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Pattern Reviews> Oliver + S> OS009SB (Sunday Brunch Jacket)

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Posted on:8/31/13 7:37 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 5 people   
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Deepika said... (11/25/13 4:58 PM) Reply
Your jacket is beautiful. I love the bias trim.
Adaire said... (9/28/13 5:11 PM) Reply
Beautiful job! I have a needle board now but before I had one, I used to press velveteen on a very thick Turkish towel and that worked great.
HolleyM said... (9/2/13 8:03 AM) Reply
I love it. You did a great job. I also love that I can click on the photo and it enlarges to show it and your other photos very clearly. I also like the bias trim used to finish the edges.
fattyboomboom said... (9/1/13 8:38 PM) Reply
Gorgeous! Those buttonholes are fantastic, and the bias trim certainly does complement the velveteen. Aren't those O & S patterns awesome?
Pj3g said... (9/1/13 1:52 PM) Reply
Wow, the jacket looks like an expensive RTW one! I love it!
Morisot said... (8/31/13 11:10 PM) Reply
Beautiful jacket. Nice review.
marycds said... (8/31/13 10:45 PM) Reply
So wonderful I've made this too but I really like your fabric- looks so rich.
SheBear0320 said... (8/31/13 9:14 PM) Reply
Your jacket is gorgeous -- and the velveteen makes it look very elegant (and expensive). Great job.
BE3 said... (8/31/13 8:41 PM) Reply
Thanks! I had a lot of fun making this jacket.
J Wo said... (8/31/13 6:47 PM) Reply
This is beautiful. The velveteen makes this adorable jacket look expensive!
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