Added Oct 24, 2010
This jacket is made with wool and has not any linings. Every seam is ironed apart and quilted. I’ve bought the main patterns at www.schnittquelle.de. Afterwards I recognised, that the sleeves are mich too narrow, so that I would not be able to wear a pullover beneath. I had to alter the the back of the jacket too. Instead using darts in let someone pitching at my own back directly.
The priorities for the selection of the fabric was: It has to keep me warm, it should be easy to process, and it should be almost resistant to water. My collegues like it very much.
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