Yes, you are in the right blog and I did sew a garment! It's nothing to get excited about. This is the Indygo Junction Never the Same Twice Jacket. I made this in January for a shop sample. I was going to teach the jacket in the Spring but we didn't have enough students. It's doing better this month so I needed to get another sample done before class starts Wednesday. This is meant to be a beginner class so don't have any big expectations! LOL! I tried to do different closure details on all 3 jackets that I made.
The fabrics were chose to match two pants that I have for winter. On this side I fused three of the circle motifs on the left front and stitched around the edges with a matching thread. The pocket is made with two 1/2" button holes made about 1/2" apart. the purple tie is sewn to the jacket and each end fed through a button hole and then tied in a bow in front. That pocket is so huge that I will not need to untie the closure to use the pocket! The button is actually a mother-of-pearl button (back up), a purple button and a bead.
It only took a few hours to make this jacket - it's a perfect beginner sewing project. Unfortunately, the Extra Small is still too big. I can wear sweaters under this one!