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Posted on:7/16/12 3:47 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 
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loti said... (7/18/12 1:35 PM) Reply
I love this on you, you'll get a lot of use out of it.
Annette1 said... (7/17/12 4:59 PM) Reply
Well, I guess AnnBa is better than AnnSm, which would be my maiden Klingon name. :o) Thanks!
CorgieMom said... (7/17/12 12:45 PM) Reply
Super, super cool! Interesting to take a pattern, remove lapel, change neckline...and, look how it was transformed! Nice
Barbara V said... (7/17/12 11:09 AM) Reply
Great fabric for this super cute jacket. Looks perfect as you say for your wardrobe needs.
JEF said... (7/17/12 8:39 AM) Reply
Really beautiful AND I learned about Klingon names:)
sfshaza said... (7/17/12 1:26 AM) Reply
lol. Thanks everyone! Annette, your Klingon name is AnnBa. It's the first 3 letters of your first name with the first 2 letters of your last name. It works better for some than others, though I like AnnBa. ;)
Annette1 said... (7/17/12 1:11 AM) Reply
I love what you've done with this pattern, and that FABRIC is to die for! You look FABULOUS -- AS ALWAYS. :o) Look how nice it looks in the back, too. Now, what I want to know is what is MY Klingon name?
Ann Smith said... (7/16/12 8:57 PM) Reply
This is a great look on you. Very cool. The jacket looks gorgeous.
marec said... (7/16/12 10:29 AM) Reply
I missed the snaps on my first look. I love everything about this jacket-I am sure you will wear it everywhere.
Jrhee said... (7/16/12 10:11 AM) Reply
GREAT jacket!
marthamyers said... (7/16/12 8:39 AM) Reply
Such a great jacket inside and out. And the perfect fabric for this addition to your wardrobe. Nicely done!
Amanda.Claire said... (7/16/12 7:05 AM) Reply
Your jacket is really nice! I really like this pattern without the lapels and the fabric is to die for!!
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