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Posted on:10/9/10 1:44 PM

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sewbehind said... (10/19/10 10:52 PM) Reply
What a great look. Inspired.
jewelsew said... (10/13/10 12:39 PM) Reply
Just beautiful. Great work!
Barbara V said... (10/11/10 10:21 AM) Reply
What a striking top and wonderful idea to utilize remnant pieces from previous projects. Well you're right....with the many seams, topstitching and ruching, this is a more involved project. You have done it exceptionally well!
SusiM said... (10/11/10 0:14 AM) Reply
Wow..brilliant idea to colorblock the back. It's striking!
addicted2fabric said... (10/10/10 11:52 PM) Reply
I love the way you've used two colours for this it looks fantastic. Is there any chance we could see a photo of the front please?
BlossomKyle said... (10/10/10 8:00 PM) Reply
WOW! That jacket is fabulous! I agree with soupdragon, MUCH nicer than the pattern by doing the shades of gray. Could also see lengthening this to a dress!
Leslie Bonner said... (10/10/10 7:29 PM) Reply
Wow, very creative fabric and pattern combination.
eugenia123 said... (10/10/10 5:33 PM) Reply
This is sooooo gorgeous! Your version far exceeds any expectations I had when just looking at the pattern envelope. You have made this jacket look incredibly stylish and your choice of fabrics for the back panels is inspired!
Tarrbaby said... (10/10/10 9:24 AM) Reply
Love this and the color blocked walk away fashion!
Rebecca D said... (10/10/10 9:02 AM) Reply
Fantastic looking jacket.
thirteenstitches said... (10/10/10 7:29 AM) Reply
Very artistic. Looks wonderful!
Terri A said... (10/10/10 3:51 AM) Reply
What a great jacket! Just love it!
lynne1nor said... (10/10/10 0:12 AM) Reply
Wow that is an amazing looking jacket! I would never have thought of using different colors in the back but it looks fabulous. Nice job!
renren said... (10/9/10 10:27 PM) Reply
OH, I love it! I did not realize the sleeves are ruched. Very, very, very nice. I want to wear it on a dog walk when it gets colder!!! I want to sew this, but I fear many alterations.
mendospot said... (10/9/10 9:05 PM) Reply
I love it.
Elona said... (10/9/10 8:48 PM) Reply
Mary, what a knockout jacket. Wow.
aunt saidee said... (10/9/10 8:36 PM) Reply
Love it!
AnitaJJ said... (10/9/10 8:12 PM) Reply
Wow. This is spectacular... the many tones of gray. Very impressive.
Athene said... (10/9/10 4:13 PM) Reply
Very nice top - a lot of work but shows so well.
carolynw said... (10/9/10 3:43 PM) Reply
Beautiful - really beautiful
soupdragon said... (10/9/10 3:36 PM) Reply
This looks so lovely. So much nicer than on the pattern - the colour blocking is great!
marec said... (10/9/10 3:16 PM) Reply
Oh, that is so wonderful! The gray tones are perfect, and the drape , the hood...all of it is just lovely.
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