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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 09-2008-102 (Misses' Jacket)

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Posted on:2/14/09 7:59 PM
Last Updated:2/15/09 9:39 AM
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Jali said... (2/15/09 7:24 PM) Reply
Happy Belated Birthday! This is a well made jacket. I'd choose to say its fashion forward. It's really wonderful you are getting so much wear out of it.
emo said... (2/15/09 7:12 PM) Reply
Yes Heatherrique -- birthday yesterday. Thanks!
Re Becca said... (2/15/09 4:04 PM) Reply
He just doesn't know what is in style! Those sand people would be very stylish right now. Nice welt pockets! You will be making them like a pro from now on.
Heatherrique said... (2/15/09 3:57 PM) Reply
Very sleek and chic, emo! Your version looks so much funner than Burdie's! Wasn't it your birthday just recently? Happy Belated Birthday!
Nancy K said... (2/15/09 2:51 PM) Reply
Husbands are not the best judges of clothing imop. This looks great on you and stylish.
li'l miss muffett said... (2/15/09 12:50 PM) Reply
SAND PEOPLE!!! ROFL! Husbands, I tell ya.... I thought mine only made comments like that. I made a white drapey top once and he said it looked a little Princess Leah-like! I think it's very cool and modern looking.
sewtime said... (2/15/09 11:48 AM) Reply
Very cute!!
CatMukai said... (2/14/09 8:13 PM) Reply
"Oh, yes, it was like a dream. So clear and easy." lol! I don't know anything about the sand people but based on your jacket I am guessing they are very cute.
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