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Sunday Brunch Jacket lining

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    Profile photo of TassiemumTassiemum @Tassiemum

    I have just enrolled in a craftsy class called underneath it all which teaches about inter facings, linings etc but it shows how to draft a lining for an unlined jacket pattern and then shows step by step how to bag the lining. I am planning to make a lined Sunday brunch jacket using this course. I thought others may be interested.

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    Profile photo of SarviSarvi @Sarvi

    I’m interested! Would to see how you adapted it for this pattern. There are some great tutorials out there but it’s always helpful to see somebody’s work for the specific pattern you’re trying. Here are a few:

    http://grainlinestudio.com/2012/01/09/sewing-tutorial-how-to-bag-a-jacket-lining/

    http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/4366/bag-your-jacket-lining

    http://en.inthemoodforcouture.com/how-to-bag-your-coat-lining/

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    Profile photo of juliamom2009juliamom2009 @juliamom2009

    Oh, please definitely report back – and show us your lined Sunday Brunch jacket – I’d love to know if the class is worth it…..definitely something I need to do “properly”.

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    Profile photo of melelizameleliza @meleliza

    Depending on your fabric choices, you may want to size up if you’re adding a lining to this one. Let us see how it goes!

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    Profile photo of TassiemumTassiemum @Tassiemum

    I am hoping to start this weekend, I am going to make a size 7 for my 6 year old. Will post photos when I am finished.

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    Profile photo of NicoleNicole @motherof5

    Very keen to see this!

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    Profile photo of TamaraTamara @justsewit

    And here I was thinking it was all about interfacings and things! Can’t wait for the report on how you went.

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