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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 08-2011-117 (Cardigan)

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Posted on:9/5/12 5:27 AM


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LouiseT said... (7/30/14 8:04 PM) Reply
Thanks for the review and especially as yours is not a knit. I have some fabric similar to yours and will try it with this one now.
Levone said... (9/6/12 10:35 AM) Reply
Lovely jacket! Thanks for the reminder about this pattern as I put it on my 'To Do' list when the magazine came out but never got to it.
cocosloft said... (9/6/12 9:38 AM) Reply
Love it! very chic, great color.
jennybaxt said... (9/6/12 5:51 AM) Reply
To answer peaudane's question about corners. First I serged the edge in one direction and left the threads hanging off the end. Then I did the edge that crossed with that. The loose edges from the first stitching get sliced off and I don't seem to have to do anything more there. This time I gently disentangled the chain from the end of the new stitching and just tied it in a knot, and obviously snipped all the threads off. I think this has worked well. It does look neat even close up. Last time I put fray stopper also on the ends, and will do that again if I see signs of unravelling.
sewtime said... (9/5/12 2:03 PM) Reply
Fantastic jacket!!
peaudane said... (9/5/12 1:55 PM) Reply
Great jacket! I'm curious, how do you finish off the corners on the serger so they look neat?
Amanda.Claire said... (9/5/12 8:20 AM) Reply
How pretty! Very nice to see this pattern made up in a different type of fabric from the pic.
Sewingelle said... (9/5/12 6:53 AM) Reply
This looks lovely. Comfortable and smart.
 
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