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Pattern Reviews> Vogue Patterns> 8483 (MISSES' JACKET AND PANTS)

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Reviewed by:Ann Smith
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Posted on:7/1/09 7:00 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 10 people   
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aunt saidee said... (1/17/10 0:16 AM) Reply
You have sew much STYLE! Wow--beautiful jacket, great review. Jan
moushka said... (7/2/09 5:45 PM) Reply
Wonderful jacket, those monkey buttons are fabulous! As always, Ann, you make something chic and unique. Sue
DorothyK said... (7/2/09 11:30 AM) Reply
This is a great jacket, even without the monkeys. Looks good on you.
Harriet Rogers said... (7/2/09 10:25 AM) Reply
Ann: love the monkey buttons...and the lines of this pattern. As usual, this looks great on you. I also made the jacket (posted on site awhile ago) but I don't remember having any trouble with sleeve placement: wonder if we had different printing runs of the pattern. Thanks for interesting review.
camaro1952 said... (7/2/09 10:09 AM) Reply
Hello, I just love the clothes you make!
cmarie12 said... (7/2/09 9:40 AM) Reply
This top is fantastic on you! I love everything about it but especially the buttons!
grey ann said... (7/2/09 9:37 AM) Reply
Ann (and I am an Ann, too!) - I always look for your reviews, bec. our body types are similar and I am also under 5'3". Thanks for your thorough reviews.
Grammy Gin said... (7/2/09 7:17 AM) Reply
This is a really nice jacket. I like the buttons, also, with the fabric. Your new hair style seems to pick up the hue of the fabric.
Kayseri said... (7/2/09 6:50 AM) Reply
I love this jacket it's both elegant and quirky.
mrs quickly said... (7/2/09 0:03 AM) Reply
Love, love, love those buttons!
KarmenG said... (7/1/09 11:14 PM) Reply
LOVE this one! Love the design and the color and the buttons. Very nice on you!!
Barbara V said... (7/1/09 10:34 PM) Reply
Your jacket turned out really well with a very flattering look especially with the unusual collar. Love those monkeys!
Christas said... (7/1/09 8:53 PM) Reply
Wow! Every garment you make looks like one that could be on a fashion runway! You have definite style!
Rhonda in Montreal said... (7/1/09 8:30 PM) Reply
Your buttons are tooo funny!!
cindyintampa said... (7/1/09 8:20 PM) Reply
I love clothes with a sense of humor. Great jacket.
kkkkaty said... (7/1/09 7:34 PM) Reply
I am always so glad to see your reviews! very nice jacket, thx for the inspiration!
kaaren said... (7/1/09 7:23 PM) Reply
Ann, those buttons are on my desk saying "how to use me"! I got mine at the Canada sale. You too? You definitely solved the visibility problem by using cording. I seldom button a jacket so I need invisible closures. I had thought about the San Diego jacket but your solution is even better. As always, beautiful creative work. Kaaren
khunter said... (7/1/09 7:15 PM) Reply
The buttons really make the top! Love the color. I love everything about it. Way to go!!!!
 
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