SEW-ALONG SIMPLICITY 8962: MEN'S SUIT JACKET


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Today we are excited to share our latest Simplicity Men’s pattern 8962. This is a casual suit jacket with great details that will give you the pop of style need for any occasion.

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hey guys you wish you could learn to sew and design your own clothes well now you can no experience needed go sign up for our free trial at sewed academy calm peace hey what's up welcome back to another so long today we're going to be working on a pattern that I designed for me me G simplicity 89-62 let's get started now if you do the sewing I just need a refreshing course please click the link in the description box below now feel a true beginner and just need additional help you can sign up for online sewing school which is sort of ketamine calm click the link in the description box below for that as well ok once again like I said we're gonna be using mu G Simplicity pattern 89-62 now this is a man's blazer and it has quite a few details for a men's blazer it has the breast pocket it has inside what pockets it has surgeon sleeves on the sleeves which are pretty much working buttons and it has a nice 4 inch wild lapel which is really great now if you look on the back you have fabric suggestions notions and also you have measurements for your chests now you have a measurement up here that tell you what the chassis is and then also down here at finished garments so you want to look at your size once you measure and look to see what the finished garment is sometimes is a little bit more easy so you might want to go down the size or just keep the side that you have and just taper it down alright now let's go over all the patterns we need to cut out all right for your first pattern piece you going to need pattern piece number one this is the front you're gonna cut to a fabric and also two of lining now this right here is more of a build-out because as a blazer or means suit jacket so if you don't know how to build out in the front of your jacket this would be a good chance to go to our online sewing school which is sort of Kadim EECOM we teach the basic arm tailoring techniques but if you don't want as much built out to lms i'm going to do you can just follow along without it but i do recommend that you do some type of interfacing to the a piece of your jacket next we have pattern piece number seven this is your back you're gonna cut too and also this pattern doesn't have it in detail but I'm going to do a half interfacing just for the top part of my back piece next is pattern piece number twenty-one this is your under sleeve now this comes with a pattern to interface the bottom I'm gonna show you that in just a moment but also our interface the top portion right here where that line is this is to give a little bit more stability where your sleeve is next is pattern piece number nineteen this is the upper sleeve you're gonna cut to and also you're gonna click two of your under sleeve as well if I didn't say that and just like the under sleeve this has a pattern piece to interface the bottom but also you want to interface just this top portion to give a little bit more stability on your upper sleeve and I'm just you can stop it right here at the lime next is pattern piece number twelve is your front facing you're gonna cut two of these of fabric and two of these of interfacing pattern piece number two is your side panel you're gonna cut two of fabric and two of lining okay so this right here is one of your back lining pieces now normally if you have a back piece you cut two because they're the same but this right here is pattern piece number 17 is your right back lining so your right back lining is going to be different from your left you're gonna cut one of these of lining now this right here is pattern piece number 18 it's your left back you don't cut one of these out of lining and as you can see they're a little bit different pattern piece 13 use your front lining you're gonna cut two of these pattern piece 24 is your under sleeve lining you're gonna cut two of these pattern piece number 23 your upper sleeve lining you know cut two of these as well now follow the smaller pieces pattern piece number three which is your upper pocket you're gonna cut one of these of fabric and depending on how heavy or how light your fabric is you might want to cut one out of interfacing as well Mize is a little bit more sturdy so I don't want my pocket to be too thick so I'm not gonna use the interfacing so this is optional if you do have a thicker fabric pattern piece number four is your upper pocket lining pattern piece number five is your lower pocket you're gonna cut two of these of fabric into –'tis of interfacing and once again if you already have a fabric that's a little bit more sturdy a little bit thicker you don't have to do the interfacing pattern piece number six is your lower pocket lining you know cut two of these pattern piece number nine is your upper color you want to cut one of these and this right has cut on the fold and also you want to cut one on a folder of interfacing pattern piece number ten it's your under color you want to cut two of these of fabric and also two of these of interfacing pattern piece number 15 is your welt you want to cut two of these and then two of interfacing pattern piece sixteen this is your pocket lining you're going to cut two of these next is pattern piece number eleven this is your college stand you want to cut two of these of fabric and two of interfacing pet piece number 14 this is your loop you didn't cut one and the next pattern pieces right here are all interfacing pieces so you're not gonna cut any of these out of fabric or lining you're only gonna cut it out or interfacing so pattern piece number eight this is your event interfacing for your back piece you're gonna cut two of these pattern fuse number 22 this is your under sleeve interfacing are you gonna cut two