Next up-Simplicity 3631

After posting about new fabrics a few days ago, I have decided to use fabric from my stash! This is a microfiber that I purchased when I lived in Lakeland, FL; that was 6 1/2 years ago. I believe it has aged well enough now.

I will post a photo soon. I realized that many of my stash fabrics have not been photographed and catalogued in my Stitch and Stash program. I have many of them recorded, but I stopped updating at one point and this was probably in one of the fabric bins where I stopped.
I think I am being influenced to use this fabric because the pattern does not call for a lining and this fabric wears nicely and has some what satiny feel on the wrong side. Thus I think I can skip making a lining for this pattern. Also the photo shot on the cover of Sew Stylish magazine where this pattern was depicted in its many variations had a similar red jacket on the front. My fabric is a blended red color. I need to pull out the Pantone cards and assign it a number for other Pantone users.

I pinned fitted the jacket pattern and made a slight FBA. I removed the resulting side dart and increased the neck darts to accommodate this. My first attempt at moving a dart to the neckline area. With darts already there, it made sense. Skirt was pin fitted also and I did not need to make any adjustments, except I folded out one inch at the petite marking on the pattern.
Photos of the fabric to follow later. Time to start dinner.

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  1. Can't wait to see yours! This has to be my most favorite item (the jacket) that I have sewn to date!

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