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Posted on:1/30/07 11:47 PM
Last Updated:1/30/07 11:47 PM


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OP Gal said...
So sorry it didn't work out, because it's a beautiful vest.
1/31/07 8:01 PM
j222b said...
The seams ARE interesting. Gives one some ideas on different ways a kimono could be cut out (especially the back interest). Thanks.
1/31/07 3:50 PM
Vicky J said...
Hi Sue, Maybe you could think of this as more of a costume. I'm thinking if you add some slim black pants and a black turtleneck you'd be all set for a costume party as a member of the Starship Enterprise! Don't forget your communicator (ie. gold triangle-shaped pin)
1/31/07 3:20 PM
carolynw said...
Sorry this didn't work out as you planned - lovely fabric - hope you can re-invent. Like your positive attitude to a pattern that did not work for you.
1/31/07 9:57 AM
Kathi R said...
Sue, you made me laugh out loud with the comment about alterations that would make you want to wear the vest.....I have been there too! Sorry to hear that this beautifully made garment isn't going to be a functioning part of your wardrobe...but it is very pretty. Thanks for the review.
1/31/07 0:28 AM
 
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