of those as well and last but not least pattern piece number 20 is your upper sleeve interfacing you're gonna cut two okay once you have your pattern pieces cut out and interface and then you have your lining pieces we can begin sewing all right you want to go ahead and grab your front piece this right here is my interface front piece this is the front this is the inside and now what we're gonna do is we're going to do our dart so grab your pins I'm gonna start right here at the top pin okay now we're gonna hit to the Machine and we're going to start right here at the end of the dart back stitch and sew all the way until we get to the point you don't want to break here on threads you just want to pull them and you know we're gonna tie a knot so we're not gonna bat stitch here okay now we're gonna back see at the beginning now you just want to stitch until you stitch off at the end of it take your needle pull your threads and now you just want to take your threads and tie it a couple of knots to secure it ok as you see now I did my dart I went ahead and press it towards the center front now next we're going to work on this little split right here so what I like to do first which is a good tip is to take it to the Machine and bring it close together and give it a narrow zig-zag stitch all the way till you get right here once you do that come back and we'll continue okay so once you Zig zagged it right here close next we're going to be covering this up and if you're looking your structures are gonna say to use a grosgrain ribbon to do that but if you have tool tape you can use that as well basically what you're going to do is so just spread it out across but you want to make sure to leave a little extra at the end so you can fold under a quarter inch once you do that you can cut now you're gonna take this in and fold it a quarter inch and place it right there where it begins and we're going to pin okay now we're gonna head to the Machine we're gonna egg stitch along the top edge down the side and it across the bottom do that come back and we'll continue okay now that we have our front pieces prepare we're going to move to the side for just a moment and now we're gonna work on our pockets now this right here is the breast pocket but you're gonna do the lower pockets the same exact way so basically we're right sides facing you take your lining piece and you line it up just like that with that nachos at the top just pin it then you gotta head to your machine and you're gonna stitch using 3/8 of an inch until you get about an inch away from the center and then you're gonna cut your threads and then you're gonna continue about an inch away on the other side and then finish off the end and now we're gonna keep that because we're gonna turn it on right side out later so do that come back and we'll continue okay once you stitch this across using 3 of an inch seam allowance and you left an opening in the center we're going to slide this down like that and we're going to pin now when you get to the side and you want to find that fold line and we're going to push the seam allowance towards the lining and pin okay now hair back to the machine and using five eighths of an inch seam allowance we're gonna start on one end go all the way around the curve the other curve and in up on this side do that come back and we'll continue okay once you've stitched all the way around we're going to trim when I'm with the curves I like to just trim a little bit closer to the stitching without cutting through it instead of clipping curves because it just gives a cleaner look when you turn it right side out okay now we're going to push the pocket right side out using that little opening that we left all right and grab your point Turner and just start pointing out those points those corners alright so after you do that you want to give this a good press the only thing left to do is just make sure the seam allowance is pressed down twice the lining and take a needle and thread and you basically just want to slip stitch this closed now if you do that you under your lower pockets the same exact way okay now I want you to grab your left front and you want to place your pocket and then remember this only goes on your left do not put your breast pocket on the right side so place it right here where you see your two markings give it a pin and now head it to the Machine and you want to egg stitch all the way down across the bottom and then up the other side do that come back and we'll continue okay so once you have your breast pocket stitch down you want to slide down and now we're going to stitch our side piece to our front so grab your side piece right sides facing match up your notches first and you want to pin all the way down the head to the machine and you're just gonna do a straight stitch from this point all the way across to the him okay so before I head over to the machine to stitch that down I just want to show you on how my build out look and once again this right here it's a little bit more intense when it comes to the construction and build out of your front jacket once again you don't need a build out but if you do this will be the time where you will put it onto your front so I'm just gonna grab this and you just want to place it just right there where your roll line is base this down and then you can continue to pin your side piece now you can stitch this down use a 5/8 of an inch seam allowance okay now that we've added our side piece we're gonna go ahead and pin and Stitch our lower pocket on so you want to find your markings and place them just like that then just pin it and now you're gonna stitch this down the same way you did your breast pocket and then you only do the other one the same exact way okay next we're gonna grab our back pieces but first you want to take the right side it's gonna be your left if you facing the screen but if you're wearing it this is gonna be the right side of your back so you want to take this side and you want to do