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Pattern Reviews> Other> V017: Favorite Things (The Cardigan Jacket)

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Posted on:4/19/04 9:48 PM
Last Updated:4/19/04 10:19 PM


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cindyann said... (4/20/04 1:50 PM) Reply

cindyann said... (4/20/04 1:50 PM) Reply

cindyann said... (4/20/04 1:49 PM) Reply
I love your fringe treatment! I really like the simple lines of this pattern. I have so many jacket patterns it's crazy.....and I live in So. Fl. hmmm....should I add to my wish list???????
busy91 said... (4/20/04 1:20 PM) Reply
I like the jacket pattern, and I like your modifications. Nice Job.
ReneeO said... (4/20/04 1:05 PM) Reply
ooohh, I *love* this. Great style! Thank you for sharing!
Sew it seams said... (4/20/04 12:56 PM) Reply
that's a great jacket. It looks like it would be fun to wear.
Elona said... (4/20/04 11:45 AM) Reply
A while back, Mini did a review of this very interesting jacket. Two good reviews kind of tempt me to buy the pattern. http://sewing.patternreview.com/cgi-bin/readreview.pl?readreview=1&ID=1543
J_J said... (4/20/04 10:15 AM) Reply
Liana: I didn't do any extra stitching before ravellling the seam allowances. I stitched using a 2.5mm length stitch with 1/2" SA. knitter: You can find this pattern at http://www.favoritethings.net/index.htm or ... Sara at thejoyofsewing group on yahoo is cooping these patterns for about half what you pay for retail.
gabrielle said... (4/20/04 10:09 AM) Reply
I've wanted to try sewing something with the seams on the outside, but was too chicken! It looks like this was fun to sew and wear. Nice job!
Ann C said... (4/20/04 9:43 AM) Reply
I like that. Think it's fun.
Ann C said... (4/20/04 9:42 AM) Reply
I like that. I think it's fun.
Oopsy-Daisy! said... (4/20/04 8:37 AM) Reply
Nice nod to the current fringe-y trend. It's very pretty!
mag said... (4/20/04 7:47 AM) Reply
That looks like a fun jacket to make, and wear.
LiZ said... (4/20/04 6:07 AM) Reply
I love your jacket so much. Would you be able to tell me where you got this pattern from. I would love to have it.
J_J said... (4/19/04 10:20 PM) Reply
Okay, I fixed the problem with the photo. It should be right now.
Liana said... (4/19/04 10:06 PM) Reply
So pretty! This is very nice, and so stylish right now. What kind of basketweave is it? Did you do extra stitching before ravelling your SAs?
 
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