Hi Myra, I love your tutorial! It looks like so much fun to turn a frumpy looking sweatshirt into a classy looking jacket. I just might have to try that. It's getting colder here every day and having something nice to wear will surely warm things up a bit!Thanks!MGM
It must be a new, never washed, sweatshirt though....
Thank you for the wonderful tut! I have made a couple before, but I just did a bias around the edges. I didn't like how it turned out because it still kinda rolled on the ends. This way looks like it would work much better, with more fabric. Thanks! Great job!
thanks for this tutorial! When I'd first looked I'd thought the celtic knotting on your jacket had been bias tubes added to the surface -- I now unederstand that they are "peek through" of a fabric panel. Wonderufl idea...
I may have to try this one. I'd probably make the sweatshirt. I'm not sure I'd be able to cut into a new one. Lol.
Great tutorial Myra. Thankyou.
Wow. Just - wow. I remain in awe of your talents, and absolutely sure I will never be able to do this!
This is AWESOME, Myra. Thank you so much for sharing! I've scheduled a link to this post to go live on my blog tomorrow morning (Central USA time). I hope it brings you a few extra clicks.Denisehttp://needlework.craftgossip.com
Great tutorial Myra. Thank you...I know how much time and effort goes into writing up a tut..Hugs
Wow Myra! You've outdone yourself this time. Thanks for including all those pics it helps those of us (me) who are visual learners. Good job!!!
that is fabulous!
Wauw! that's a TUTORIAL!! I'm in awe about the pics with words in it! I'm not going to try making the Ss however; I know i'm not very good with the machine, but you certainly are!!
That is the prettiest sweatshirt jacket I've seen! I love how the fabric peeks through the pattern. So pretty! x
Hello Myra!Thank you visit my blog!your Blog is fabulous!!I love your tutorial too!hugsLuciana from Brasil
Outstanding!! I made many of these several years ago, but had forgotten about them. Mom needed something pretty to wear so I found your tut. It is awesome, and much easier than the way I had done them in the past. Thanks so much!! Ruth
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