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Made In Alaska Reversible Button Front Parka
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Made in Alaska Short Length Pullover Parka
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Made in Alaska Holiday Print Fabric Pullover Parka
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Made in Alaska Solid Color Fabric Pullover Parka
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Made In Alaska Parka with Collar and Matching Trim
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Back of Reversible Parka
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Reversible Parka - Front
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Made In Alaska Reversible Button Front Parka
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Made in Alaska Short Length Pullover Parka
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Made in Alaska Holiday Print Fabric Pullover Parka
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Made in Alaska Solid Color Fabric Pullover Parka
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Made In Alaska Parka with Collar and Matching Trim
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Back of Reversible Parka
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Reversible Parka - Front
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Made In Alaska Reversible Parka Order Form
You may find the MS Word .docx downloadable order form in my Gallery's Scrapbook section, and an online order form link in the description field below the parka picture.
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Introduction
Greetings! Since opening this DeviantArt page in 2012 I look forward to showcasing reversible parkas, custom sewn, and available with the "Made In Alaska" logo.  Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in a custom sewn "Made In Alaska" reversible parka. Thank you! Annie Corrine Bailey, Owner Goldenline View, Incorporation 1369 North Becker Ridge Road Fairbanks, AK 99709 www.goldenlineview.com (907) 378-2991/cell ezgoldenline@gmail.com
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goldenlineProfessional Artisan Crafter
This video shows me, the Alaskan artist, modeling my first reversible parka which I had custom sewn. This parka was eventually accepted as an original item for a Made In Alaska permit. It was during this time that I had taken the opportunity to present this parka to my first recipient from Hawaii who, as a coworker and new found friend visiting in Alaska, had suggested to me that a reversible parka is an appropriate Alaskan gift; and it was at my request as an Alaskan friend that I had received this response.

I, first, and then my friend had said, "Kona," Hawaii, the Big Island on the western coast near Kona International Airport where the parka was presented, November 9, 2009.

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