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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 02-2008-117 (Coat)

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Posted on:6/16/09 10:36 PM
Pattern Size:Petite 

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Karen6790 said...
I love both versions, but the linen version is my favorite. It's such a flattering pattern, why haven't I tried this one yet? Both of yours are lovely.
6/16/09 11:31 PM
Auntchelle said...
Wow. I love, love, love your black & white version. Super chic.
6/17/09 0:28 AM
crisford said...
Both of your versions are very good adaptations of this pattern. Glad to know it works well without the topstitching. The cranberry one looks like silk!
6/17/09 0:44 AM
michalklimer said...
Look so cute! a great coat, I love it!
6/17/09 1:46 AM
Ronda Rae said...
These are superb! Beautiful coats!
6/17/09 6:26 AM
Lori V said...
Beautiful trench. The fabric is so pretty.
6/17/09 7:10 AM
annie11 said...
That is so pretty! You did a beautiful job!
6/17/09 8:51 AM
mylittleelephant said...
I am impressed with your cranberry version, it looks so light and flowly, like a very versatile long cardigan/dress/coat. Beautiful take.
6/17/09 10:00 AM
MissCelie said...
This is just so stunning. I love both versions too. But, the linen is amazing.
6/17/09 10:10 AM
sewbehind said...
This looks like a dress. Beautiful! You wear it well.
6/17/09 10:16 AM
Catbird said...
I love both of your versions of this wonderful pattern! I'm really smitten with the cranberry one, both belted and unbelted. It looks phenomenal. I've traced this pattern and have gathered most of the notions for it but haven't made it up yet. It seems to work beautifully for everyone who's tried it!
6/17/09 10:29 AM
nicegirl said...
I never would have thought of using a print for this pattern, but it totally works. Love both your versions!
6/17/09 11:01 AM
Peacock Chic said...
wow both versions are stunning but the black and white one take the cake! love it and love it on you!
6/17/09 11:37 AM
kerrynw said...
Love both your coats.
6/17/09 11:42 AM
Batik said...
Both very chic! And wearable in a way that many so-called 'chic' patterns say they are but aren't. Bravo!
6/17/09 12:14 PM
SandraB said...
Both coats are gorgeous.
6/17/09 2:56 PM
Kay Y said...
How lovely to see that coat pattern without the shirred waist! I can see in the photo of the back why you left it off - great movement!
6/17/09 7:53 PM
lmg said...
Wow. Both of these coats are TDF, though the linen one is my favorite. Fabulous job.
6/17/09 9:59 PM
Michelle L said...
This coats are GORGEOUS, I love the print though! What a fantastic garment.
6/18/09 8:59 AM
Jinny said...
I am amazed at jkaori's ability~ Her work is fantastic!!!
6/19/09 7:42 PM
Dioxazine said...
Love it!! AM looking for the pattern in a size 40, where could I get it?
2/3/10 1:28 PM
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