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Posted on:11/13/12 12:31 PM


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ggf2005 said...
Beautiful!
11/13/12 4:24 PM
Sewiing Sue said...
The mix of fabrics and the detailing combine to produce a very snazzy jacket. Great craftsmanship. Good photos, too. Thanks.
11/13/12 4:50 PM
marjenann said...
Wow!!! What an amazing jacket! You will have many years of enjoyment and compliments!
11/13/12 6:28 PM
sew2little said...
This is a great jacket, a great ensemble. Your combination of fabrics is truly inspired.
11/13/12 10:17 PM
ArtAttack said...
What a beautiful jacket! Truly timeless and you'll have it forever...great job
11/14/12 0:16 AM
ChristmasHills said...
What a lovely jacket. A great review also, thanks for all the helpful tips on how you went about construction.
11/14/12 3:20 AM
KD in ATL said...
Really great! I love your fabric combination.
11/14/12 10:44 PM
cocosloft said...
Love your jacket and jeans! Beautiful work and great fabric choices.
11/15/12 1:00 AM
aqn said...
My sis-in-law hit it out of the park again! I love the fabrics combo: great combo of colors and textures and weights. They work very well together. Piping the linings/facing boundary is always a classy/couture touch. Re. the ease in the sleeve caps: I bet the problem with easing the sleeve caps is directly related to it being cut 90' from how it should have been cut. Normally, it'd be the weft yarns (cross-wise yarns) that you'd be easing, not the warp (length-wise) yarns. I think the warp yarns are under more tension when the fabric is woven, having longer runs and being pulled from spools, so there is always less stretch in them than the warp yarns. The stretch in the warp yarns makes it easier to ease along their length than the warp yarns.
12/28/12 10:58 AM
 
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