So here it is finally! I have a few things left to do on the inside, but it’s pretty much done.
First, I promised to tell you about how I attached the peplum. Since Tasia from Sewaholic did not reply to me, I decided to ask the lovely Trisha from Made by Trisha because she made a great version of the Cordova jacket in purple. Here was her reply:
I’m at work, so I don’t have the pattern in front of me, but if I remember correctly, I think I had a similar issue. If memory serves me, the back of the jacket needs to be a bit longer than the peplum so you can fold it under slightly for the hem. Does that make sense?
So I had to fake it to make it. I ended up pinning and sewing the peplum 3.5cm from the back edge. It turned out pretty well, but I probably should have made it 4cm. I hope this helps some of you who want to make the jacket.
I’m pretty happy with this jacket. I like the contrasting fabrics. Don’t ask me about this silly pose.
I’m not sure aout the size. Once I saw this picture, I kind of think it’s a bit too big on me. Although, that would make it easy to wear a sweater under it.
I love the sleeve pleats! They look so cute! I also didn’t realize how terrible these jeans look from the back! I shall only wear them with tunics from now on.
Well, as a wearable muslin, I think it turned out pretty well. What would I do differently?
- Maybe I need to cut out a smaller size.
- I would use a thinner fabric like a canvas.
- I will definitely line the next one.
- And attach the peplum 4cm from the lower back bottom edge.