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Pattern Reviews> Vogue Patterns> 4174/4058 Vintage OOP (1960 Vogue Special Design)

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Posted on:4/30/10 10:41 PM
Last Updated:5/3/10 12:34 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 25 people   
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Carol Mendoza said... (5/7/10 2:20 PM) Reply
Fantastic job! The color, fabric, style, fit and those buttons!!!
Jeannine1976 said... (5/6/10 11:48 AM) Reply
Fantastic work. The jacket is timeless and I'm totally in love with the buttons. :)
jewelea said... (5/4/10 4:57 PM) Reply
Bravo! To me, this is what sewing is all about: creating something unique, that you wouldn't be able to just go buy somewhere. And you've done it beautifully. Nicely written review, too.
fattyboomboom said... (5/4/10 10:13 AM) Reply
Lovely jacket! Great job!
wreninrome said... (5/4/10 9:04 AM) Reply
wow that is fabulous! congratulations
kremmer said... (5/4/10 2:27 AM) Reply
Beautiful beautiful beautiful!
Kayseri said... (5/3/10 8:36 PM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket. Those buttons just add the perfect finishing touch.
Rhoda K said... (5/3/10 6:22 PM) Reply
Great jacket and wonderful idea for the buttons.
JillyBe said... (5/3/10 2:08 PM) Reply
What a great job - I'm in awe!
carolynw said... (5/3/10 2:07 PM) Reply
Gorgeous - you did a lot of wonderful work on this - looks like really high end Coture!!
fourkid said... (5/3/10 10:26 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket - not only did you make it - but you "designed" it as well. You are so creative!
Margaret said... (5/3/10 1:28 AM) Reply
This looks like it's SO nicely made, and a great use for this fabric! I love the buttons!
graustark said... (5/2/10 11:23 PM) Reply
This is too awesome! I love the styling, and those buttons are incredible. How did you ever think to do that?
clgangi said... (5/2/10 8:30 PM) Reply
Wow! Gorgeous!
MsMaryO said... (5/2/10 9:31 AM) Reply
The jacket i sooo cool. definitely Mad Men style. I love it! And those buttons are fabulous. I'm going to have to find that article.
manola6176 said... (5/2/10 1:39 AM) Reply
You rock stunning
MNBarb said... (5/1/10 8:54 PM) Reply
I think you can upgrade your sewing skills level to "expert" after creating this beautiful garment out of a combination of patterns. Yikes! Too cute for words.
Heatherrique said... (5/1/10 8:27 PM) Reply
Eyecatchingly gorgeous! Beautiful work on this!
chicagochef said... (5/1/10 3:39 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket! And the vintage label - how sweet is that! Great work! Thanks for the inspiration.
Kathi R said... (5/1/10 1:56 PM) Reply
Your creativity with this fabric is inspiring and the buttons are a brilliant idea. Thanks for the review.
MaryDB said... (5/1/10 11:28 AM) Reply
JudyP, thanks for your kind comments. I did not make the shoulder pads. I used purchased ones I bought at the Puyallup Sewing Expo at the Professional Sewing Supplies booth. She had three thicknesses; I bought the thinnest. Professional Sewing Supplies does not have a website, just shows and mail order. They carry many quality notions and tools from Japan. Contact is PO Box 14272, Seattle, WA 98114-4272 or call 206-324-8823, Profsewingsupplies@comcast.net
cmarie12 said... (5/1/10 10:56 AM) Reply
Stunning, simply stunning! And what a wonderfully helpful review especially the instructions on how you made the buttons which really caught my eye since they are so original! Great job! And I don't care what you say...you sew FAST!!!
RisaJ said... (5/1/10 10:43 AM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous. The buttons are amazing; thanks for explaining how you made them. Plus a vintage machine to go with the whole process. What a kick!
Paris75008 said... (5/1/10 9:45 AM) Reply
Oh, that jacket is a stunning knockoff and so beautifully sewn too. I just love how you did the covered buttons.
Peter in NYC said... (5/1/10 9:43 AM) Reply
Beautiful job, Mary and I love the color. Those buttons -- I'm in awe!
JudyP said... (5/1/10 9:33 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket!! So creative an chic! I'm very interested in how you made your shoulder pads. Sometimes a jacket needs a little something, but purchased pads are not right. Can you post a tip or something explaining what you did in more detail?
DaisyEsq said... (5/1/10 9:18 AM) Reply
Simply beautiful! Thanks for the excellent review and idea for the buttons.
colorkitten said... (5/1/10 9:16 AM) Reply
Wow! Stunning. And that is awesome that you had one of the original labels!
Lori V said... (5/1/10 8:42 AM) Reply
Beautiful.
BJ1400 said... (5/1/10 8:38 AM) Reply
So nice! Your buttons are great!
tess said... (5/1/10 5:36 AM) Reply
Your jacket looks absolutely amazing thank heavens it didn't become a tablecloth! Your review is really interesting and informative and I liked the link to your machine, I also have an old pfaff 260 semi industrial machine which is a joy to work on and copes with any thickness of fabric and goes really fast!!
mm said... (5/1/10 1:11 AM) Reply
This is so well made.
Vonnevo said... (5/1/10 0:45 AM) Reply
A Fabulous Jacket !!!!! Love your buttons too :) Thank you so much for your VH review :)
khunter said... (5/1/10 0:23 AM) Reply
Love the jacket especially the buttons! I am going to try that !! Thanks
Patti B said... (4/30/10 11:50 PM) Reply
Isn't this lovely? Wonderful frankenpatterning (a new verb!). Beautiful sewing too.
MagpieJen said... (4/30/10 11:47 PM) Reply
Oh wow! I love it! It's so beautifully finished too - wonderful job!
lyndle said... (4/30/10 11:18 PM) Reply
Gorgeous!! I covet your jacket. The buttons are genius, too.
Lynn67 said... (4/30/10 11:15 PM) Reply
Brilliant! Beautiful jacket and the buttons are amazing! Gorgeous fabric too. Thanks for the great review!
 
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