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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 3251 (Men's Jean Jacket)

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Reviewed by:Ann V

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Posted on:10/18/08 11:35 PM
Last Updated:10/18/08 11:39 PM
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piet said... (11/14/15 7:53 PM) Reply
I would like to find this pattern, but sadly, it is unavailable. Any ideas?
Hilary said... (12/18/13 1:42 PM) Reply
Amazing work!! It looks GREAT :D
Diane333 said... (12/24/08 10:04 AM) Reply
looks very nice
HLT said... (11/8/08 12:59 PM) Reply
Nice job! This look very RTW!
AnneM said... (11/5/08 5:01 PM) Reply
The jacket looks like it came out great. And the shearling lining the denim is a great combination; denim cuts the wind & shearling adds warmth. Glad the pattern worked well for you. It's so nice when you can make something that is well received & appreciated.
Mary Stiefer said... (10/21/08 11:07 AM) Reply
What a fabulous jacket. The details do make this extra special. Well done.
EveS said... (10/20/08 10:26 AM) Reply
Wow, really nice jacket! Beautiful detailing and it looks WARM. Great addition of the fleece. I may have to put this on the list for always-cold DH. Great job...I'm glad your DH is proudly showing off your hard work! :)
Ann V said... (10/19/08 11:42 PM) Reply
Thanks, everyone! Luckylibbet, you're right - I had to update my rating!
dr. liz said... (10/19/08 7:32 PM) Reply
Lucky hubby! That is one beautiful jacket!
BJ1400 said... (10/19/08 11:58 AM) Reply
Your jacket looks great! I love the lining.
Barbara V said... (10/19/08 11:29 AM) Reply
So nice that you made this awesome fleece lined jacket for your DH who sounds so happy with it, proud to wear it and appreciative of your work and effort....How good is that :-)
RMJ said... (10/19/08 10:17 AM) Reply
Very nice!
Timmithea said... (10/19/08 10:10 AM) Reply
Great job. I can imagine the thickness of the materials made it tedious to sew. Good job, he looks very handsome and proud in his new jacket.
khurtdvm said... (10/19/08 9:50 AM) Reply
Very cool! Definitely a winner!
donna wicks said... (10/19/08 9:44 AM) Reply
A great jacket! You can be proud of this.
Flying Seamstress said... (10/19/08 8:22 AM) Reply
Beautiful work! I have the same pattern and heavy denim to make this jacket for my DH. I will not be adding a sherpa lining as we live in SC. Your review has reminded/inspired me to get cracking!
Darla in PA said... (10/19/08 8:00 AM) Reply
The jacket is fantastic. You did a great job on the topstitching.
Kbenco said... (10/19/08 5:53 AM) Reply
You are so clever making a bullet proof jacket (only joking). Actually, you are so clever making such a fabulous, beautifully top stitched, smart jacket for your DH. Now what will he make for you? I hope at least dinner!!!
sewtime said... (10/19/08 0:27 AM) Reply
Wow! Fabulous jacket!
Luckylibbet said... (10/19/08 0:05 AM) Reply
DH is such a cutie in this one - I can just see him hanging over the SM, 'Is it done yet? Is it done yet?' Wow, and SUCH a fabulous job on all the details. Time to upgrade your rating, friend!
Christas said... (10/18/08 11:56 PM) Reply
This is a WONDERFUL jacket. It looks perfect! I really like the added faux shearling.
Lori V said... (10/18/08 11:51 PM) Reply
Fantastic jacket, I can see why your dh is so happy with his jacket. The entire jacket looks fantastic and the topstitching is superb.
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