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Reviewed by:KathB

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Posted on:2/27/13 7:25 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular Petite 

Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 8 people   
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KathB said... (2/28/13 5:03 PM) Reply
I loved the Ascot when it was first out, but I like the Paris sooo much more!
Knitz said... (2/28/13 4:03 PM) Reply
Very nice! I'm just finishing up her Ascot jacket, but now wish I had done this one instead -- really like the princess lines.
Michele Lommasson said... (2/28/13 11:36 AM) Reply
I love your jacket. It certainly fits well, and the fabric seems perfect. I am going to have to get the pattern!
redside said... (2/28/13 10:55 AM) Reply
You look really great in this jacket. I love the way you have styled it!
dolcevita said... (2/28/13 6:47 AM) Reply
A perfect casual jacket - the linen really enhances the look, too. Very nice.
mm said... (2/27/13 9:46 PM) Reply
I think her patterns are great and your version looks lovely.
atymonw said... (2/27/13 9:46 PM) Reply
Super flattering!
Amanda.Claire said... (2/27/13 9:17 PM) Reply
Great looking jacket! I love the fabric too.
poppykettle said... (2/27/13 8:48 PM) Reply
I love the concept of this pattern, and even more so when you mentioned the fast finishing with RTW techniques! I might have to try this myself :)
KathB said... (2/27/13 8:20 PM) Reply
Elona... go for it. The pattern envelope shows the jacket in "fancy" fabric, but with a casual lifestyle, I've loved my version.
Elona said... (2/27/13 8:18 PM) Reply
What an adorable little jacket! I have the pattern, and I can see that baby needs to be made up.
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