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Pattern Reviews> Macphee sewing workshop> 417 (Layerd look skirt and top)

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Posted on:7/22/12 12:26 PM


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CCQ said...
Very cute!
7/22/12 12:45 PM
portercs said...
Great job!. I really like your fabric combinations.
7/22/12 1:04 PM
Sherril Miller said...
I love your mix and match combination. It's just right for summer.
7/22/12 3:37 PM
Heatherrique said...
I like the fascinating artistry of your dress! You wear all styles wonderfully.
7/22/12 4:11 PM
Dilliander said...
What an interesting and fun dress with lots of variations. It looks great on you.
7/22/12 5:41 PM
Nan Kay said...
I think it is great, especially B and C. Great look.
7/23/12 9:18 AM
sewnaomi said...
I think the outfit has a nice shape. Looks like a fun pattern.
7/23/12 11:01 AM
shef said...
very nice
7/24/12 11:58 AM
Ashford said...
I did not know of the MacPhee patterns. I like the creative options. The company is a nice match for your personal creativity. You did an excellent job of balancing the various hem lengths of top and skirts to flatter your shape. Thank you for the useful details you added to your review.
7/27/12 12:42 PM
Baja Susana said...
This looks lovely on you, and the colors are wonderful. One question, with three skirts, is there a lot of bulk at the waist?
8/11/12 12:13 PM
JEF said...
There really isn't bulk at the waist...but there could be! In my case, the knits are thin and I sewed clear elastic to the inside edge of each waistband. There is no casing, no doubled over fabric. It doesn't look as bad as you might think b/c the elastic scrunches up the top edge and it looks sort of decorative. Still, this is definitely a "shirt out" outfit.
8/12/12 9:13 AM
 
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