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Pattern Reviews> Patrones Magazine> september 2004 pattern#79 (Chaqueta Jocavi)

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Posted on:12/24/04 3:11 AM
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Muria said... (1/4/06 3:44 PM) Reply
That's an awesome jacket! I want one. :)
Mlle Laura said... (3/2/05 3:26 PM) Reply
I'm I huge fan of Patrones magazine. Their patterns are really up to date and fashionable and I've often seen identical garments in the shops. (In no. 223, sept. 2004 there are designs from Chanel, Prada, Dolce and Gabbana, Mango and KookaÏ, to name but a few!). Unlike Burda magazine, which often has a number of variations on the same theme, each pattern in Patrones is unique. There can be up to 104 or so patterns in one edition! All for the measly price of 4.20€ (in Spain). I haven't bought a 'proper' pattern for years as they seem really overpriced and old-fashioned in comparison. More people should know about it! Visit their publisher's site at:
Georgene said... (12/26/04 4:19 PM) Reply
Great use of contrasting fabric, I love the way it defines the silhouette. Excellent work, and I'm sure you can adjust that rating right now!
Danvillegirl said... (12/26/04 1:02 PM) Reply
Lovely jacket. Like the contrasting blues.
Susan C said... (12/26/04 10:13 AM) Reply
I love this jacket! You did a great job. You definitely need to change your rating. Umm, so how does one get the pattern?
Nancy Anne said... (12/25/04 4:34 PM) Reply
Very impressive! The first thing I said when I opened the picture rating was "Wow!". I love the contrasting fabrics- you have a knack for vision.
Agnes said... (12/25/04 9:27 AM) Reply
Wow, thanks for the compliments! And Joan, I'll consider upping my rating if the Karl Lagerfeld pattern that Santa brought me works out! Now, about showing back and front in the same picture is quite easy. You just open both pictures in an image editing program (photoimpact, paintshop pro or whatever you are using). Crop and size the pictures so they are the same size. Now open a new (blanc) image. Copy and paste both front and back image to the new one. Save and you're done. I hope I explained it alright, it sounds more complicated then it is....just holler if you I you want to know more.
Eli said... (12/24/04 11:37 PM) Reply
Hi! Vry nice jacket! I have to agree with Joan that showing the front and back view together is great and just like her will ask how you do it.
Modiste Madness said... (12/24/04 9:07 PM) Reply
Well done! You have a great jacket.
joan said... (12/24/04 12:30 PM) Reply
Very nice! I think you should up your rating from a beginner. By the way I like that you showed both the front and back views in the same picture. Is it complicated to do that?
Mary Stiefer said... (12/24/04 10:33 AM) Reply
Beautifully done.
SewVeryTall said... (12/24/04 6:22 AM) Reply
Very pretty, nice looks like it's made from suede.
jlg said... (12/24/04 5:53 AM) Reply
Cool jacket, very unique.
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