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Posted on:2/15/12 12:57 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 5 people   
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Sassy T said...
It looks absolutely fantastic. He looks suave.
2/15/12 2:42 PM
tigergirl said...
I really admire the fact that you can make a great looking suit jacket. Now that we've moved to warmer, more casual climes, tigerboy rarely has the need for one (once a fortnight as opposed to every day) so it's not a garment I ever intend to attempt (let alone master).
2/15/12 3:22 PM
allycovey said...
DH is a teacher and likes to wear them to school.
2/15/12 4:33 PM
velosewer said...
That's a great suit you've made.
2/15/12 9:22 PM
4u2cme said...
You did a great job on DH's jacket & vest. My DH has requested some pieces so I'm on the lookout for patterns and helpful tips. He looks great in his jacket and vest.
2/16/12 10:34 AM
JenSews2 said...
Looks great! nice job!
2/16/12 3:39 PM
Sew Whatever said...
This is really good. The fit is great on him. Looks like this might be a 'show respect' sort of teacher suit!
2/16/12 4:46 PM
ClaireEmily said...
Great work! Really impressive, what a great result!
2/17/12 12:22 PM
sew4real said...
Great job! Thanks for posting the jacket lining tutorial.
2/17/12 2:46 PM
margk said...
Fantastic work!
2/17/12 3:49 PM
Deepika said...
What a sharp jacket. Thanks for reviewing.
2/23/12 4:00 PM
fuzzygalore said...
You did a really good job on that. Unfortunate that it seems to be a big secret that he's interested in what he wears and that you discuss it :-).. Id' recommend the no-name tutorial on fashion-incubator.com for better lining bagging directions. And from the side view, are you doing an upper back adjustment? That might be more effective than a front adjustment (I need them too, that's how I can spot them..). Congratulations!
2/24/12 11:20 AM
 
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