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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 5530 (Jacket)

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Posted on:2/21/09 4:00 PM
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dreamdesigner said... (12/11/12 9:33 PM) Reply
Gosh that's gorgeous! And I agree with Christas and Aixoise - you should update your skill level. Ha! especially since this was 3 years ago!
Bonnie123 said... (11/14/11 11:52 AM) Reply
Beautiful job! Professionally done! :)
dlwk said... (8/5/09 10:33 AM) Reply
This is a beautiful jacket, well executed. I think the use of natural fibres always makes a garment look better.... and who wants to wear a plastic bag i.e. polyester? Would be ideal over a simple shift dress.
riski said... (7/5/09 11:22 AM) Reply
Your jacket is gorgeous and far more beautiful than the pattern picture.
testbunny said... (5/1/09 8:15 AM) Reply
Yum yum- that is fab!
nicegirl said... (2/23/09 2:33 PM) Reply
I bought this pattern a while back and you have just reminded me why I loved it so much! I really like it in the sober menswear fabric.
nglalala said... (2/23/09 1:07 AM) Reply
Lovely jacket!
knitlitcamper said... (2/22/09 2:40 PM) Reply
very classy, you did a beautiful job!
DoggyGirl said... (2/22/09 1:13 PM) Reply
Absolutely elegant. This reminds me of some of the fabulous timeless fashions from movies made in the 1950's. You are going to look like a million dollars wearing this (or at the very least like Grace Kelly or Tippy Hedron)!
sewbehind said... (2/22/09 1:00 PM) Reply
Very special jacket. It is so lovely. Your sewing, pressing and attention to detail make it a cut above.
Judy Wentz said... (2/22/09 9:25 AM) Reply
This is outstanding. It looks so much better than the envelope. Great job! jw
petro said... (2/22/09 5:02 AM) Reply
Nice jacket. I have this pattern, may actually get it made up now!
DivaQ said... (2/22/09 1:31 AM) Reply
WOW! Very nice!
carolynw said... (2/21/09 10:20 PM) Reply
Well so you should like this jacket - it is absolutely perfect in every way - very elegant and chic - way to go!!
Riesie said... (2/21/09 9:57 PM) Reply
Just beautiful!
Heatherrique said... (2/21/09 9:41 PM) Reply
Such a sharp looking jacket! Elegantly constructed!
Peggy L said... (2/21/09 9:28 PM) Reply
So very elegant!
EleanorSews said... (2/21/09 9:25 PM) Reply
That is one stunning jacket! From the pattern envelope it is impossible to see how elegant it might be. Gorgeous!
avancleve said... (2/21/09 8:42 PM) Reply
This turned out so cute. I am so glad I already have this pattern. Looks like I will need to make it up
leanmeansewingmachine said... (2/21/09 8:34 PM) Reply
That jacket is just beautiful!
Annette1 said... (2/21/09 8:29 PM) Reply
SO chic and elegant. I LOVE this (especially in that wool crepe, the BEST FABRIC in the universe). :o)
QuiltersFan said... (2/21/09 8:24 PM) Reply
Very nice.
Opals Passions said... (2/21/09 8:21 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket! Great job with the workmanship....
AnneMarie60 said... (2/21/09 8:16 PM) Reply
Your fabric choice is excellent and your workmanship is outstanding. Lovely jacket.
wendlesue said... (2/21/09 8:03 PM) Reply
Wow, that looks perfect
Shirleyjoy said... (2/21/09 6:58 PM) Reply
Fabulous jacket! Well done!
jbsew said... (2/21/09 6:37 PM) Reply
very well done!
CShelley said... (2/21/09 5:50 PM) Reply
Wow is that nice! Very different and I like that it's not all that boxy. Great job.
Lori V said... (2/21/09 5:30 PM) Reply
That is very classy.
Rhonda in Montreal said... (2/21/09 5:26 PM) Reply
Gorgeous!! Classic, feminine, interesting--all-in-one, eh!! LOVE that it's in grey, too! It's a "more male colour"/very female look... Very sexy, too!
Riordan said... (2/21/09 5:19 PM) Reply
Very pretty--your wool is perfect for this pattern. Lovely work!
Mahler said... (2/21/09 5:09 PM) Reply
This is such an interesting pattern. Wonderful jacket. Your choice of colour is excellent. It allows us to fully appreciate your excellent craftsmanship and the original lines. Bravo !
Aixoise said... (2/21/09 5:08 PM) Reply
Elegant. Don't you love wool crepe? I agree with those who said that your version looks so much better than the one in the envelope photo. Are you sure you're still a beginner - even an advanced one? I'd say Intermediate is more apt.
Markie1 said... (2/21/09 5:00 PM) Reply
Wow. I have to make this!
jent said... (2/21/09 4:53 PM) Reply
FurGal said... (2/21/09 4:46 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket!
castout said... (2/21/09 4:28 PM) Reply
Wow - that looks really sharp!!! Yours looks SO much cuter than the picture on the pattern. This might go on my wish list just based on your picture!
Sew4Fun said... (2/21/09 4:27 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket! The collar sits so nicely. Great job!
Map said... (2/21/09 4:24 PM) Reply
I think your jacket looks better than the model on the envelope. Beautiful!!!
Cowtown Karen said... (2/21/09 4:22 PM) Reply
Lovely jacket! It is now on my to-do list.
Christas said... (2/21/09 4:14 PM) Reply
You did a beautiful job of sewing this. This is a pattern I recently purchased. So nice to see it sewn up.....looks so perfect! ***Edited***I just looked at your review again and saw that you rate yourself as an advanced beginner. I agree with Aixoise, you should bump up your rating. This jacket shows wonderful skill.
katlew03 said... (2/21/09 4:09 PM) Reply
What a beautiful jacket. You did a wonderful job. Very professional looking.
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