stay stitch about an inch above the large dot and then an inch towards the flap so just right here and just to reinforce this corner and also you want to make sure you put your interfacing on both of your back pieces and just to note I did a little bit of extra interfacing because of the build off that I want for my jacket again this is optional so go ahead and do your stay stitch now once you do your Stacey come back and we'll continue okay now that I have my stage stage I'm gonna go ahead and cut into that corner but don't cut into your stitching and now we're right sides facing we're going to stitch the backs together so peanut your notches first okay now head to the machine we're going to stitch using a 5/8 of an inch seam allowance from the top all the way down to our large dot right here do that come back and we'll continue okay I went ahead and open up my seams and I press it down the middle and now we're going to stitch the sides to the back and then at the shoulders so grab your front and side piece and we're right sides facing we're going to and we're going to pin and I'll not just first okay you're gonna pee in the other side the same exact way and then move it to the shoulder we're gonna pin okay you want do two other shoulder same exact way and once you have both sides pin you're going to stitch this down using five a seven inch seam allowance and you're going to come to the sides seam and stitch that down using a five a seven inch seam allowance do that come back and we'll continue okay so after you do all that your jacket should look like this you see it forming a little bit so I'm gonna put this to the side for just a moment and then we're gonna be working on our under color and our color stand so what you want to do is the right sides facing you want to match up your notches and pin and head to the Machine and stitch this down using five days of men's seam allowance do that come back and we'll continue okay now we're gonna take your color stand or right sides facing you want to match up your double notches with the double notches on your color stand you want to pin okay now head to the Machine and then we're gonna stitch this down using 3/8 of an inch seam allowance do that come back and we'll continue okay I thought stitched this together I went ahead and press my seams open and now we're right sides facing we're going to begin painting this in place to the jacket so match up your double notches right here on your jacket and we're going to pin and now you want to take your scissors and we're gonna cut into that corner right there without going past your space ditch and then we're gonna do the same thing on the other side okay now we're gonna continue pinning across the neckline be sure to match up your notches okay so we're gonna hit some machine we're going to start and hit your diet not at the edge but right here down to this diet we're gonna pivot and then cross the neckline pick one more time and then I'm going to end up at your last marking right here okay using a 5/8 of an inch seam allowance we're going to stitch and back sit at the beginning all right you're gonna pivot and continue pivot one more time okay now that we stitch this together we want to go ahead and clip a little bit into a neckline just transfer it off you go make some little snips in here too now just take this to your pressing table and we're gonna press the seams down now let's grab our front facing so we can continue okay now I have my front facing here you can see I went ahead and clip right into my corner and you should have stay stitch right here so now we right sides facing we're going to take your front lining piece and we're going to pin it be sure to pin your notches first okay now we're gonna head to the Machine and we're gonna stitch this down starting here and we're gonna go all the way down using a five a seven inch seam allowance do that come back we'll continue even do your other facing and front lining piece the same exact way okay after you stitch your facing to your front and lining you're gonna press your seams open just like this and the next thing we have to do is our wall pockets no set one to the side for just one second we're going to grab our wealth and our loop pressure well and have just like that wrong sides facing and give it a good press and then next so you're gonna take your loop and you're gonna fold it in half you're gonna press it and after you press are you gonna open it up and you're gonna take each end and press it towards that crease like that and then you're just going to fold all of that in half and then all you have to do is a stitch on both sides all the way down okay now I have my well folded and now we have our belt loops completed now we're just going to take them and just cut it in half we're going to fold it over like that and we're gonna pin them on our front lining piece right here where you see that diet and you want at least a 1/4 inch of it inside your binding box and then next you're gonna take your welt and you're gonna place that on the bottom or quarter-inch inside the box there next we're going to take the pocket bag and we're going to place that on top of the well and we're gonna pin all of this together they head to the Machine we're going to tack the loop down and then we're going to stitch or your welt and pocket back or quarter inch seam allowance stopping that both dots okay so after I went ahead and stitch to my quarter inch down or my wallet in my pocket bag and tacked down my loop I went ahead and did a basting stitch right here on the top of my bounding box so now I'm gonna take my scissors and I'm just going to open up the inside here and I'm gonna snip right there in the center then we'll continue to cut until I get about 5/8 of an inch from my dots at the end and then I'm gonna cut diagonally into my dots same thing to the side once I get about 5/8 of an inch away I'm gonna go ahead and cut diagonally into my dots to my corners and once you do that it's gonna look