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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 2762 (Misses jacket in two lengths with sleeve variations and tie )

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Posted on:3/18/12 2:13 AM
Last Updated:3/18/12 2:17 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 7 people   
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Kuby said... (3/29/12 8:16 PM) Reply
Love this jacket. It looks comfortable and warm. Love the fabric
snaffles said... (3/24/12 4:12 AM) Reply
I would never had looked twice at this pattern before seeing your beautiful jacket. Great match of fabric to pattern for a retro feel.
bananaoil said... (3/20/12 10:34 PM) Reply
So pretty.
fauxgetaboutit said... (3/20/12 12:27 PM) Reply
I agree, your jacket should be on the pattern cover! Great job! Love the tuck detail in the back as well as the bias yokes! Looks retro in a very updated way!
LynnG said... (3/19/12 12:43 PM) Reply
You did a beautiful job on your shirt/jacket. Love the plaid and the bias cuts. Your shirt/jacket looks so much nicer than those on the pattern envelope.
washer_woman said... (3/19/12 12:09 PM) Reply
Such a lovely jacket! I really like the way you used the plaid!
Annette1 said... (3/19/12 0:18 AM) Reply
Now THAT is what I call a BEAUTIFUL jacket. :o) You've taken this pattern to a whole 'nother level, or UNIVERSE -- ha! You also make me want to make a trip to our Pendleton outlet. It's about 100 miles from me, in Nebraska City. My mother-in-law and I used to go on a regular basis, but it's been a LONG time. Who knows, they may even have THIS fabric. :o) GORGEOUS!
Kathy in NM said... (3/18/12 6:12 PM) Reply
This is gorgeous. It looks so comfy as well. You are lucky to be able to buy such lovely fabric at Pendleton, and outlet prices!
carolynw said... (3/18/12 4:25 PM) Reply
Great looking jacket and you did a fantastic job with the plaid - I really love this jacket so must get the pattern
marec said... (3/18/12 12:21 PM) Reply
Oh, this is perhaps the nicest jacket I have seen ever!! Gorgeous work and beautiful fabric. added: I pinned this on Pinterest for fall sewing.
21wale said... (3/18/12 10:34 AM) Reply
Very nice jacket, and beautifully made!
Claverie said... (3/18/12 8:59 AM) Reply
Beautiful. Love the plaid.
GoodbyeValntino said... (3/18/12 8:28 AM) Reply
Thank you for introducing me to this jacket! Yours is very good looking!
Huntwoman said... (3/18/12 8:18 AM) Reply
It's gorgeous, you did fabulous work on this. Love it.
Ripple Dandelion said... (3/18/12 7:11 AM) Reply
What a lovely use of such beautiful fabric! Your jacket is so classic and so wonderfully made.
kikismama said... (3/18/12 3:23 AM) Reply
It looks great, even better than the ones on the pattern envelope. Makes me want to try this pattern.
Jrhee said... (3/18/12 2:53 AM) Reply
Ooh, looks so soft and warm!
SewWil said... (3/18/12 2:31 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket! You did a great job with the plaid.
 
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