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Crossover Blazer

Added May 13, 2014

by melongrowergirl

Vienna, Austria

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Description

My first blazer.
New technique with this kind of buttonsholes.
Its is easy to wear and I’m proud of putting so many pieces together.
I little hand-sewing was involved for the buttons-holes and those many buttons.

Added a lablel with my first letter, also for hanging the blazer on a wardrobe.

Material Notes

Outside: Linen
Inside: Cotton silk mixture

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Jacket/Blazer

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    Feb 7, 2016, 05.18 PMby EnglishCountryGarden

    Hi, I bought this pattern but there are no instructions, can you tell me where to find them please? You have done an amazing job with your project.

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    May 14, 2014, 10.02 PMby gimmeonekiss

    oohhh! I love your design! I’m wondering about making a similar jacket but i don’t know if I’m able to draft an asymmetrical pattern.. It’s tought, isn’t it??

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      May 15, 2014, 07.34 AMby melongrowergirl

      I’d no other experience with blazer patterns, so drafting an aysmmetrical was not that hard. I just took the burda pattern with no aliterations.
      Give it a try, it is really special!
      Good Success! :-)

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    May 14, 2014, 01.11 AMby Deirdre Cunningham

    Really beautiful jacket, very well done.

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