Added Jan 20, 2013
I want a red jacket ….
And I can give you a red substance, what do you think? ….
You have red fabric? Enough for a jacket?
Yes, it could be enough for a coat.
Oh great, I do not know what he is …. a few days later, my first question:
What do you say about this section?
Oh cool, then I can go with this coat with the bike to the university!
Something like it has happened, the jacket is ready. Tomorrow he will be sent.
The fabric is a gift to a friend, she knew that he is in good hands. It is a high quality costume loden.
It was supposed to be for me a classic winter pea jacket.
Well, there are other substances there, waiting for a nice and appropriate use.
The red coat is naturally lined with a red lining “of their choice”. Collar and hem got model of the beautiful quilting.
The jacket is closed with a two-way zipper, the zipper in red are “wrapped” separately. The zipper itself is inside “disguised” with this thin rain jacket material, so that when opened does not see any black mismatched strips of fabric.
There was no red partout in this length matching zipper.
But what the hell, it grows with his tasks.
Trachtenloden, Taftfutter, Vlieseline, Volumenvlies, 2-Wege-Reiverschlu, Nhgarn, Steppgarn
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