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COAT 107 B

Added Jan 27, 2008

by justjanet1951

Wisconsin, Wisco...






Inverted box pleats and a tulip shape add verve to this coat and underscore it’s slim cut. (taken from the description in the aug 2007 Burda World of Fashion )

Material Notes

Designer tapestry and silk lining.






The coat is in progress here. I photographed it to show my daughter how lovely the seams had matched in the back bodice and skirt. I made a self fabric belt with a n antique bronze pull through belt buckle and antique bronze buttons for the closures. It turned out well and my daughter has had many compliments . It was the first pattern from Burda that I have ever used. I LOVED making it !!! I made several things from this issue.

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    Jan 30, 2008, 02.43 AMby miss-g

    Superb job of matching the print – I’m so impressed. You must be very pleased with the result – well done!!

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    Jan 28, 2008, 10.04 AMby katedid

    Love the coat, and kudos on the matching of the print! Fabulous! Where did you find the brocade fabric used?

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    Jan 27, 2008, 09.12 PMby wendyxo

    I love how you have matched the fabric at the back.

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    Jan 27, 2008, 06.22 AMby debbic

    That is amazing! I really love it.

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