crisford said... (9/5/08 0:06 AM) Reply
Great job on your jacket! The fabric looks perfect for this pattern.
maryfrana said... (9/5/08 0:02 AM) Reply
Love the collar a lot. And your fabric choice is great. Sewing in the lining is always slow for me but linings are great and this looks so well done.
Vintage Joan said... (9/4/08 11:41 AM) Reply
Great job / great jacket! Thanks for the helpful and thorough review. I'm pretty sure you're not really a beginner anymore, though, if you can jump into making a jacket by telling yourself it's not much different from making a shirt with a collar stand. ;)
michellep74 said... (9/4/08 11:30 AM) Reply
Cute jacket! I've always liked that jacket pattern, but never made it up.
sewtime said... (9/4/08 11:23 AM) Reply
Real cute jacket! Nice job! Love the material!
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