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Chanel Style Jacket for daughter!

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Chanel Style jacket for daughter

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The Couture Dress taught by Susan Khalje

From creating a muslin to adjusting fit and hand-stitching hems, Couturier Susan Khalje guides you step-by-step through couture sewing techniques!

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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Petite, Women
Style Classic, Traditional
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What materials did you use? Wool Silk Tweed from Lintons of Cumbria, for the main fabric. Silk organza for interfacing Silk Charmeuse for the quilted lining Gutermann gimp for the handworked buttonholes Pure silk thread from Italy for the buttonholes Purchased trim, which was mounted onto the grosgrain ribbon. The silver chain at the hemline is silver plated too.

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What pattern did you use? This is very nice!

05/19/2015 Flag

Hi here Swanpeace, the pattern used for this project was Claire Shaeffer's Custom Couture Collection by Vogue patterns. The Vogue Pattern number is V8804.

05/20/2015 Flag

Thank you! That's my next project. I really want to do this at least once. Thanks for the inspiration!

05/20/2015 Flag

Swanpeace, you will enjoy making this using all the couture techniques. I especially enjoyed all the research I did on how tailors work their handworked buttonholes and sourced all the correct tailors gimp, silk threads, watched countless videos etc. Have fun and enjoy the process. Sure you will make more than one; I keep promising to make one for myself, but I have bought yet another of Claire's patterns........Vogue 8991 so I don't look like I am trying to compete with my much younger daughter!!

05/21/2015 Flag

Another gorgeous couture creation! Those buttons are truly the icing on the cake. And handworked buttonholes no less!

12/02/2015 Flag

Thanks Cissie. Had guidance from the gorgeous Jeffery Diduch on the buttonholes. Would love to meet him one of these days.........his tailoring is beyond impeccable isn't it.

12/02/2015 Flag