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Posted on:3/29/14 1:06 AM
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Vogue Patterns: 7587 by acmena  Vogue Patterns: 7587 by acmena  
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mrsdoc said... (4/23/14 11:06 AM) Reply
Inspiring! You did beautiful work on a nice "classic"! Thank you for all the detailed information and the pattern envelope to see - very helpful. I'm surprised you didn't make a muslin first, it's such a nice fitting job! Congratulations and thank you for the inspiration...
tputsche said... (4/9/14 0:26 AM) Reply
Beautiful job!
Mimi O said... (4/8/14 8:50 AM) Reply
Turned out very nice!
Margaret said... (4/6/14 11:47 AM) Reply
Lovely work and great fit!
acmena said... (4/4/14 7:34 PM) Reply
Thankyou everyone for your kind comments. I've scanned the pattern envelope and added it for those interested. A couple of comments referred to my pressing. I do take particular care with it. I always press a seam flat as sewn first, to set the stitches and I NEVER sew across an unpressed seam. It does make a difference.
j Renee Design said... (4/4/14 2:58 PM) Reply
What a lovely, perfect looking blouse. Better than RTW!
tiadia said... (4/3/14 12:22 PM) Reply
What a perfect fit on this shirt!
materialgirl1950 said... (4/1/14 12:47 PM) Reply
Excellent job! Shows precision sewing.
annem54 said... (3/31/14 11:09 AM) Reply
Lovely blouse. I aspire towards such perfection!
hopflower said... (3/31/14 10:08 AM) Reply
This project is just pristine! Absolutely sharp and gorgeous. Great job!
Ms. Monica G said... (3/30/14 8:31 PM) Reply
Your results are truly amazing!
linda 75142 said... (3/30/14 5:40 PM) Reply
Perfect fit! Beautiful sewing!
GrammaSewn said... (3/30/14 4:56 PM) Reply
You NAILED it!
ASiverson said... (3/30/14 11:19 AM) Reply
Wonderful job! Gorgeous shirt. TFS!
threaddy said... (3/30/14 11:19 AM) Reply
Looks far superior than any RTW I've seen. Bravo...standing ovation.
canei said... (3/30/14 10:03 AM) Reply
AWESOME!!!! AWESOME!!!! AWESOME!!!! I am a sucker for a white blouse/shirt...:-)
Ginger S. said... (3/30/14 9:34 AM) Reply
Beautiful blouse!!! The link to the pattern does not work. I'd love to see which one it is, the one I found online does not match the lines of your blouse. I need this pattern... :)
wildberrymom said... (3/30/14 2:48 AM) Reply
Stunning shirt--great fit and construction!
Mary Nanna said... (3/30/14 1:17 AM) Reply
the fit on that is just amazing - what a great looking blouse!
SusiM said... (3/30/14 0:54 AM) Reply
Absolutely perfect fit achieved.
SewLibra said... (3/30/14 0:48 AM) Reply
Like everyone else says, it's perfect! The seams, collar, sleeves, fit...everything! Awesome.
JuliN said... (3/30/14 0:20 AM) Reply
Perfect fit and perfectly sewn. Thanks for sharing.
TJSEWS said... (3/29/14 11:15 PM) Reply
Great fit. Love it!
Baja Susana said... (3/29/14 10:46 PM) Reply
Like everyone else said, perfect, well-fitting, crisp, beautifully sewn. Good job!
CallMeSu said... (3/29/14 10:00 PM) Reply
very very sharp! a cleanness to aspire to! lovely shirt.
portercs said... (3/29/14 5:50 PM) Reply
What a beautifully sewn blouse!!!! Congrats.
Sew Whatever said... (3/29/14 5:18 PM) Reply
This is a very classy blouse. Lovely
Judy Kski said... (3/29/14 5:11 PM) Reply
This blouse fits perfectly. Nice job all around.
Sheseams said... (3/29/14 5:02 PM) Reply
ooohhhh! :-)
MrsCharisma said... (3/29/14 4:15 PM) Reply
WOW. This is seriously perfect!!!!
Danmar said... (3/29/14 3:34 PM) Reply
This is so well made! And so well- pressed! I'm impressed!
AndreaSews said... (3/29/14 3:24 PM) Reply
Perfect white shirt, beautiful.
bes said... (3/29/14 2:34 PM) Reply
Beautiful blouse, beautiful work.
marec said... (3/29/14 1:13 PM) Reply
My gosh, that's beautiful!
Christas said... (3/29/14 12:36 PM) Reply
Beautiful work! Your new blouse fits you so perfectly, too!
Barbara3 said... (3/29/14 11:44 AM) Reply
Just perfect on you. So skillfully done too.
carolynw said... (3/29/14 11:20 AM) Reply
Perfectly sewn - a real treat for the eyes! Great work
sophronia said... (3/29/14 10:34 AM) Reply
Another of many gorgeous blouses you've sewn.
clumsyFingers said... (3/29/14 9:20 AM) Reply
Very impressive. I'll have to try your method of interfacing, too. The results are so beautiful.
jannw said... (3/29/14 9:20 AM) Reply
Beautiful blouse!!
mending maven said... (3/29/14 8:00 AM) Reply
Wonderful workmanship! Impeccable!
acmena said... (3/29/14 7:38 AM) Reply
Thanks for the kind comments. I agree whole heartedly with sewingcanary re the use of interfacing. I note also that the other review for this pattern number is not the same pattern. Although an OOP, its definitely classed as a shirt and is much more recent.
FreyaStark said... (3/29/14 5:03 AM) Reply
Fabulous! A cool, crisp perfectly fitting blouse, beautifully made.
Quickie said... (3/29/14 4:08 AM) Reply
Fresh and crisp for summer ., you did a great job with this blouse
brandywine said... (3/29/14 2:13 AM) Reply
That blouse is so sharp it could cut someone! Amazing! Ps. Gardams fabric is just the loveliest.
sewingcanary said... (3/29/14 2:08 AM) Reply
Ah… finally… someone who does their interfacing the way I do. I’ve never understood why traditionally interfaced pieces are the hidden pieces (undercollar, outer stand, facing etc.). It never made sense to me unless you used iron-on interfacing that risks puckering and the like. I prefer sew-in for most things. I like to put it on the side that shows on collar, band, or whatever. It provides a stable underlay of the top layer and keeps it taut and smooth. It also hides seam allowances which can be a real blessing on lighter weight fabrics. Beautiful blouse – lovely, rich fabric and perfect fit. A WINNER!
marjieco said... (3/29/14 1:14 AM) Reply
amazing pressing, sewing, and fit. beautiful job.
 
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