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Mother's Day Jacket

Added May 7, 2008

by kathsavery

New Albany, Indi...

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Description

I needed a nice Jacket to wear for Mother’s Day cause I am going to a Tea! I didnt have enough fabric to make a whole sleve so I found a 2 peice sleave pattern from another pattern and made the sleaves.

Material Notes

I have no idea I got both peices at Goodwill for a 1$ a peice.

Difficulty

Novice

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    Apr 6, 2012, 04.00 PMby kstyled

    What a great jacket ! and lined beautifully !!!!

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    Aug 14, 2008, 03.09 PMby kathsavery

    Sorry It wont show the pattern that I used it was Simplicity 7074 view D

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    May 7, 2008, 04.53 PMby kallers

    I like the fabric and style! I thought (from viewing the 1st picture), that this jacket has a zipper because the lining peaks out a bit. You could edge stitch the chest and neck if you want to fully hide the lining.

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    May 7, 2008, 02.45 PMby Sandy Wilson

    This is a really cute jacket. I like the fabric. What pattern did you use

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