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Posted on:1/5/09 11:36 AM
Last Updated:1/6/09 3:11 PM

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nicegirl said...
So sad about the arm seam! Sizing can be a mysterious thing, for sure. I love your tucking detail trim.
1/7/09 5:13 PM
sew42mom said...
Except for the tightness of the sleeves this little jacket looks great on you! Try it again.
1/6/09 7:27 PM
EleanorSews said...
What a labor of love! Hopefully you will make this again for yourself adjusted as needed. It is a one-of-a kind look and quite special.
1/6/09 3:16 PM
morzel said...
Ive seen this pattern and wondered how it would look like in real life- well, it looks good! Your fabric is great and I really like the pintucking. Sorry to hear that all that work will not result in you wearing it.
1/5/09 10:41 PM
wendlesue said...
Sorry to hear about your difficulties with this! It is a very distinctive look, especially in the fabric you chose! Lovely work.
1/5/09 12:16 PM
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