Marie Jacket by StyleArc – A Product Testing Review (sponsored post)

I am back on MinervaCrafts blog with a product testing review today. They kindly asked me to pick a pattern from Style Arc Patterns to test for them. After pondering for a while, I decided to give Marie Jacket Pattern a go because I really needed a layering jacket/cardigan.

Originally, I wanted to use this a light goldenrod colour (a colour between yellow and green) faux suede, but I struggled to find a zipper that matched it. As a result, I went for the safest option and picked a black Ponte Roma Fabric, as black zips are everywhere.


For more details and pictures about how I made my jacket, please see my post on the MinervaCrafts blog:

Disclaimer: I was sent the pattern free of charge in exchange for a review. The opinions in the review are my own and not influenced in any way by MinervaCrafts and/or the designer.

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