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Posted on:11/15/09 12:41 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 4 people   
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radollrose said...
This is the same material that I plan on using! Funny that Anne would still carry it two years later. Thanks for all the photo's-great job!
4/10/11 7:39 PM
OP Gal said...
I was searching reviews for a good pattern when I ran across your review. Great review and wonderful jacket. You did a beautiful job of making it fit and of sewing it. Your topstitching is perfect and the zipper insertion looks very professional. Brava!
3/3/10 11:05 AM
sewnsewtoo said...
Very nice. Your work really paid off.
11/15/09 5:22 PM
PegL said...
Great fit and a beautiful top-stitching! Good review too!
11/15/09 4:57 PM
mmr said...
Your perseverance in getting this pattern to fit really paid off. You jacket looks great and is beautifully sewn.
11/15/09 4:48 PM
Aixoise said...
What beautiful workmanship. You should be very proud of your finished jacket. Wear it inside out, so everyone can admire it! Jean jackets are fun to make, especially once you have a TNT pattern. I predict you'll be making more of them.
11/15/09 1:08 PM
Patti B said...
Great looking jacket -- beautiful work! Your topstitching is perfect -- so professional. I think you should make another jacket now that you have the pattern whipped into shape and your idea of velvet or corduroy would be lovely. Gigi made one in a sheer fabric for the Theads article she wrote and it was smashing.
11/15/09 1:00 PM
 
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