just like this so now I'm gonna take this and turn it to the inside tuck in my size and I'm gonna turn it wrong side up now I'm gonna take the bottom of my pocket bag and I'm going to lift up the top of my bottom box that I cut just like this and I'm going to place those together once I do that I'm a pin okay so if I flip up and only show the top we're just going to stitch along that based God stitch I had right there just stitch over there and we're gonna finish this out put my needle down first now I'm gonna back sit at the beginning and also at the end and this is about a quarter inch seam allowance just follow that guide okay so after we did that we're going to close out our corners so you want to make sure that the well is sticking out and then you have the little triangle sticking out as well so I'm going to lay that flat if you need to you can pin just take that pin in place so only stitching on that triangle in the well and also the pocket bag do not stitch down the front face note or the lining back to the beginning and also at the end and now we're using five eighths of an inch seam allowance and now the other side okay now the outside I'm going ahead and pin that triangle and well in place and then we'll start from the bottom and go up and now other side you have a nice perfect well okay once you finish your well pockets they should look just like this and this how it looks on the inside all right now we're going to move along to our back lining pieces okay I went ahead and took my back lining pieces and I staged Stitch the neck and also I stayed stitched right here in both corners I'm gonna hand it snip in the corner but I didn't go through my threads so you want to do that on both sides and then once you do that we're going to turn these right sides facing and we're going to pin be sure to pin at your notches and then also right here when you get to the bottom you're going to match up your markings and you're going to pin there so we're going to stitch from the top all the way down till we get to marking right here you want to do that and back stitch now once you do that you want to test your side lining pieces the same way we did the jacket so basically you're gonna pin the sides stitch them down and then once you do that you're gonna attach the front lining piece to the side piece and just like we did the jacket do all of that come back and we'll continue okay now that we have our lining pieces attached to our facing um the next thing you want to do if you wanna you want to stitch for that pleat on your back piece and impress that scene to one side it gives you a little plea right here for your back now put this to the side for just a moment and now you want to grab your upper collar and your college stand and you basically want to test this the same way you did the under color so just pin right here you want to sit this down using 3/8 of an inch seam allowance do that come back and we'll continue okay so after you sew your upper color to your color stand you want to go ahead and test the shoulders for your front and back lining and a front facing and now we're going to pin this so just like we did the under color we're going to attach this the same exact way so you want to pin now head to the machine we're gonna stitch this down using a 5/8 I mean a seam allowance the same way we did our under color to our jacket okay now that we have our upper collar attached to our in lining and our facing we're going to attach this to our jacket so grab your jacket lay it down and we're right sides facing we're going to match up all of our markings and our notches and we're going to pin so first right here at the corner you're going to turn the seam allowance of your facing down and then pain right there and then now paint all the way across the top okay now we're gonna start here add this dot right there at that marking we're gonna go up to the corner pivot across the top pivot again and we're going to end right here on that corner do that come back and we'll continue okay now that we have this stitch down we're going to turn this seam allowance right here up make sure that corners matched up or that appearing right there with our marking is it should meet at the same stitch that the color met but on this side so pinned there and then you want to pin all the way down be sure to match all your notches okay when you get down here to the bottom you want to snip without cutting into your seam and you're basically basically just gonna open that open like that and then pan now we're gonna go to the machine and we're going to stitch using five eighths of an inch seam allowance starting here all the way up we're gonna pivot at the corner and then we're gonna meet up right here you want to do the same thing to the other side okay so once you stitch starting here pivot it and then all the way down we're going to work on the back Vince okay so pay close attention right here right sides facing you want to take your right vent which is right here and you want to match it up just like that and went to the pin so with the right side here you're going to match it up with your back flaps just like this and you just want a pin and then you want to come here match up your notches and then two inches from the edge we're going to stop so you want to put a pin there to indicate where you're going to stop at and then down the left side this right here is the left and then this is the middle of the left you want to place this piece right here so the middle of the lining right here it should match up send a seam at the back of the jacket and you want to pin right there and then now it's gonna look like this and because we snip right there in the corner we're just going to fold this portion down so let me bring this up and I'm a pen and then now this should flush it down just like that make sure you pin here pay attention Asha right there and then just like the other side we're going to measure two inches from the edge just so we know where to put our