Added Jan 13, 2014
There are so many great ideas and you only have two hands and a limited time for sewing. How to pick an item to sew, a style to follow and a designer to copy? Sometimes the best solution is being practical and combining…
That’s exactly what I did with this jacket. I used a shape and structure of an Alexander McQueen jacked and styled it like Chanel.
The jacket is vaguely based on the infamous Nora dress pattern and the military jacket I made years ago.
Read more on my blog Stepalica.
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