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  1. Sanni said:

    So impressive to see the transformation from concept to drafting to execution to completion. It’s inspiring!

    I’m also very interested to see more about the turquoise jacket because I happen to be starting one now. Many years after the craze, I know. But before I cut into my tweed, I’d like more confidence in my buttonhole options. I’ve been combing the internet for more discussion about sewn vs welted buttonholes on thick, fraying fabric. My Plan B is to switch to button loops or a zipper. But I dropped out of Instagram some time ago, so I’m wildly optimistic hoping that you spare a few moments to sum up your jacket process in this blog, when it’s ready.

    November 26, 2019
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much Sanni! No worries, I’ll definitely be sharing all the details about my jacket soon. Hoping to get some pictures taken this weekend when my photog sis is visiting! I switched to the welts and had no problems with the tweed. I used Janet Pray’s technique on her Sew Better, Sew Faster bluprint course for the welts which made them super easy to do. Good luck on your jacket!

      November 26, 2019

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