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Hot Patterns 1003 Metro Seriously Stylin Jacket

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This started out as an ordinary photo shoot of my finished jacket but something happened and I just couldn’t do the serious part of this stylin’ jacket any more.

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Maybe it was the non existent moon

Beam me up, Scotty

or my old cowboy boots

Gettin it

but suddenly I just couldn’t take it any more

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I gave what I was doing a little thought

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and I had to DANCE!

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I guess there’s only so many years of these photo shoots a person can take before they realize how ridiculous it can be

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showing off the details

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and trying to style it just right

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but, this time I turned my back on the extraordinary

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regained my composure

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and fit back into the mold. Here’s the proper version

Pockets and Lining

Details: I cut a 14 throughout the chest and sleeves and a 20 from the waistband on down. I lined it with a well aged poly crepe and added the patch pockets from Vogue 1225. I made up my own instructions on that part.

If you’re interested in this Hot patterns jacket it’s on clearance at the HP site.

Get a good jacket construction book and follow it. Space the peplum gathers and panels so they look good on you. I kept the peplum sides ungathered and had to remove some fabric to do that. I didn’t add the shoulder pads nor did I use a chest piece. If you’re going to do something more formal then you might want to.

Full Front

I won’t be sewing for the rest of the month. See you when I get home from a whirl wind round of sales trips.

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About Mary Beth

I am fascinated by changing patterns and colored threads. I sew garments and am teaching myself to machine knit. Since selling the building that housed my workrooms, The Stitchery, I'm searching for a place to set up the knitting machines again. There must be room here somewhere!

18 responses »

  1. I love the jacket…

    I hope you know that I now have “I Hope You Dance” playing over and over and over in my head. 😉

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  2. Hahahahahahahaha! Snort!!!
    Oh man, pardon me while I wipe the tears of laughter from my eyes.

    Seriously, though, that is a great jacket, and I love your nail polish!

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  3. Wonderful! Love the dancing photos, especially. Nice to see you sparkle!

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  4. MB, what a great way to start my day! Your jacket is awesome and your photos? Well, they are just fierce. You might want to work a little on your pout. 😉

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  5. Mary Beth…why I do believe you are ready for your very own photo-spread in Vogue Patterns Magazine! LOL!

    Seriously now, this is a wonderful garment..and you look beautiful!

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  6. I love it, MB! It’s a great jacket shown off by your unique style. I especially like the gathered pocket.

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  7. I really enjoyed this post! The jacket is terrific, of course, but what I really wanted to say is that I love how you’re wearing your hair. It’s a really flat look.

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  8. I think the puppy pulled out of the shoot once he realized you weren’t going to take it seriously. lol Love the jacket, and the shoot!

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  9. Gorgeous, gorgeous jacket – and the perfect lining to go with it!

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  10. Love the shapely jacket…love your posing even more! Looking good!

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  11. Excellent dancing photos. I love the gathers and the lining of your jacket, it looks great, and you look as if you are having so much fun!

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  12. What is wrong with having some fun at photo shoots? I do it all the time! Great looking jacket, love the fun lining.

    Thanks for making me laugh this morning!

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  13. Sondra Meyer Raile

    Beautiful jacket.

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  14. You are so cute, AND funny! Now, I have “Cut Loose” in my head! Oh, and a very snazzy jacket. It looks wonderful on you. As always, I envy that hair!

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  15. What a great jacket! I love the style of it, and the pockets as well. Very impressive. 🙂 Fun blog post, too. Three cheers for randomly breaking out into dance when things get frustrating.

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