pin to indicate where we're gonna stop at okay so we're gonna go to the machine and we're going to stitch first on the right side here pivot and in here where the market is two inches before the edge and then on the left side we're going to stitch here pivot and then stitch down here until we get to the two inches before the edge of the lining okay I'm on my right side so I'm going to start from the bottom and I must sew up so back to the beginning and also at the end our seam allowance is 5/8 of an inch are you gonna pivot and you're just gonna continue on till we get to the edge right there okay now we're gonna start on the left side and the left side should pretty much look like this should have like a lot L shape so if I peel this back you should see the seam right here and I'm basically want to start right there so I'm gonna put a pin just to hold it in place back to the beginning and also at the end okay now we're gonna pivot and we're gonna continue all the way down okay now I got to my pan which is two inches away from the edge okay so now that we're back from the machine we're gonna work on our left side which is right here and right here where we stopped that goes that two inches we're going to make a snip right here and now we're going to go to the Machine and we're going to stitch using 1 and 1/2 seam allowance right here at the bottom so I'm measuring out I got my pin where it is and we're just gonna stitch right here do that come back and we'll continue okay next we're going to trim right here enough so we can look like that and then now so it looks like this I just cut off five eighths of an inch away from the seam and then I cut right here where that fold is and then now I'm going to cut again or ingest my back flap but I'm gonna stop 5/8 of an inch away from this seam here so now it should look like this okay so next I'm going to match up both of my seams here and then I'm gonna pin so I'm just pretty much gonna meet the edge of my jacket with the edge of my lining and then the same thing here and you're gonna meet that him of my lining with the hem of my jacket it's gonna look a little awkward but trust me it's gonna work just put a pin right there and it would look like this do this one and then now I'm going to brain I'm gonna keep this folded I'm gonna bring this to the bottom as well just put a pin in it alright and that's gonna look like that for right now and then double don't go over to this side and put my lining hem down to the hem of my jacket just like this so now I'm just going to pin their match up on my seams and match up to him and all of this right here is on the right side and I'm gonna do the same thing I did to the other corner I'm just gonna meet the hems together and get my pin okay now my head to the Machine and I'm just going to do a half inch seam allowance at the hem all the way across to here and then I'm going to do the same thing on this side I'm going to start here and I'm going to finish up right there and this is gonna be a half inch seam allowance okay now I have that half inch seam allowance across the bottom as you can see right here you're gonna take the right side and just fold it up just like this and make sure that it's exactly one and a half inches which is the hem allowance so now go back to the machine and you're just gonna stitch this down using a 5/8 of an inch seam allowance okay now we want to trim all your corners trim your seam allowances up here trim your corners and after we do that we're gonna press it and turn it all right side out through your sleeve opening you want to try to trim the seam allowance down to about 1/4 inch okay go ahead and finish trimming your seam allowance and also all your corners and turn the right side out and give it a good press so once you've trimmed everything you want to turn it right-side out through one of your sleeve hoes and then you'll slowly start to see your blazer come to life remember to use your point Turner just a beautiful that is that could finish all right we're almost done with the mining so next you either take the right vent and place it over the left and just get you a needle and thread and just slip stitch this together right there and just give this a good press also you can tack down the corners here and in here and again right here what does the vent is just tack that down now we're going to take this jacket over to the ironing board and give it a good press we're gonna start working on our sleeves okay now that we have our jacket press we can go ahead and move along to our sleeves so just put this to the side for right now so before we continue you need to go ahead and do two rows or basting stitches and gather a little bit right here in the sleeve just so we can ease into the under sleeve after you do that we're going to attach the under sleeve to the upper sleeve right sides facing you going to pin pH and notches you just gonna do a straight stitch using five a seven inch seam allowance all the way down do that come back and we'll continue alright so now that we stitch this together I went ahead and pressed my singers open and now just going to come here to the hem and we're right sides facing I'm gonna pin now we're just gonna go to the sewing machine and we're going to stitch this down here using a quarter inch seam allowance do that come back and we'll continue alright so after you stitch it you want to give it a good press and turn it right-side out poke the corners out and now we're going to give this a press just like this alright now once you give it a good press don't forget that you need to stay stitch right here in this corner five eighths of an inch away from the edge and then here you're going to do a quarter inch right here and then you're gonna pivot with the corneas and do five eighths of an inch right there now once you do that you want to snip into your corner and in there once you do that we're gonna work on our sleeves lining okay just like a sleeve you want to take the upper sleeve lining