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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 11-2008-123 

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wimmie said... (9/11/13 7:06 PM) Reply
what a great as well as sharp piece of workmanship. yes, please enjoy this for years to come.
margy.64 said... (9/11/13 7:26 AM) Reply
I am in awe. This coat is just fantastic. So many special details and your sewing is impeccable.
QuiltSewSewSue said... (9/11/13 4:14 AM) Reply
Great job Sharon!
Sharon48 said... (9/11/13 1:12 AM) Reply
I do believe you should raise your skill level to advanced, girl! This is wonderfully made and a work of art!! Very inspiring!!!
2 Airedales n Me said... (9/11/13 0:06 AM) Reply
My goodness this is amazing! Your coat is not only fabulous on you but thinking about all the extras you put into it is mind-boggling. Burda should be asking you to write the instructions! Wonderful coat. J-e-a-l-o-u-s!!!
Dilliander said... (9/10/13 11:47 PM) Reply
Super fantastic Sharon! You have incorporated so many impressive and stylish details, both outside and in. The designer fabric is gorgeous, the colour tdf and your pattern changes are perfect -- its a truly fabulous coat in every way :)
Sew Passionista said... (9/10/13 9:24 PM) Reply
An absolutely fabulous coat. It looks like a very expensive coat you would buy in an exclusive boutique.
treefrog said... (9/10/13 5:16 PM) Reply
Fantastic! I like the changes you made to the pattern and those extra touches - like the ribbon to keep the pockets in place.
cleverkitty said... (9/10/13 4:53 PM) Reply
I love your trench it's a work of art, weights to the hem I forget they can be used for more then home dec. great idea. Really outstanding coat :)
tsedai said... (9/10/13 12:59 PM) Reply
This looks awesome!
61sew4fun said... (9/10/13 12:23 PM) Reply
All the zipper details and hardware is right on trend, you look very stylish. Well done!
persevering said... (9/10/13 10:09 AM) Reply
Wow!!! Congratulations!
persevering said... (9/10/13 10:09 AM) Reply
Wow!!! Congratulations!
jenleeC said... (9/10/13 8:27 AM) Reply
What a fantastic job! All your lovely details give your trench a very professional finish.
Anne Cherry said... (9/10/13 8:02 AM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous Sharon! Thanks for sharing all the great details of how you made this masterpiece! Can't wait to see it IRL...(though I can wait a while longer for the rain....)
Jstarr4250 said... (9/10/13 7:18 AM) Reply
What a marvel of construction techniques and style! Congratulations on this beautiful coat that you will wear for years!
mm said... (9/10/13 6:19 AM) Reply
This is so impressive. I love all the details. The sewing is excellent and the coat looks great. Now all we need is some rain.
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