Added Mar 10, 2013
I’m a long time admirer of Sewaholic patterns, but this is my first time actually sewing one up. I got a little carried away with modifications, but I think this is a great pattern. As a pear-shaped lady, I am very appreciative of Tasia’s pattern sizing. I used a wool coating for the outer fabric (which is heavier than this pattern recommends) and a flannel for the lining. More details on my blog: http://errantpear.blogspot.com/2013/03/finished-minoru.html
wool coating, cotton flannel, bemberg rayon (to line sleeves)
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