Finally, here's the video that shows how I sewed the Velvet Corduroy Stand Collar Peplum Blazer Jacket. As specified in the video, this was a test garment. Some sewing steps may seem confusing or even vary from the instructions you receive with the pattern. Therefore, I recommend following the sewing instructions that come with the pattern. They are much more detailed, and the sewing steps have been organized as efficiently as possible in order to obtain an excellent final result. Also, I don't recommend velvet corduroy for a beginner or intermediate level. My fabric had the ribs arranged diagonally, and I had to improvise. I cut the fabric so that the ribs converged in a V on the center back and in an inverted V on the center front. That led to some unexpected difficulties with the stability of the fabric on one side of the jacket and the collar - to have the ribs horizontal on the back and converged on the front, I cut the outer side of the collar literally on the bias. Furthermore, the hem facing was too bulky, and I had to unstitch it and find another solution. I had to cut a bias strip of lighter fabric and shape it to fit the curved hem of the jacket. In any case, even if I could not film all the steps well, I am generally satisfied with the video but above all with the blazer, because I find it very suitable to wear with a pair of jeans for a casual look - perfect for spring.