The Tara, a ladies tailored jacket sewing pattern, is exquisitely tailored and lined, with a nipped in waist and tie belt, and feminine visual interest.
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Tara: Feminine and Frilly Tailored Jacket

Tara means “where the kings meet” in Irish. It is a place of rocky hills and the name of the plantation in Gone with the Wind. The name is beautifully poetic and brings to mind undulating waves of windswept hills. This ladies’ tailored jacket sewing pattern is a beautiful creation. Fit for royalty, it features its very own version of rolling waves: the frill added to the front lapel.

Tara: SO Much More than Just a Blazer

This Tara is so much more than just a blazer for women. She is exquisitely tailored and lined, with a nipped in waist and tie belt, cuff vents, pockets, and incredibly feminine visual interest.

Dress Tara up with a beautiful skirt or dress, or wear her casual with jeans. She is an heirloom quality piece.

The Tara, a ladies tailored jacket sewing pattern, is exquisitely tailored and lined, with a nipped in waist and tie belt, and feminine visual interest.

Are you looking for that IT item? That x factor garment that completes and complements everything in your wardrobe?

Well, this sewing pattern gives you something special. Fancier fabrics will give you the ideal jacket to wear to a wedding or an event. Pair Tara with a Peggy, a Paige or even a pair of Slim Fit Cargos (without the pockets), a beautiful top and a pair of magnificent heels. Softer, more casual fabric worn with jeans, a cami and a pair of ballet pumps or sneakers is the perfect blend of feminine charm and street chic.

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The Tara, a ladies tailored jacket sewing pattern, is exquisitely tailored and lined, with a nipped in waist and tie belt, and feminine visual interest.

About Bronwyn Westmore

I am a massive word nerd and English is my first love; reading books and collecting dictionaries rank quite high on my To Do List (after sewing aaaaalllll the things, obviously).My favourite dinosaur is a Thesaurus, I'm a firm believer in the Oxford comma, and I think it's nice that Voldemort always waited until the end of the school year to launch an attack on Harry. Despite all his flaws, Voldemort obviously cared about education.I'm a work-from-home dog mom (Harry Potter and Dark Vega) and I basically live on social media, write a bunch of stuff, and drink copious amounts of tea.Sewing and social media in one beautiful package are my happy place!

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