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Reviewed by:sewingsilly

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Posted on:1/19/13 10:55 AM
Last Updated:1/30/13 8:31 PM
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sewingsilly said... (2/6/13 7:47 PM) Reply
Thanks again for all the additional compliments!! I appreciate it so much.
StudioCherie said... (2/4/13 4:45 PM) Reply
This review really shows off the versatility of this simple pattern. Love both of your versions. Inspires me to make something similar for myself. Best of luck in the contest. Congratulations on your great entry.
Baja Susana said... (2/3/13 4:18 AM) Reply
Both jackets turned out very nicely. The lavender lace is my favorite, and your hearts in the back are adorable!
msschiel said... (2/2/13 8:15 AM) Reply
This is gorgeous! I have this pattern, but can't figure out which material to use first. I would love to make one in Eyelet lace for Easter, hoping it is warm enough!
LynnG said... (2/1/13 10:20 AM) Reply
Your lace version is so beautiful. The casual girl in me loves the chambray too!
Jacqui315 said... (1/31/13 10:26 AM) Reply
The lining up of the stripes is perfect and especially so on the binding!
Quickie said... (1/31/13 1:07 AM) Reply
The lace soft and feminin and now this sporty version . Great job
Jacqui315 said... (1/29/13 0:57 AM) Reply
I absolutely love the fabric but it's the symmetrical placement of the design on the lace that makes it amazing!
sewingsilly said... (1/21/13 9:32 AM) Reply
Thank you All for the nice remarks! Renren: This lace was a sample cut from when I worked as a textile designer/drafter. I'm sorry I wouldn't know where to look to find it.
Eva Suzanne said... (1/21/13 7:39 AM) Reply
Very pretty & beautifully made !
Pj3g said... (1/20/13 9:16 AM) Reply
Very pretty and feminine!
renren said... (1/19/13 11:48 AM) Reply
Lovely--and I now understand what fussy cut means. Love that reverse binding finish you did with the ribbon from JAF. The hearts at CB seam are pure serendipity. I guess by rigid lace, it means there is no stretch. Do you happen to remember where you purchased the lace? Online, I'm hoping! Love it.
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