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Posted on:10/22/13 6:26 PM
Last Updated:10/28/13 6:51 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 4 people   
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Barbara V said... (10/30/13 12:45 PM) Reply
Lovely work throughout! It looks beautiful on you!
MaryDB said... (10/29/13 0:18 AM) Reply
Looks wonderful on you. Nice work.
Judy Kski said... (10/28/13 3:05 PM) Reply
Stunning jacket! Love your lining.
KarlaB said... (10/23/13 9:42 PM) Reply
Beautiful Jacket!! I would love to learn it if there is a trick to getting the lining "windows" for bound buttonholes lined up.
jlg said... (10/23/13 5:29 AM) Reply
Beautiful workmanship.
KathleenS said... (10/23/13 3:40 AM) Reply
Looks great.
sunnysewer said... (10/23/13 0:45 AM) Reply
very lovely
Adventurer said... (10/22/13 9:10 PM) Reply
Beautiful, inspiring! Kudos on learning and acing bound buttonholes.
Immelu said... (10/22/13 8:09 PM) Reply
That's PERFECT!!!!!!!!
Quickie said... (10/5/13 11:37 PM) Reply
I think your jacket is fine for the wedding.have a nice day
JuliN said... (9/20/13 7:48 PM) Reply
The fit looks perfect!
sewingcanary said... (9/20/13 3:22 PM) Reply
This is destined to be a knockout, especially with bound buttonholes. You mentioned tapering the sleeve. For the most part, I think the method has been abandoned, but with slim sleeves they used to add a dart or two at elbow level which gives the sleeve a natural bend. 2 days ago I discovered a pattern making book in my stash - original publishing date 1968. The darted sleeve was the simple version of getting the fit of a 2-piece sleeve. It would be too late now, but, if interested, it might be something to look into for the future. This will be a lovely jacket!
Dianne22 said... (9/19/13 11:15 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket going on there. The fit looks perfect on the dress form. Can't wait to see the finished product on you.
Paulapants said... (9/18/13 9:37 PM) Reply
Very, very nice! I love the style and details. You did a great job.
Immelu said... (9/18/13 9:32 PM) Reply
Looks gorgeous!
Skye said... (9/18/13 8:09 PM) Reply
very smart
Adaire said... (9/18/13 7:12 PM) Reply
Beautiful work! I think you need to move on to intermediate!
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