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Thread: How to Make an Easy Patchwork Jacket

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    Terrific tuturial - Thank you. Beautiful jackets everyone (that Day of the Dead fabric is brilliant - think I'll have to get some).

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    Bump! Stashbuster project!
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    This sounds really easy, this is something I've wanted to try

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Size:  322.7 KBFinished my sweatshirt jacket today! Love the pony fur! thanks for the great tutorial!
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    Could you take a pic of the back so we can see it, too please?
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    I love the jackets.
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    those are nice looking
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I have been collecting pinwheels. All sizes - all colors. My intention was always to put them into a jacket of some sort, but now I have the inspiration to DO it. We have a challenge due in May, so now I have an idea and a deadline. Sounds like something might get done. Thanks, UGLY COOK for the wonderful tut.
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    I absolutely love the brown jacket. Your tut is great fodder for my longarm!

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    Thank you for the tutorial. Great job! I love all the beautiful jackets everyone else has posted too. The one trimmed with 'pony fur' is fantastic. It gave me a few ideas 'outside of the box'. A camo done with more free form shapes instead of angular cuts is one.
    Also someone mentioned putting in a zipper instead of using binding. I think it might work using a hooded zipped sweatshirt. Then just cut off the hood and put binding around the neck

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