and do a little gathering right here two rows a gathering stitch so you can ease it onto this once we get to it and then right here in our corners you want to baste just on that corner right there five eighths of an inch right here and you know quarter-inch right there on that side and then five days of inch on both sides right here and then as you can see I went ahead and I snipped into those so right sides facing you want a pin and then stitch it down using a 5/8 of an inch seam allowance do that come back and we'll continue okay now I went ahead and press my seams open and we're going to make us leave and right sides facing we're gonna play place them over each other so I'm gonna flip this up just like this so we're gonna take the sleeve break it up like this and this middle point right here just going to go right here in the center so just like that and then we're gonna roll this up right here we're gonna pin right there and then now right here we're gonna roll this up to the edge making sure that we line up that seam right there okay now we're gonna stitch this down using a quarter inch seam allowance starting here all the way till we get to right here we're gonna pivot and once we pivot we're gonna do this right here and stop right at that point okay like I said using accordion seam allowance we're gonna backstitch at the beginning and once I get right there we're going to pivot as best we can this is a difficult position right here and continue okay now that we have this dish down we're gonna come over here to this side and we're gonna roll this up and mesh that up right here and we gotta pin there's just pin here now you head over to the Machine and you're gonna stitch this down right here just the edge using a quarter inch seam allowance do that come back and we'll continue okay now we're going to trim a little corner there turn the right side out and now we can go get us a good press okay now that is good impressed now we have to play very close attention so turn it wrong side out like this and separate put the lining at the bottom and put the sleeve at the top basically just gonna turn it over and you want to bring these points right here well you have the snips together being there just like that and then now you're going to put these two together so if you grab it like this you want to fold it like that and then grab it and I head to the machine and just stitch from this point to the end just like that just this part right here know that we have this part stitch down just like that we're going to fold down and close out the sleeve lining so just pin right here and pin it all the way down and stitch it 5/8 of an inch all right so now that we have both sleeves stitched down I went ahead and press them press them open now we could turn to the right side out and once you do that you have a clean finished sleeve that's nicely lined the only other do and just make your buttonholes here and place your buttons and you're done with this part of the sleeve now we're going to attach it to our jacket okay as you can see I have my jacket wrong side out and I went ahead and pull my sleeve back out again and the only thing I do is just make you two rows of basting stitches so you can ease your sleeve cap in now if you're using the shoulder pad now it's the time to put it in you're just gonna place it right here and base it across the top where your show it is I'm not using one because my fabric and the padding that I have is a little bit sturdier so I don't need any additional support but if you are using it now it's the time so now all you have to do you're going to pin is in plays make sure you match up your notches so now once you have it all pin you don't go to the sewing machine you're gonna stitch this down using a quarter inch seam allowance and that the upend is you also want to pin the lining in place too just like that so just repin and stitch all the way around no stitches all the way around using five eighths of an inch seam allowance and then once you do that the only thing else you gonna have to do is roll your lining up just like this do you two rows of basting stitches and then you're gonna take the seam allowance and press it under and once you press it under you're gonna place it right over your sleeve like that and you're gonna hand stitch that in place then you'll be all done with a finished sleeve okay the only other thing to do make sure you do your two bun holes on your left and on the right your two buttons and then last but not least you want to go to the Machine and stitch through all thicknesses right here where this vent line is and you're all done all right we finally completed our fully lined jacket feel free to tag me on instagram and norwich down to four and then till next time see you next so long you

8 thoughts on “SEW-ALONG SIMPLICITY 8962: MEN'S SUIT JACKET”

  1. Norris, On each item you create you come back to us wearing something else…? We want to see you wear what you just made on video. Also it would be nice to see your face during the video and not just you nicely manicured and adorned hands…. ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

  2. Hello Norris, I just watch your TUTORIAL , I love a good TUTORIAL, And you made it easey for, I will be following you,thanks for the lapel, beautifully done๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  3. Hello – I'm a young man relatively new to garment sewing (but not sewing in general) and I'd just like to say: thank you so much for doing these video tutorials. It's hard to find engaging and thorough menswear sewists online but I have been loving what you do. A thousand thank-yous for the inspiration!

  4. Excellent video. This video is very well made and mentions all the problems and solutions you will come in contact with, in making a Men's suit jacket. I now feel like I can make a Men's Suit jacket with your video as a back up if I run into a problem. Thanks so much.

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