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Reviewed by:Gail S

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Posted on:2/15/05 1:48 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 3 people   
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Steffie said... (2/20/05 12:09 PM) Reply
Actually, I think your jacket looks even better than the pattern envelope! Great job. It looks very professional.
marjenann said... (2/17/05 4:23 PM) Reply
Superb look!! I have this jacket cut out and now I am ready to get started!!! Thanks!
Diane E said... (2/16/05 10:07 AM) Reply
Gail, thanks for your review. Your jacket is very pretty and will likely be one you reach for again and again. I had forgotten all about this pattern and your comment about sizing will help me measure carefully so that I don't end up with a too big wadder, too.
Nancy Anne said... (2/16/05 6:59 AM) Reply
You did a lovely job on this jacket. It looks like a great wardrobe stretcher!
Dixielynn said... (2/15/05 11:59 PM) Reply
can these patterns be so easy as people say.? will they work for middle aged people with larger proportions?
CarolynGM said... (2/15/05 7:51 PM) Reply
Wow. Your jacket is lovely. This pattern tempts me -- it just looks so simple, yet elegant.
Gail S said... (2/15/05 6:54 PM) Reply
Hi Marijo, it can be worn both ways. The cut of the front isn't really that low. That is one reason why I went down a size. When I made the small, it was to low for me. The sleeves are kind of tight but a tank top or sleeveless type shirt would work.
mjrsew said... (2/15/05 6:36 PM) Reply
Dumb question. What do you wear under this jacket? Does it require a top for modesty? Will it fit over a top? Thanks Marijo
Liana said... (2/15/05 4:26 PM) Reply
Isn't this a great pattern? It's one of my favorites too. Really nice job.
BjP said... (2/15/05 3:46 PM) Reply
Lovely design and very pretty fabric. I bet you will really get complements when wearing this!
tigger said... (2/15/05 2:44 PM) Reply
Yes I think it looks great - very RTW and I'd love to see you wearing it. Great job!
PhyllisC said... (2/15/05 1:59 PM) Reply
Wow - this looks like it came off the rack of Loes Hinse' shop! Love the fabric.
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