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The Moto Jacket — Vogue 1925 - Marcy Tilton Fabrics

The Moto Jacket — Vogue 1925

The studio working name for Vogue 1925 is the Moto Jacket, a lightly fitted jacket with optional hood or collar, flattering princess seams in two lengths (24 ¾” and 27 ¾”), separating zipper and easy to sew inseam faux welt pockets. This flattering jacket skims the figure yet has enough ease to slide over a top, t-shirt or shirt.
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Reversible Jacket — Butterick 6863 - Marcy Tilton Fabrics

Reversible Jacket — Butterick 6863

Wanting something warm to wear, I decided it would be fun to try my hoodie pattern Butterick 6863 in flannel. The pattern is oversized so this continues my experiment with making this ‘designed for stretch knits’ in a woven.
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Fooling Around With Flannel Jacket — Butterick 6521 - Marcy Tilton Fabrics

Fooling Around With Flannel Jacket — Butterick 6521

Here’s another version of B6521 — my current BFF shirt pattern — in flannel. I alliterate the feel of flannel with the flattering fit of this shirt. There is nothing like a flannel shirt when the seasons turn into cooler weather.
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The Groovy Shacket Vogue 1689 - Marcy Tilton Fabrics

The Groovy Shacket Vogue 1689

Fun and easy to sew, my latest Vogue release can be worn as either a shirt or jacket, making it a ‘shacket’. Gwen and I dubbed it the ‘groovy shacket’ in a giddy moment as we developed the design. V1689 reflects styles I saw in Paris last spring in shirts, jackets and coats.
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Crossover Jacket — Vogue 9287 - Marcy Tilton Fabrics

Crossover Jacket — Vogue 9287

Holiday patterns bridge the seasons between Fall/Winter and Spring. Designed to do just that, Vogue 9287 is a simple and clean lined yet sophisticated jacket that relies on the shaping of the pattern pieces and the asymmetrical closing for the appealing easy to wear silhouette. Comes in two lengths, hip and fingertip lengths with a clever flat pocket that slips into the front band seam. Plus, it is a double breasted jacket that works as well unbuttoned as buttoned. Dubbed it a 'shacket', a hybrid of shirt and jacket.
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