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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 12-2009-110 (Motorcycle jacket)

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Posted on:10/4/12 3:20 PM
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Review Rating: Very Helpful by 9 people   
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grey ann said... (10/5/12 3:58 PM) Reply
lovely!
Rhoda K said... (10/5/12 10:37 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket!
KD in ATL said... (10/5/12 10:09 AM) Reply
Beautiful!! And thanks so much for your blog links. It was really helpful to see your construction steps, especially the extra chest support. I haven't done that yet.
Clareew said... (10/5/12 8:00 AM) Reply
I've just looked on Amazon, the book has been updated in 2011, the newer version is much cheaper.
taylormade said... (10/5/12 7:49 AM) Reply
Wonderful review. Beautiful jacket, and wonderful technique. It is well worth all your work...and I agree with the zipper choice!
blue mooney said... (10/5/12 7:24 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket that fits you so well. Thank you for all your posts with details!
Maree P said... (10/5/12 7:03 AM) Reply
It is great to see this made up Sigrid. I love biker jackets and your choice of fabric really complements the 'toughness' of the design. Thanks for sharing your work Sigrid.
Margaret said... (10/5/12 6:42 AM) Reply
Great jacket -- looks like you've added nice structure to the fabric, and it's a very unique combination with the zipper detail and motorcycle look!
Sharonspils said... (10/5/12 2:53 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacekt and love all the detailed work you have done and so willingly shared with us.
Dilliander said... (10/5/12 0:09 AM) Reply
Such a stylish, beautifully made, high end boutique jacket. Its simply gorgeous!
velosewer said... (10/4/12 10:29 PM) Reply
Sigrid. Thank you for documenting your work. It's so helpful for visual people like me. Your jacket is clearly so well made.
Re Becca said... (10/4/12 7:33 PM) Reply
Beautiful! such a great fit, and your blog posts have been so helpful
style inspired said... (10/4/12 6:38 PM) Reply
Very nice work- it's a lovely jacket and fabric! It's a classic style- the zipper closure makes it motorcycle look. If I had need for a jacket this is one I would pick- shoulder princess seams, two piece sleeve, would be easy to use buttons instead of a zipper for a classic look.
Clareew said... (10/4/12 5:07 PM) Reply
Well done Sigrid, you have a wonderful take on the biker jacket.
chesneykat said... (10/4/12 5:03 PM) Reply
Very Nice. I like the way you used a traditional feminine fabric in an edgy silhouette.
 
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