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Thread: How to Make an Easy Patchwork Jacket

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    Is there anyway that you can put a zipper on it? Or would that not work?

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    I think a zipper would work just fine.

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    Here are a couple I made. I think I've posted my DGD already, but don't mind showing her off again (LOL). I'm still looking foir pictures of the one that isn't cut in front.

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    I love love the jacket and Great tutorial .. thanks
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    I would like to make one for myself, but I like to have my jackets or sweaters buttoned or zipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
    I would like to make one for myself, but I like to have my jackets or sweaters buttoned or zipped.
    You can add buttons, frog closures or zippers. No problem.

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    "Here are a couple I made. I think I've posted my DGD already, but don't mind showing her off again (LOL). I'm still looking foir pictures of the one that isn't cut in front."

    Those are SO cute!!!!

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    Thanks Ugly Cook, your directions were very clear. I am going to try one, they look great.

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    I always wanted to make one of these. My problem is I don't know how to save your directions onto my file on the PC.
    Can someone help me.

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    All of these are so cute! What a neat idea. Thanks for the great tute; can't wait to try this!

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