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Chanel jacket trims

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Just Keep Sewing: Chanel Tweed Jacket Underway: Trim and Fringe

It's been 4 years since I made a jacket like this, so the details are slowly coming back to me. This one won't be "couture", but there's still a fair amount of hand-stitching with all the trim and buttons! I picked up 2 different trims at Joann's yesterday, not quite sure what combination would look best. Did I mention that I had 3 kids in tow, so I felt like I was on Project Runway... "Designers, you have 30 minutes before the children start screaming for Chicken Nuggets and French Fries…

Just Keep Sewing: Chanel Tweed Jacket Underway: Trim and Fringe

It's been 4 years since I made a jacket like this, so the details are slowly coming back to me. This one won't be "couture", but there's still a fair amount of hand-stitching with all the trim and buttons! I picked up 2 different trims at Joann's yesterday, not quite sure what combination would look best. Did I mention that I had 3 kids in tow, so I felt like I was on Project Runway... "Designers, you have 30 minutes before the children start screaming for Chicken Nuggets and French Fries…

SewPassionista by DIANA: My Chanel Jacket...Part 1

For years ,I've been wanting to make another Chanel type jacket.I made the one below before I learned how to alter patterns for a full bust, and sloping and narrow shoulders which are my fitting issues. I've always really liked this jacket and have worn it in spite of the way it didn't quite fit. The pattern is S4954 (OOP) I bought this lovely fabric from Julie at Timmel Fabrics in Halifax when I attended the Sandra Betzina Workshop and I always planned on using V8043(OOP). which is a…

Sewing a Chanel-style Jacket and a trip to Linton Tweed – Jenni Smith

Last week I persuaded five of my sewing friends to join me on another fabric-related adventure. We took the famous train journey from Settle to Carlisle, which I have never travelled before, despite living close-by for most of my life. It's a two hour trip passing through amazing countryside, over the famous Ribblehead viaduct and with views of the Yorkshire Three Peaks and the Lake District. A sweet guide came through the carriage to tell us all of the historic landmarks we could visit on…