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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 09-2008-129 (Shawl Collar Jacket)

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Posted on:12/5/10 3:46 PM
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ChristineX said... (12/10/10 2:36 PM) Reply
That is a beautiful all-around jacket!
kim*brown said... (12/9/10 2:07 PM) Reply
The fabric and fit are wonderful!
janet said... (12/7/10 11:45 AM) Reply
Your jacket is exquisite and you look fabulous in it. Your attention to detail is "mindbogeling"!
mochimo said... (12/7/10 9:57 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket!
Elizabeth made this said... (12/6/10 5:55 PM) Reply
Lovely jacket! You have so much patience to make jackets for yourself to wear months in advance!
Kellie R. said... (12/6/10 1:28 PM) Reply
Just gorgeous! As always, your garments are fabulous!
becca a said... (12/6/10 7:38 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket! Your sewing is so beautiful, and your fitting is impeccable.
kremmer said... (12/6/10 1:40 AM) Reply
Great jacket! You have done a lovely job - looks sharp!
CynthiaSue said... (12/6/10 0:34 AM) Reply
i agree very smart. truly lovely and classy. love that fabric!
Barbara V said... (12/6/10 0:13 AM) Reply
You've made a really nice jacket! Beautiful fabric and great fit. I love those BurdaStyle raglan sleeves and the overall style. Lovely work!
MNBarb said... (12/5/10 9:53 PM) Reply
You have made this jacket with perfection. It looks so good on you and look at you all in shape as a pot partum mom.
Lili123 said... (12/5/10 9:44 PM) Reply
super nice jacket, i would like to do topstitching as nice as yours :o)
1SewSweet said... (12/5/10 9:15 PM) Reply
Great jacket! Looks so good on you!
Catbird said... (12/5/10 8:51 PM) Reply
This jacket looks wonderful made up in that fabric. You've done a fantastic job, and I don't miss those welt pockets one bit!
mhk3boys said... (12/5/10 8:26 PM) Reply
Your jacket looks awesome and I agree with Miss33 that yours looks better than Burda.
Nancy K said... (12/5/10 7:38 PM) Reply
High quality wool suiting can be silky and smooth and not at all scratchy and if thin not all that warm. This is a lovely style on you and of course, beuatully made.
Hilary said... (12/5/10 7:19 PM) Reply
Your jacket came out beautifully!
Christas said... (12/5/10 6:47 PM) Reply
I'll bet you are having so much fun getting to wear all the pretty clothes you made while expecting. This jacket is so nice and looks great on you!
AnneMarie60 said... (12/5/10 5:37 PM) Reply
I'd say it was a good call to dispense with the welt pockets. The neutral color and easy style should serve you well as a wardrobe staple. Excellent job!
FreyaStark said... (12/5/10 4:51 PM) Reply
Very smart. Well done.
Miss33 said... (12/5/10 3:58 PM) Reply
What a lovely jacket! Your jacket looks so much better than the original Burda!
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