Monday, August 31, 2009

Would you like this one?


A reversible jacket with tie front closure. I used anti-pill fleece for the floral side and quilter's cotton for the dot side. I intended to use fleece for both, but couldn't find the coordinates I wanted.
For my test version, I made a white unlined waist length jacket. I used the serger to finish the edges and a piece of ribbon to cover the collar seam. It will be a great replacement for the white cardigan sweater I usually buy every year for curly.
This jacket can be made with 3 layers of fleece for more warmth, or a light weight cotton and short sleeves to go over a sun dress.

5 comments:

  1. This looks very pretty. I love the design.

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  2. I LOVE THIS! Can't wait to get the pattern when you make it.

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  3. Okay, I am so ready to sew. Do you have the patterns for the new stuff, pants, shirts and the black shirt with leggings? You inspire me girl.

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