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Worthy Revised Talking Pattern


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Worthy Revised is a Talking Pattern that will take you step-by-step with TWO fitting techniques to create a stylish jacket with a lapel 'look' from a sweatshirt. Talking Patterns is my invention of a website (URL given inside the PDF pattern) where you see a colored photo of absolutely EVERY step of the design and creation of these jackets PLUS my personally-recorded audio directions telling you what to do (or NOT to do) in that step. Of course, the most important photos are included in the PDF pattern along with awesome written directions. The 'look' of this pattern is angular and tailored. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic sewing skills and how to see/read/follow directions SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizes Small through 2XL are given on athe pattern pieces at the online Talking Pattern portion in pdf format

Recommended with this pattern

  • A good quality sweatshirt (I recommend 80% cotton and 20% poly - and sell these USA Comfort Color sweatshirts at my website: If you are using my Fitting Method #1, use a sweatshirt just big enough for you. If you are using my Fitting Method #2, use a 2XL sweatshirt - as 'fabric' and matiching ribbing! Buttons, and accent fabrics as listed on the pattern back cover. IN general: 3/4 of 3 fabrics that coordinate will be plenty. Straight Fusible Stay Tape, and coordinating accent yarn for couching.
  • at least 3 spools of 100% polyester thread, fusing tape like Vlene, Fusible interfacing - 1/2 yard, monofilament thread, regular sewing notions, a dressform is handy for the design portion.

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Londa's Creative Threads
Londa's Creative Threads
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 une, 2016, I'm operating more out of my wonderful home Sunroom Sewing Studio in Jackson, TN. . I have a website:, blog, facebook, pinterest - all that good stuff and try to do it all - but well. Goal: sharing the love of creative sewing!