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When you're just getting started with the 1945 pattern, you might just make the jacket again without the collar. It opens up the neckline and/or you can add a button and loop closing to the top lapel peak for a wrapped neckline. Here patch pockets were placed between the middle front and side panels at the top and onseam pockets are hidden in the same panels at the hipline.
As you begin converting the jacket, this peony tweed has black silk organza trim outlining the front edges, pockets, and sleeves. The lapels were cut away and the neckline slighly angled for the v-neckline, then the overlap was removed. Small square dressmaker hooks are used to close the front edges.

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