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Pattern Reviews> Other> Merckwaerdigh B1 (Bodysuit)

Review submitted in The One Yard Challenge Contest
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Posted on:5/11/12 2:24 AM
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clothingengineer said... (1/25/13 1:22 PM) Reply
This is simply gorgeous!
valkyrie01 said... (5/16/12 0:07 AM) Reply
OMG this is so beautiful! I LOVE IT! :-D
Sarsez said... (5/13/12 10:27 PM) Reply
Very pretty and combinations of fabrics. Thorough review as always. Congrats on your entry.
Mrs4Him said... (5/12/12 5:55 PM) Reply
very nice
Sandi S said... (5/12/12 9:11 AM) Reply
very professional results
facesunderwater said... (5/12/12 8:54 AM) Reply
facesunderwater said... (5/12/12 8:54 AM) Reply
cmcarr said... (5/12/12 0:52 AM) Reply
ASiverson said... (5/11/12 9:33 PM) Reply
Very pretty and great job! Wear it in health!
katlew03 said... (5/11/12 8:17 PM) Reply
Wow!!! I am truly impressed that you made this with one yard of fabric. What a terrific job.
treefrog said... (5/11/12 8:06 PM) Reply
Thanks for the great feedback. I've traced out the small size pattern last night ready for v2. Renren - I've updated the review with a link to the Etsy site. The lace was from Elingeria and you can get the patterns there too.
jannw said... (5/11/12 5:38 PM) Reply
Very pretty!! What a great test run...thanx for the info on the instructions and pattern matching!!
SavageCoco said... (5/11/12 1:00 PM) Reply
Rock on with your bad self.
squirrellypoo said... (5/11/12 12:07 PM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous!! I should really start making my own bodysuits, as all the RTW ones are too short in the torso for me and are uncomfortable. Yours is so pretty, too! Great lace placement!
cerulean said... (5/11/12 11:29 AM) Reply
Very lovely! The teal and white lace is gorgeous!
khurtdvm said... (5/11/12 10:30 AM) Reply
Gorgeous! You must feel very luxurious when you wear it!
ArtAttack said... (5/11/12 9:50 AM) Reply
Beautiful job! What a luscious addition to your lingerie drawer!
RadarRadiance said... (5/11/12 9:40 AM) Reply
Very pretty! Love the lace you used, great job.
Sigrid. said... (5/11/12 9:04 AM) Reply
Beautiful, what a lovely piece.
JTink said... (5/11/12 8:29 AM) Reply
renren said... (5/11/12 7:32 AM) Reply
Oh, beautiful! I am so impressed!. Good going! I recognize the lace from your recent bra/panty projects. Were you able to buy the stretch lace locally or was it a mail order resource? Also, what is your source for the Merckwaerdigh patterns? I think someone recently (clothingengineer?) had given an etsy vendor. Please do wear this happily! So lovely.
Margaret said... (5/11/12 5:01 AM) Reply
Very pretty! The fabric/lace combination looks great. Hope the next version works out well and you can get the cup size perfected... seems like that is always a bit of a guessing game.
HDWen said... (5/11/12 4:12 AM) Reply
Simply Beautiful! The black fabric with blue/black lace will help after you get the bra sizing - Nice to know the larger didn't seam to match :-) Great Job and love the lace accents!
Dilliander said... (5/11/12 3:06 AM) Reply
Wow, what a great use of 1 yard of fabric. This is beautiful and will be so lovely to wear!
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