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Date: 2/22/14 3:06 PM

Here

Nothing really up my alley...then I saw shorts and was all, yay!! Then I saw this:



That is just silly.

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Date: 2/22/14 3:52 PM

I like that poncho thing, but I hardly need a pattern for it.

And those shorts. Really.
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Date: 2/22/14 3:55 PM

I hope she has a strong bladder. No getting out of them in a hurry.

I liked a couple of the dresses but the photos don't do a lot of the garments justice.



I wouldn't wear that sleeve.

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Date: 2/22/14 4:09 PM

Ok, that does not even make sense.

I like a couple of the tops.

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Date: 2/22/14 4:19 PM

I like the little girl's skort pattern that has some fullness, also 6915 because it is an easy pullover.

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Date: 2/22/14 4:31 PM

True about pics vs drawings. That 6927 is tempting as I like woven "tees" and it has cup sizes. But the sleeve looks very strained on both models.

There are LOTS of cute kids patterns

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Date: 2/22/14 6:50 PM

My daughter and I both love 6919, the longer length with the ruffle.
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Date: 2/22/14 7:59 PM

I like M6925 the sleeveless hi/low blouse. It looks like it would be great for leggings.

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Date: 2/22/14 8:25 PM

My personal favorite out of this batch is the pattern for the chicken/rooster/chick pincushions. For some reason, I find them absolutely hilarious and I may break down and order that one. And I normally hate chicken/rooster things. I'm chuckling just thinking about it.

Here's the link

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Date: 2/23/14 1:19 AM

6929... isn't that a take on the Eileen Fisher top discussed in this thread from last year?. The photos are no longer on the Eileen Fisher web site linked from the first post but someone copied the photos into the first page of the thread.

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