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Esther Cardigan

Added Dec 4, 2007

by gilap

Somwhere, United...

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Description

Well, this is my Esther and I’m not sure I like it. I think it looks best on slimmer people, because it emphasizes all the “bad” areas. So if you’re worried about the size of you behind (like I am), sew at you peril ;-).
The later stage of the instructions were terrible. It took me ages to figure out what exactly I had to do.

Material Notes

No idea – ribbed synthetics, I presume

Difficulty

Novice

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    Aug 17, 2013, 09.54 PMby ndimi

    Maybe if you nipped in the waist area, it would help? I mean, put a “dart” into the side seams so you get a definite nip in the waist? The bones of this jacket are good, the front and the styling look good, its just the back is a bit boxy looking.

    You probably tried all that though. :)

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Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//projects/esther-cardigan