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Thread: Printable Instructions for Easy Patchwork Jacket

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    Thank you. Maybe I will finally make something for myself!

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    Thanks! I've been wanting to make a sweatshirt jacket in ever so long, but was always afraid to try. Your method looks so easy and the pictures are a great help!

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    Thank you! I haven't made one of these for years!

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    Thank you Thank you, what a little gem you are. Thanks for such a terrific Tutorial and well set out Instructions that are easy to understand.

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    thanks I have seen several of these jackets and have wanted to try one.

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    Thank you. I have bookmarked this.

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    do the stitches remain visible on the inside?

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    Thanks so much! I am going to go to my sewing room and gather my fabrics, I already have a sweatshirt I have had waiting for just this kind of project.

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    Sso sew nice, definitely going on my to do list. Thanks for the Tute its great.

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    Thanks for the instructions. Its going on my to do list also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annz
    Thank you. I have bookmarked this.
    So did I!! I like your style! :thumbup:

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    Miss perfect quilter, thank you for the instructions. I finished the "Let It Wave" bargello flag and will put it in our Quilt Show in October for our guild. Thank you again for sharing. When I figure out how to send a picture, I will share it with the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    do the stitches remain visible on the inside?
    Yes, so you might consider bobbin thread if it matters to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfer
    Miss perfect quilter, thank you for the instructions. I finished the "Let It Wave" bargello flag and will put it in our Quilt Show in October for our guild. Thank you again for sharing. When I figure out how to send a picture, I will share it with the board.
    Are you calling me names? ;) Can't wait to see your projects.

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    Thank you! How long did it take you to make the jacket? I'm thinking about making one for my mother for Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eeraemore
    Thank you! How long did it take you to make the jacket? I'm thinking about making one for my mother for Christmas.
    When I was working I made one in a week just working in the evenings. I made another one recently in a weekend...so I'm guessing about 10-12 hours of sewing.

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    I have had a sweat shirt waiting for this type of project, but was afraid to start. Now thanks to you I can get it done before it gets cold down here. Again thank you for your efforts.

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    Lovely, lovely, lovely! I can't wait to try it! I have the sweatshirt and some awesome fat quarters, I am going to try and get it done this week! Will post a pic when I do! Thanks for the simple instructions and sharing the technique! I think I am going to try ruffled cuffs, what do you all think?

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    Too cool! I bought a sweatshirt for this after you put up the tutorial. :-D :D This makes it so easy to follow - you did a great job! Thank you! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    These are absolutely stunning and I can't wait to try one of these. I do have 2 sweatshirts on hand to make me 2 more. Wonder if I can squeeze in time to make one to have to wear for the holidays - that's my goal but don't know how my time is going to go. The itch is here though. Thank you.
    Patty

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    Quote Originally Posted by UglyCook
    Quote Originally Posted by eeraemore
    Thank you! How long did it take you to make the jacket? I'm thinking about making one for my mother for Christmas.
    When I was working I made one in a week just working in the evenings. I made another one recently in a weekend...so I'm guessing about 10-12 hours of sewing.
    Thank you! That is helpful!

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    Hi, I tried downloading your pattern and I could never get it to work for me, would you consider email me the instructions. I would really apperciate it just let me know and I will pm my email address to you. Thanks in advance, I really love the jacket. You did a great job on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UglyCook
    I hope this works! It was 17 pages in Word so I saved it as a PDF to try to make it a smaller file.
    What am I doing wrong? Everyone is thanking you for the instructions but I get nothing but a blank page or another of the same page. I have the most recent Adobe Reader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewslow
    Quote Originally Posted by UglyCook
    I hope this works! It was 17 pages in Word so I saved it as a PDF to try to make it a smaller file.
    What am I doing wrong? Everyone is thanking you for the instructions but I get nothing but a blank page or another of the same page. I have the most recent Adobe Reader.
    are you clicking the blue download box above the jacke, I didn't have any problem at all.

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    Thanks!

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