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Posted on:6/15/10 4:18 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 9 people   
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Seamingly Simple said... (6/17/10 3:04 PM) Reply
This looks great on you! I love using menswear fabric for feminine styles because the combination exudes softness but shows that the wearer is a force to be reckoned with. What would you think about adding two more buttons to the front closing? This would create an elongating vertical line and I read somewhere that men are so intrigued by a front closing with a gazillion buttons (it makes them envision the unbuttoning process and the inherent suspense). Just a thought.
Jali said... (6/17/10 5:53 AM) Reply
Feminine plus smart, And a neckline I heart. Classy style!
Catbird said... (6/16/10 4:56 PM) Reply
I agree with everyone! This is a great jacket and you and that neckline were made for each other (uh-oh, is that another song??:-)) Your reviews are so much fun and full of good information. This jacket is a winner!
eugenia123 said... (6/16/10 11:44 AM) Reply
Fabulous jacket. I love that you have used a super-smart fabric for something with some feminine styling - it's super pretty but very elegant. This style suits you so well!!
barbcl said... (6/16/10 10:21 AM) Reply
Lovely jacket!
Barbara V said... (6/16/10 8:02 AM) Reply
What a smart and classy looking jacket. Nice job with adjustments for a great fit.....very nice project and review!
mhk3boys said... (6/16/10 7:33 AM) Reply
Very chic and pretty!
FreyaStark said... (6/16/10 5:19 AM) Reply
Very smart and elegant.
Terri A said... (6/16/10 1:54 AM) Reply
The neckline is great - and so is your hilarious and detailed review! :-) :-)
Annette1 said... (6/16/10 0:36 AM) Reply
This is SEW cute! :o) I like the juxtaposition of the sweetheart neckline with the menswear stripes. You should make a skirt or pants to match, and you'd have a whole suit! :o)
pterion said... (6/15/10 9:22 PM) Reply
Love the neckline on this jacket. Very pretty!
carolynw said... (6/15/10 9:01 PM) Reply
Very nice - great neckline
Nan Kay said... (6/15/10 7:54 PM) Reply
Love the review! Jacket is nice too!!!!
dingyadi said... (6/15/10 7:51 PM) Reply
Really nice jacket - especially love the neckline.
Sheila457 said... (6/15/10 7:35 PM) Reply
Lovely jacket and must check my New Look pattern stash.
Paris75008 said... (6/15/10 4:44 PM) Reply
That's one pretty jacket. Tres chic! Hmm, I'll have to put it on my wishlist. My pattern stash is growing because of your lovely sewing projects!
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