The Never Ending Story of A Good Old Jacket

Posted: December 30, 2013 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time, Lace
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OMC and his renovated jacketHere’s Old Man Crow wearing his well worn denim jacket resplendent with lots of spider web stitching!
jacket-detailthe corner where the pocket is attached was very thin and required blanket stitched sutures to hold the cloth together, it’s over 30 years old!
sleeve-and-toolsthose little scissors and that fine crochet hook have been invaluable !
the biggest hole was in the right hand sleeve so I turned it into needle lace, the lace lessons in Karen Ruane’s Simply Stitch 3 course have really come in handy!
sleeve-detaildetail of the other sleeve
sleeve-detail-2I love the Old Man Crow’s beautiful wrists!
wrist

Comments
  1. blackgeiger says:

    I hope Old Man Crow likes it as much as everyone in comments!

  2. deanna7trees says:

    ah…just love how you mended…creating such interesting sections of stitch and lace. and i just love those glasses.

  3. Very fetching, love the detailed stitching

  4. Patricia says:

    mended with such love–and kudos on the glasses.

    • Mo Crow says:

      Old Man Crow came home from the pub all excited with a vision of those glasses dancing in his head a few weeks ago, he was thinking of something with jam jar lids held together with rivets and wrapped wire so I found those glasses & he’s stoked!

  5. Martine Bos says:

    i love the way you beautified the jacket……..it will only become more interesting as time passes.
    Wish you a peacefull new years eve………….

    • Mo Crow says:

      Hi Martine, thanks for the good words, it’s New Year’s Day here in the Land Down Under and the New Moon just moved into Capricorn time to get back to work!

  6. if you ever get tired of that Old Man, you could send him my way…. i can just imagine him
    sitting here looking at me like that…..

  7. Susan C says:

    I like this SO much, Mo! and Happy New Year!!

  8. karen says:

    love what you have done here Mo and you have perfectly illustrated the interchangeable use of stitch!!

  9. He certainly has the most custom-made, one-of-a-kind jacket ever! I love what you’ve done here!

  10. Nancy says:

    Such delicate stitching! wonderful.

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