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Miss Marple jacket

Added Mar 18, 2013

by Jezek

Oxford, United K...

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This jacket is based on ‘Tweed jacket’ pattern from ‘Blouses, robes et cie’ by Yoshiko Tsukiori just like my other ‘Japanese sewing inspired jacket’. As I was cutting the fabric I could not help but think of Miss Marple’s (by Agatha Christie) fashion and green lace for more ‘old fashion’ look.

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Material Notes

Tweed/wool

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    Mar 18, 2013, 04.22 PMby Mary Athey

    its lovely on you.i love the tartan. i bought some for a coat and i asked my daughter if it looked like miss marple fabric? she said no!! it looks like a picnic blanket lol. i hav’nt used it yet x

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      Mar 18, 2013, 06.58 PMby Jezek

      Thank you! Picnic blanket? I’m sure it would make a great coat. By the way, I’ve made jackets from blankets before – they are my favorite :-)

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      Mar 18, 2013, 08.53 PMby Mary Athey

      i’ve made coats out of curtains and quilt covers before so i’ll ignore what my daughter thinks of the fabric and make the coat lol x

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