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Reviewed by:Denise Kovnat

About Denise Kovnatstar
NY United States
Member since: 11/29/09
Reviews: 14 (patterns: 14)
Skill level:Intermediate
Favored by: 6 people
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Posted on:3/4/10 2:56 PM
Last Updated:10/8/15 11:03 PM
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maryfrana said... (10/10/15 11:24 AM) Reply
So often wearable art is art but not particularly wearable. This is stunning in both categories -- art and wearable. Glorious
chimommy68 said... (10/9/15 2:40 PM) Reply
A true piece of art.
VogueMistress said... (10/9/15 1:05 PM) Reply
Wow...that is striking! I'm very impressed with your technique and you have a beautiful garment as a result.
Christine K said... (10/9/15 11:03 AM) Reply
Beautiful fabric. I agree, this pattern appears to be ideal for highlighting a unique and interesting fabric.
tiadia said... (10/9/15 9:26 AM) Reply
This is stunning. What beautiful colours.
cindyann said... (10/9/15 8:50 AM) Reply
That is absolutely gorgeous! The color way is so striking!
lakaribane said... (10/9/15 8:48 AM) Reply
Denise, you have killed me and brought me back to life! I love it!
sarahwebb said... (10/9/15 8:42 AM) Reply
Vancouvergirl said... (10/9/15 7:40 AM) Reply
So beautiful! Wow!
velosewer said... (10/9/15 5:52 AM) Reply
Gorgeous work. All those wonderful colours are so attractive.
chris51 said... (10/9/15 2:05 AM) Reply
A stunning piece of wearable art. The talent and time to envision such an undertaking and painstakingly prepare the fabric is mind-boggling and inspirational. WOW!
teachutah said... (10/8/15 11:48 PM) Reply
The colors chosen for this jacket are just gorgeous.! Even better, is the fact that you created parts of the fabric to your liking Just beautiful..
carolynw said... (10/8/15 11:46 PM) Reply
Gorgeous and definitely one of a kind - the kind I would steal :)
textilehappy said... (11/27/14 10:30 PM) Reply
annakeeton said... (1/28/14 6:34 AM) Reply
I really like your fiber art techniques!
velosewer said... (2/19/13 7:29 PM) Reply
This is stunning.
a life in stitches said... (8/27/11 2:10 PM) Reply
Re. the pattern-yea the old ones are the best. Re. the photos- yes that would be nice, but honestly your description's good, and great to know you hae been working this way, a great interpretation, love the look.
Rhoda K said... (8/27/11 12:43 PM) Reply
The link to your photo isn't working :-( Would love to see a close-up.
JillyBe said... (10/24/10 1:14 PM) Reply
How are people able to see the fabric? I would so like a better view of this.
DorothyK said... (8/13/10 1:12 PM) Reply
Looks fantastic. Would love to see more.
RLL said... (6/6/10 3:29 PM) Reply
Yes, bigger better more detailed photo's please. Your work is very interesting.
nglalala said... (3/27/10 10:26 AM) Reply
The colors are fabulous!! I can't believe you made the fabric!
Karendee said... (3/6/10 4:30 PM) Reply
I reread my post and realize it sounded less than kind. I just wanted to stress how anxious I was to admire your work more "upclose and personal." And I know how difficult posting pics can be. Thanks for sharing what you could. You are a wonderful artist and I enjoyed your website. Also, I apologize for any strident sounding words on my part.
marthamyers said... (3/5/10 10:57 AM) Reply
Everyone else has already said it - WOW!
Denise Kovnat said... (3/5/10 10:26 AM) Reply
Thanks for the comments. I'm working on posting these photos to a blog, so that I can show more detail. More to come!
Nancy K said... (3/5/10 9:22 AM) Reply
Stunning piece of wearable art that is actually wearable.
AuntieShel said... (3/5/10 8:59 AM) Reply
OMG--absolutely fabulous!!!
carolynw said... (3/5/10 8:38 AM) Reply
The pattern is a good one to show off fabric and I have to say I am impressed beyond belief at the beauitiful fabric you made. It's gorgeous and definitely one of a kind
Auntie Allyn said... (3/5/10 8:24 AM) Reply
Gorgeous!!! This pattern is in my "to do" stash, and your comments will give me inspiration to try things other than just plain'ol fabric when I make it up.
Denise L Perry said... (3/5/10 7:40 AM) Reply
What a talented artist you are! I love all your creations. So well done and unique!
my horse said... (3/5/10 2:01 AM) Reply
Thank you for this review! The pattern is a go-to for me so the treasure in the review is your technique for the fabric. I would love additional pics as well.
Rhoda K said... (3/4/10 6:23 PM) Reply
Your jacket is beautiful and I, too, would like to see a clickable photo to enlarge.
Karendee said... (3/4/10 3:19 PM) Reply
I am extremely frustrated since I can't open up a larger version of these 4 magnificent jackets/coats you've made. I would love to see the dying techniques up close on the fabic and weaving. You are such an artist; please let us see your results more clearly. Thank you.
Elona said... (3/4/10 3:12 PM) Reply
I would love, love, love to see the details in all your reviews! Could you make the images clickable so that we can get a close-up?
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