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Posted on:12/7/09 4:24 PM


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yorkshire lass said... (12/15/09 3:51 AM) Reply
I think this is a wonderful looking jacket and whilst the fit issues aren't large ones, I understand your rationale and hope you can get this to the perfect stage on the next run through.
colorkitten said... (12/8/09 10:08 AM) Reply
It looks great - I love the topstitching! Can't wait to see take 2.
Stephenie said... (12/8/09 9:55 AM) Reply
Looks great! You're putting in a lot of hard work and it's paying off. I think I have a jacket pattern that includes instructions for bagging a lining...Might be interesting to take a look at.
Kayseri said... (12/8/09 2:02 AM) Reply
Very smart especially for a first run through a pattern and unforgiving fabric.
sewnsewtoo said... (12/8/09 1:03 AM) Reply
You are definitely on your way to a TNT pattern. The fit is great and I love how you topstitched. Good luck on the next one.
JAS said... (12/7/09 11:13 PM) Reply
Another great jacket. It looks like you'll have your TNT in no time.
Annette Wright said... (12/7/09 11:09 PM) Reply
I am trying to be picky...I want to make a pattern that I don't have to think about in the future. Others seem to be able to do it, and I want to also.
Re Becca said... (12/7/09 10:18 PM) Reply
I think that the fit is terrific! I like the sleek look of the sleeves, and I think if you took all that "extra" out of the back you won't find it as comfortable to move it. All your hard work really paid off, you have a fabulous looking jacket.
OP Gal said... (12/7/09 9:20 PM) Reply
Picky, picky picky! : ) It's sewn perfectly, fits perfectly, and I can't believe how quickly you finished it. Bagging a jacket does seem at first like it will never work, but it does, and once you get comfortable with it you won't do it any other way. With your skills, you'll have the perfect TNT in no time. Great job Annette.
darse said... (12/7/09 7:43 PM) Reply
Love the buttons--perfect.
Em's Summer said... (12/7/09 7:37 PM) Reply
Pretty jacket! You did a great job!!!
sideseams said... (12/7/09 6:36 PM) Reply
You did a great job on your jacket. I think it fits you like a glove!!!
Sharon1952 said... (12/7/09 4:36 PM) Reply
I think that's a great looking jacket!
 
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