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Pattern Reviews> New Look> 6035 (Misses' Separates)

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Reviewed by:Lori9999

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Posted on:12/22/12 11:30 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 5 people   
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quathy said...
This is really cute! I have this pattern and have been wanting to make it up. I love the idea of making it up in a knit - did you have to do anything to reduce bulk in the collar seams?
12/23/12 0:50 AM
valkyrie01 said...
wonderful jacket! It is a lovely slim cut and suits your figure type perfectly!
12/23/12 0:52 AM
2 Airedales n Me said...
It sure turned out well. Looks fun and casual. I like the idea of a knit jacket - sounds comfortable.
12/23/12 1:01 AM
cleverkitty said...
Lovely jacket you made and you were reading my mind, I bought this pattern too and my intention was to make it from a knit. Great idea Lori9999 :)
12/23/12 9:26 AM
RadarRadiance said...
Cute jacket on you!!! Fabric and fit excellent!
12/23/12 10:41 AM
Lori9999 said...
Thanks for the positive comments everyone. It's nice when a pattern works the first time! Quathy, I didn't do anything special with the collar seams - just graded (layered) and off-set them (ie: one seam allowance pressed toward collar and the other pressed toward the jacket. The knit I used is a medium/heavy weight, and there is a bit of bulk, but not bad, or uncomfortable. I did cut a size smaller, as the knit did not need the "ease" like a woven fabric would. Now if I could just figure out a better way to attach the collar ...
12/23/12 11:38 PM
Sherry Art said...
So cute! Amazing that your "muslin" turned out so well. The knit and the print works so well. You seem very skilled at getting a good fit too.
1/19/13 3:24 AM
MrsCharisma said...
This is a really nice jacket!!
7/20/13 1:52 PM
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