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Posted on:7/11/10 11:32 PM
Last Updated:7/12/10 1:28 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 9 people   
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Kayseri said... (7/16/10 6:23 AM) Reply
Terrific looking coat.
Rebecca D said... (7/13/10 6:42 AM) Reply
Amazing work, I love this coat.
Barbara V said... (7/12/10 10:17 PM) Reply
Your intriguing trench coat is fabulous! I love the contrasting bias binding. Have fun at your ASG meeting!
Jane S said... (7/12/10 1:52 PM) Reply
Love what you did with that wonderful Fabric mart fabric. High fashion and very intriguing.
susiestitcher said... (7/12/10 1:25 PM) Reply
Your coat is so cool! And I love your sense of adventure, you spy you! Beautiful rendering of the trench coat - fun, and unique. You look amazing in the coat. Great job! Thanks for all the information, too.
sfshaza said... (7/12/10 1:05 PM) Reply
Thanks for the kind words, everyone! Dorothy, I plan to bring this coat to the ASG meeting on Friday. If you bring your Marcy Tilton and Zona jackets out of the same fabric, we can have a Vera Wang Scribble Print Fest. ;)
DorothyK said... (7/12/10 12:53 PM) Reply
Well I guess I'll have to make a trench now - essential for my life of intrigue.:) I love how you broke up the pattern with the black binding and belt. I just made a Zona jacket using the same fabric and never thought to edge it with contrasting binding. It would have looked much better. I agree that even if you don't intend to tie the belt, it looks great in the back. Thanks for this great review.
DaisyEsq said... (7/12/10 11:24 AM) Reply
Great review of a fantastic coat!
marthamyers said... (7/12/10 9:10 AM) Reply
Great review! Inspired me to make a trench. Love the James-Bond picture. Thanks for all the info.
Cathy Loves Fabric said... (7/12/10 1:19 AM) Reply
Beautiful coat and so nicely done. Thanks for all the pictures. Big help.
Tailypo said... (7/12/10 0:34 AM) Reply
Thanks for the detail shots -- it is very helpful seeing the comparison of the pocket sizes. I will keep my eyes open for you in your lovely jacket when I am in Fabrix ;)
 
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