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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 91021-1001 (Jacket pattern based on S8177)

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Reviewed by:Tom P
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Posted on:11/29/09 9:01 PM

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AnneM said... (12/8/09 8:33 AM) Reply
The cuff zippers are certainly a nice design feature, even if not actually required. Love the inside zipper as well. Lines pockets are wonderful.
Ceidhle said... (12/1/09 7:36 PM) Reply
Nice job! I like the blue peeking through. Just wondering about the cap you are wearing in your pic. GO SOX
colorkitten said... (12/1/09 9:51 AM) Reply
Fantastic jacket! It looks great on you, too.
marec said... (11/30/09 9:47 AM) Reply
Tom, this is a great jacket! I love the zipper and front flap. The blue peeking through is a very nice touch. Collar, pockets, all the details make this a very interesting jacket. I cannot see the jean jacket "underneath" your draft. :-) Sporty, casual and stylish->perfect!
RLL said... (11/30/09 9:42 AM) Reply
Very sharp looking jacket. Love how you did the front. Love the idea of corduroy in the pockets for warmth too. Lookin good!
Peter in NYC said... (11/30/09 8:30 AM) Reply
Love all the details on this jacket, Tom. Nice job!
voet said... (11/30/09 6:18 AM) Reply
It turned out great. I especially like the blue fabric under the flap and showing by the pockets.
Aixoise said... (11/30/09 0:17 AM) Reply
What a great looking jacket. Totally professional. Suits you very well, too.
Sewing Joe said... (11/29/09 10:21 PM) Reply
Great job! That is a really sharp looking jacket.
Leora said... (11/29/09 9:36 PM) Reply
Sweet! I really like how you cut the back and the pockets are cool, but the front closure sure makes this jacket SUH-WEET!
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