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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 100492-1029 (cowl blouse)

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Posted on:5/31/12 11:25 AM


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JEF said... (6/1/12 2:17 PM) Reply
very pretty
petro said... (6/1/12 4:27 AM) Reply
Laurie, Lakaribane has pointed out on my blog that using wider seam allowances, an inch or so, when making a bias cut garment is a good idea, so as to take advantage of the self neatening properties of the bias. I'm going to incorporate this tip the next time I use the pattern.
Margaret said... (6/1/12 4:20 AM) Reply
Great-looking top. The print looks very nice on the bias.
Laurie Lou said... (5/31/12 1:03 PM) Reply
Lovely review for a self drafted top. I too would like to do a bias for this style so your info here was note-worthy for me. I liked the detail on your blog and love the elephant print fabric. Thanks for the review.
 
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