Celebration Talking Pattern

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Celebration Talking Pattern Pattern

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Sewing: Celebration Talking Pattern
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Celebration Talking Pattern Flare Back on Celebration Jacket

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Sewing

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women

Item:

Jacket

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Medium Sewing Skills
  • However, with my Talking Pattern directions - it will be EZ!

Pattern Description:

This festive jacket design was the answer to finding a way to increase the size for generous sized women when I was making my jackets from sweatshirts to sell. This design has become a wonderfully stylish jacket appropriate for any 'celebration' occasion. I've worn the black one to holiday parties - and no one believes that it started as...a sweatshirt!
BOTH methods for fit are now included in this pattern! If taking out sweatshirt excess under the arm as I did for both of these jackets, use a size sweatshirt just big enough for you - NO bigger. Patterns are included PDF in the pattern to 'see' the sweatshirt as 'fabric + matching ribbing' - in which case, use a 2XL sweatshirt. This is a Talking Pattern which means at the URL given in the pattern, you will find ALL the photos of EVERY step, along with my personally-recorded audio directions for each step IN ADDITION to the written directions in the pattern!

Materials:

  • Top quality sweatshirt of 80% cotton 20% polyester like USA Comfort Color as I sell at my website: www.londas-sewing.com, 2-3 yards of drapey fabric for the black flare and trim, 2 3/4 yard rose trim for black jacket, 4 3/4 yards trim or make your own as I did for the Brown Jacket, along with 1/2 yard binding fabric for the brown jacket, 1 great button.weatshir

About Designer

About Designer

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Mom taught me to sew - then put me on a clothing allowance: $25/MONTH - but that was back in 1966. The ONLY way I could satisfy my clothing appetite was to make it myself. That lead to a major in Home Ec., managing a craft store, custom dressmaking - running my own fabric store/machine dealership from 1990 - 2003, and now I travel the country presenting my classes on creative sewing at sewing ...

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