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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 01-2008-127 (Shawl collar jacket)

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Reviewed by:JoanneM

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Posted on:4/5/09 8:47 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 11 people   
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colourbynumber said... (4/6/09 8:05 PM) Reply
love it! the fabric is gorgeous. also, i always look forward to your humor in your reviews!
Beek said... (4/6/09 4:54 PM) Reply
I love your linen jacket. It looks like a true staple to your wardrobe. Elegant, yet very wearable.
Luckylibbet said... (4/6/09 12:11 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket - thanks for a great review.
nancy2001 said... (4/6/09 11:57 AM) Reply
Beautifully made jacket. Muslins are the key to a great fit.
nancy2001 said... (4/6/09 11:57 AM) Reply
Beautifully made jacket. Muslins are the key to a great fit.
Kellie R. said... (4/6/09 11:21 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket! Simplifying the detailing was definitely the right thing to do to showcase this gorgeous fabric!
Sigrid. said... (4/6/09 7:27 AM) Reply
beautiful jacket. Great in this fabric.
rivergum said... (4/6/09 5:46 AM) Reply
Wow, how did I miss this pattern? I love your jacket, it looks great and you have quite inspired me to make one for myself.
Clareew said... (4/6/09 5:39 AM) Reply
Beautiful, that collar is to die for
kerrynw said... (4/6/09 4:44 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket and lovely buttons!!
figtree said... (4/6/09 3:14 AM) Reply
Thanks for your review. The jacket looks very nice. I've had my eye on this suit since it came out but haven't found the right fabric yet. Looks lovely in linen tho.
SewPie said... (4/5/09 10:58 PM) Reply
I really admire this, well done you! Thanks for the tips re making a muslin, yes, I am born-again in this regard too having made so many awful things I will never wear...
Re Becca said... (4/5/09 10:36 PM) Reply
It looks great. It looks so elegant and simple. I really like the buttons and their placement. I have this cut out in a cheap fabric, you have inspired me to get back to sewing it.
Birgitte said... (4/5/09 10:18 PM) Reply
It's striking in its simplistic beauty, I love it.
Karen6790 said... (4/5/09 9:48 PM) Reply
Lovely. I agree with eliminating the details for a linen like this - let the fabric do the talking here.
Riesie said... (4/5/09 9:15 PM) Reply
Beautiful job.
Vintage Joan said... (4/5/09 8:59 PM) Reply
This is truly lovely. :)
Heatherrique said... (4/5/09 8:55 PM) Reply
Very attractive jacket and so wonderfully constructed!
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