Monday, March 24, 2008

Raggy Jacket Workshop

Hi everyone... Did you wonder where I was??!!
Well I have been busy and thought I would show you what I have been up to. This was a workshop I took with a few other gals to make this raggy jacket. The fabric is batik flannel. The colors are so beautiful and it feels so soft a cosy. The pattern had a collar but I chose not to use it. I prefer a plain line. The pictures show the front, back and inside. It can actually be reversible but I like the raggy look. I had enough segments left over to make a bag.... That will come later... Stay tuned.


Noel said...

There you are sweetie....the jacket is gorgeous! I love the colors and your going to make a bag to match....I want to see sequins my dear.....LOL!

Beadin' Gram/aka Jackie said...

This is just wonderful, Maggie. I love the cheerful colors and the way the front will get "shaggy" -- it is fantastic.

Maggie R said...

Hi Noel and Jackie,
Thanks for taking a peek. Yes Noel I did feel a need for some sparles, hee hee... and that may happen yet!
I really liked the fit of the jacket and am thinking of making another one and putting the collar on #2. I thought something a little more dressy in blacks and perhaps a little animal print and sequins!! hee hee.
I think I better hit the pit as I have to get up early! at least I am getting a few things up on the blog and there is more to come when I have time.

blumoon said...

That is a gorgeous jacket! Beautiful job!

crooked heart art~tammy said...

hi miss maggie
like noel said 'there you are'!!
we miss you but you have been busy-what a beautiful jacket-i love batiks-and you will look fabulous wearing it dahling :)

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous jacket. It might be my second favorite ever. My daughter made me something like this a few years ago for Mother's Day. Her's has to be first, but yours is second. Great job.


Doreen Kinkade said...

Beautiful Jacket!!! I did not know there was batik in flannel. I was looking at that pattern, but I am
just learning and the collar scared me off. Might try without collar.
Doreen K.

Jackie said...

Oh my the colours in your jacket are just beautiful. The combination glows. I love it.

Maggie R said...

Hi Gals, Here I go ablushin' again!!! Thanks for the nice compliments on the jacket. Now if I can ever put away the snow parka maybe I can wear it!!!!
BTW Doreen, this pattern is not a difficult one at all, Even the collar is not hard to do. I just chose not to use it this time, so I would definitely encourage you to go for this one. As for the batik flannel , the choices have just explosed in the recent past and there are so many beautiful colors to choose from. The flannel is so easy to sew too as it doesn't slip.
Yesterday I was on a shopping spree and I got some beautiful oriental fabric and another jacket pattern to keep me busy. This one is not flannel . I will put some pictures of what I intend on the Blog .Got all my fabric washed and ironed lastnight so I am all set to go.. Stay tuned and hope you all have a great day.

Maggie R said...

Hey Doreen,
If you do go ahead with this jacket and you have any questions feel free to email me and I will try to help.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Maggie, Your raggy jacket is gorgeous. Love it. You are a lady of many talents. Hugs Judy

Eve said...

I have one for sale that my mom in love and I made:) (

Phyl said...

Your raggedy jacket is SO pretty!Love those colors; now we know what you've been busy with!Thanks for sharing.......