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Zirkus meets MJ

Added Oct 17, 2010

by redredhoodie

Berlin, Germany

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Description

This is a little cropped blazer I’ve made last year. I used Burdas december issue, pattern ’#107. The velvet and the beaded epaulets remind me of a crossover of a tamer-jacket and something Michael Jackson would have worn.

I blogged about it here: katarinasellsseashells.blogspot.com/2010/10/zircus-meets-mj.html

Material Notes

cotton velvet, beads, padding, old blouse

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Jacket/Blazer
Style
Military, Rock, Vintage
Material
Blends, Velvet

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    Dec 20, 2010, 02.31 PMby yolimba

    Was für ein toller Blazer! So einen will ich auch, der Samt passt so gut zu diesem Schnitt. Großartig.

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    Oct 18, 2010, 02.22 AMby marloncosta

    This is a beautiful jacket! Very edgy! You added so much “coolness” to this jacket by adding details like the lining with animal print and the embroidery!

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      Oct 18, 2010, 06.42 AMby redredhoodie

      Thanks, the lining is fun. I usually go for solid colors but this was actually a blouse from my mom that I’ve just sewn in. A very easy and time saving method.

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    Oct 17, 2010, 10.54 PMby kelepso

    What a beautiful jacket. I like the lining and the embellishments. I also really like the presentation in the first photo. I’ve never seen velvet look so nice.

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      Oct 18, 2010, 06.41 AMby redredhoodie

      Thank you, I just found out this weekend how to work with my image editing software. I plan on doing it this way all the time.

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      Oct 18, 2010, 02.00 PMby kelepso

      What’s the name of the software?

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      Oct 18, 2010, 04.28 PMby redredhoodie

      It’s called paint.net and (at least the german version) a freeware. It’s not too complicated and there are a ton of tutorials online.

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      Oct 18, 2010, 10.42 PMby kelepso

      Thank you for the information. I will check it out and good luck using it.

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