Monday, 29 October 2012

A Green and Brown Wool Tweed Jacket



 This jacket really deserves to be photographed outside...by the ruins of an abandoned croft or by a drystane dyke, sheep grazing nearby and Autumn leaves fluttering from the trees.


 And a lass is gathering firewood...No, she's running towards us, the skirt of her ball gown held up in her arms, trusted wellies on her feet and her wool tweed jacket wrapped around her. There's a chill in the air.



7 comments :

  1. I enjoyed the mental cinema!
    Autumn is gorgeous, and so is your Tweed Jacket!

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    1. Thank you Viktoria...I think I've been spending too much time looking at the Toast catalogue!

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  2. What gorgeous jacket...! Who takes these great moody photographs of you and your work? Wonderful!

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    1. Erin, thank you. And I am responsible for my photographs! I have 10 seconds in which to run in front of the camera and pose. Sometimes they work, most of the time they don't. It is a long, slow process and I, unfortunately, don't spend as much time on them as I maybe should.

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  3. Another beautiful jacket ...I like the long design and am I right if I notice the pockets are getting bigger and bigger? (I think they are great!)

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  4. Once again, thank you for your kind words x

    ...and yes, Marion, these pockets are slightly larger as their seams and seam allowances are visible.

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