Wednesday, March 3, 2021

The Moto Jacket Vogue 1714


This jacket caught my eye the moment it was introduced last year.  Although it is almost Spring I am so happy I decided to go ahead and make it.

The jacket I would say is for the average sewer, someone who has been sewing for a couple of years. There is quite a bit of top stitching, don't skip this step, or the jacket will not come out as designed. Just take your time and you should do just fine.

I would make one note however, the bottom near the zipper comes out somewhat wonky.  It does not lay easy against the body.  I thought it was me, then I went to Vogue's site and notice the same in their photos of the jacket.

To be honest, it is not something that I am concerned about.  After all, it is a jacket that I will most likely wear open as transition piece from Fall to Winter.

Next up is my "Top It Off" series, join me on Instagram @serondak where I give my sneak peak of what is to come.

Until later, take it one stitch at a time.

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