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Camouflaged Jacket

Added Oct 4, 2017

by Cristty47

Bogota, Colombia

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Description

I made this jacket following the instructions in the Cropped Denim Jacket Course.
I am a beginer and don’t have much experience sewing, but with patience and attention to the detail I could finish this beautiful jacket in 6 days.
It is made in Camuflage Printed midweight Drill.

Material Notes

Midweight Drill
Top Stitching thread
Water resistant taches
Hammer-on buttons

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Fall
For
Women
Garment Type
Jacket/Blazer
Style
Military, Casual
Material
Denim

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    Oct 7, 2017, 06.11 PMby Elpida Kyriakou

    This is awesome! You are no longer a beginner after this one…. Looking forward to your next project :-)

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      Oct 8, 2017, 06.40 PMby Cristty47

      Dear Elpida those words mean so much for me! Thank you so much! I will continue learning and sharing my journey. By the way you sew sooo beautiful!! All of you are my inspiration!

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    Oct 5, 2017, 08.51 PMby TeenyUK

    No-one in the world would believe you are only a beginner, looking at this. Well done on a brilliant make. I made the desert moto jacket recently so I know what labours of love these are!

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      Oct 6, 2017, 05.29 AMby Cristty47

      You are so sweet TeenyUK. Thank you very much for your comment. I really appretiate it! And it really makes me gain more confidence to continue learning.
      You’ve made the moto jacket? Wowww!! That is really beautiful. And it has even more complexity than this! Hope to see some pictures of your beautiful work!!

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    Oct 5, 2017, 12.49 PMby SurMesure

    Your jacket looks great, love all the details (pockets, buttons, topstitching)!

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      Oct 5, 2017, 02.05 PMby Cristty47

      Thank you so much SurMesure! I enjoyed so much the process that I got courage to make it again… as I am learning, I have made some notes to correct in my next project… like… I dont know why my sleeves where like 6 cms longer… and I had to cut them directly on the fabric…. next time I will correct this on the pattern. Thank you for your beautiful comment. Your opinion is very much appretiated!

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