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Plaza Jacket (Plaza Jacket)
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Wow - love the outfit - it really does go well together!
2/9/05 0:01 AM
2/9/05 5:38 AM
2/9/05 5:49 AM
2/9/05 6:14 AM
Outstanding!!!!! Great look and terrific fabric! A++++++
2/9/05 6:20 AM
I'm not sure which of the two sides I like better - both are beautiful! This jacket is a great look for you.
2/9/05 7:55 AM
Wow, that really looks great. Do you think there is anyway to size down the jacket to not overwealm a very petite person?
2/9/05 8:54 AM
I just love this combination Ann. I also loved your pics on sewing world showing your wearable art entries. They provided a unique showcase in a beautiful setting for your artistic gifts. Thank you for your inspiration.
2/9/05 9:35 AM
Beautiful! Your jacket looks much better than the pattern photo. And the pin is a nice touch. (The pattern is too pricey for me though.)
2/9/05 10:14 AM
Beautiful, great job; nice review! Looks great with the skirt too!
2/9/05 10:24 AM
Neat that's reversible. You may be only 5'3" but the capes, long skirts, and artistic tops you make give you the illusion of more height. A good lesson for other petites, like myself.
2/9/05 10:44 AM
I love the fabric combinations - just perfect!
2/9/05 11:42 AM
Another beautiful creation and great review.
2/9/05 4:22 PM
your garments are a source of pure joy and inspiration to view. What a wonderful eye you have in marrying fabric to pattern choices. Can you tell me how you finished the edges so beautifully on that sweater knit fabric?
2/9/05 4:59 PM
I always admire your beautiful taste in patterns, fabric and combinations. I am in the middle of knitting a sweater simular to yours. Hope it comes out as well as yours.
2/10/05 0:14 AM
2/10/05 0:39 AM
Thank you all. It is so wonderful to hear from you. Drsue, it would be possible to narrow the sides for less fullness. That would make the sleeves shorter but you could lengthen them if you want. It would change the style somewhat but what the heck. Also using a really drapey fabric like this sweater knit makes it better (compare to the more volume of the linen version). Bonnie, the edges were finished by turning under and topstitching with a miter at the corners.
2/10/05 1:23 AM
Smart, stylish...can I say more! Looks like another for my list.
2/10/05 6:14 AM
As usual, your work is inspirational. I always look forward to reading your reviews.
2/10/05 6:45 AM
Very inspiring. You look adorable in this pretty top.
2/10/05 1:23 PM
Ann: love this on you, and can't get over that it's reversible: don't you love the little surprises we sometimes get in sewing? Your fabric choices are great: both the knitted and woven versions. Great use of this pattern, which I've also made more than once. Totally stylish and never out of style. Beautiful on you, as usual.
2/10/05 2:17 PM
Ann, The whole outfit looks great. The style really suits you!
2/10/05 3:21 PM
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Gorgeous outfit, Ann. You make such beautiful things. I would love to sneak a peek into your closet!
2/10/05 7:57 PM
Very nice outfit.
2/12/05 7:09 PM
The sweater knit worked beautifully in this pattern. Thanks! I'm going to get this pattern and give it a try in a woven fabric, possibly linen.
6/24/05 10:38 AM
Your garment is wonderful. I've made this before too, but my problem was that there was too much fullness under the arm, i.e., it dropped too much. I'd like to make this again using a lightweight silk dupioni, only this time I'd like to take some inches out of the front and back in the shoulder area, and leave the sleeve attachment alone. Do you think this will affect the overall design. Also, in the area of fabric I have some very, very nice tan silk gaberdine that I'm considering for this ensemble. Do you think that would be too heavy to use? Looking forward to having your input. Wanda
6/16/06 6:25 PM
Great new jacket.
3/3/09 7:04 AM
3/3/09 9:11 AM
Elegant ~ 'nuff said.
3/3/09 11:22 AM
Fantastic. Why don't I have this pattern yet? Loved rereading your previous reviews on this pattern and of course the update. LOL about all the different hairdos.
3/3/09 12:29 PM
Each of your jacket versions is stunning, as is each of the pieces featured in your updated Review. You have such a distinctive and individual style that I'm certain I could pick you out a crowd in Times Square. Words are inadequate. Lovely, Lily
3/3/09 2:14 PM
gGorgeous outfit, Ann!
3/3/09 6:49 PM
Wow! What a surprise when you click on the small picture and this gorgeous outfit appears. Love the colors.
3/3/09 9:51 PM
stunning, gorgeous elegant. You are a fashion plate Ann!
3/4/09 2:16 AM
It is so difficult to say which one I prefer. The las one is made with such a beautiful fabric, I like colour coordination. I love the simple sleek chic look of it. Fantastic again ! Still, I wonder how you can wear all those garments.
3/4/09 10:44 PM
What a fabulous fabric to bring back from Africa. And what an interesting process of weaving and dyeing of the fabric. The Plaza Jacket was the perfect pattern choice and the fabric design layout on the diagonal is very striking....and your necklace is beautiful!
11/5/10 0:32 AM
Ann it is wonderful.
11/5/10 3:07 AM
An absolutely stunning piece of fabric. You chose the perfect pattern for it. Hmmm. I wish I had asked you to bring something back for me.:)
11/5/10 4:52 AM
Love this latest version. What a wonderful design sensibility you have.
11/5/10 6:45 AM
Beautiful jacket! A perfect pattern choice for it, too! It looks wonderful. Enjoy wearing it.
11/5/10 7:17 AM
Ann this is one of those projects that even though it was difficult to sew turns out so beautiful all can be forgiven. It is stunning - I do know about mud cloth - have avoided sewing it like the plague so good for you launching into this project and coming out a winner in every way
11/5/10 8:53 AM
The mudcloth is incredible and what a nice reminder for years to come of your trip.
11/5/10 10:49 AM
What a unique and stunning garment! Your perseverance with the difficulties of this fabric really paid off.
11/5/10 11:30 AM
Great use of this unique fabric. I love the Plaza Jacket on you (wish it looked half so good on me, but alas...).
11/5/10 8:54 PM
Another glorious, dramatic jacket --this one with such a great origin.
11/6/10 4:44 PM
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