15 April 2010

More about the jacket


I  found time to take photographs yesterday so here it is in all it's 'glory!!!!  


I found a very patient model for it too - a chair!!!  Prettier than me wearing it and easier than asking Nick to take photos!!! Also it STOOD STILL!!!!
This is the front (obviously)!!!
One sleeve
T'other sleeve
The rear view - when I'm wearing it it will be my 'best side'!!!!

10 comments:

  1. So cool! I do love denim as well. Love the red crab!
    Fox : )

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  2. Oh, Jane..... I love your jacket!!! All the tatted animals are so cute! You must get a lot of compliments when you are out.

    I see an animal I don't think I have seen before. On the back of the jacket in a variegated green? Happy Tatting!!

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  3. love the jacket, why not come and model it at charnwood open day 16 october everyone would love to see it

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  4. I love the bowler-hatted monkey! It's a wonderful jacket - but I followed your link to see the old one, which you had made, and I liked that too! Did you try fabric softener to make it more snuggly? Perhaps you can resurrect it and tat more animals........

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  5. Love the 'Jane Zoo'! lol. I'm with you denim is the best way to go. So all your critters on your pattern page right??!!

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  6. That jacket is a real work of art just love it!!!!

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  7. Ah, Carol, the variegated green animal is the chameleon which I did as a live TIAS in Palmetto last year. The pattern is on their CD - I should probably put it on my site too now!!!
    Maureen - I think there were several things about the jacket which I didn't like - the colour as well as the fit too!!!
    TAT19540 - apart from the chameleon I think they're all on the pattern page although I'm not totally sure. I MUST check that out.

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  8. I'm so amazed by your work
    Thank you for pointing me to your blog !!!!!

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  9. Love this, Jane! The chair may have been a willing subject, but your tatted beauty is not nearly as fashionable on it as it would be on you.

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  10. oh that is just great! I know you probably don't think the 'sewing' part is all that much; but , for some one who can hardly sew a stitch ~ it is the next thing to miraculous. LOL Lovely jacket…be even lovelier if I could see you IN PERSON wearing it….xxxxP

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