The Sewing Lawyer is glad that a couple of readers noticed the little teaser at the very end of her last post. So here are a few more tidbits.
In stash is this luscious pure wool fabric, purchased for me in Italy by a good friend a few years ago. She claims to have forgotten giving it to The Sewing Lawyer. But she did. Anyway, here is an extreme close up view of said fabric (there are about 5 little bumps to the inch so you're looking at about 2.25" worth of fabric).
There are only 2 metres but I can get a suit (jacket and skirt) out of it if I use the pattern for this jacket again.
Pros: It's a real fabric miser; I've got it fitted perfectly, and it's a cute and wearable shape.
So my question. Given that I have dozens of patterns for jackets I have never made, is it wrong to make the same one again?