kAtheRine Tilton's hooded jacket, Butterick 6253, is hands down my favourite make in recent months. I have to admit that my wearable muslin has been my go-to favourite item in my closet that I reach for on the weekends.
I like it so much that I'm currently working on a second jacket.
I hope to post pictures soon but I'm taking a break from the throbbing finger that collided with the sewing machine needle when I was sewing the zipper. But I digress...
I have a brand spanking new (uncut and unopened) copy of Butterick 6253 looking for a good home. There is a catch though,
- Promise not to sell it and to give it a good home where it will be used and cherished and shared.
- Leave a comment about your favourite go-to weekend wear that you've made or what has been your favourite Tilton pattern that you've made.
- Leave a comment by Sunday morning (November 15)
- Yup, that about it.
It is open to blog followers in Canada and the U.S. This multi-sized pattern includes XS (4-6), S (8-10) and M (12-14). Details from the pattern envelope:
Misses' Jacket: Loose-fitting, unlined jacket has hood, wrong side shows, neck facing, seam detail, side pockets, sleeves, cuffs and exposed front zipper. B: Self-drawstring. A, B: Raw edge finish. C: stitched hem. A, C: Rolled seams on hood and purchased trim and drawstring. B, C: Pockets stitched in place.
Good luck and happy (and safe) sewing!