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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 03-2007-103B (Tunic)

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Posted on:4/30/07 8:34 AM

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alviana said...
beautiful! love the colorful look
12/22/08 2:02 AM
majnets3s said...
I liked that pattern too but the fabric makes it just wonderfull!!
5/3/07 6:51 AM
yummymummy38 said...
love the fabric and the contrasting bands on your top.
5/2/07 1:27 AM
MichelleE said...
Great job! I'm working on the same top myself. I wondered what it would look like done in a knit, now I know!
5/1/07 12:00 PM
Dmd4106 said...
Fabulous fabric. I like the length on yr tunic.
5/1/07 1:39 AM
jnamcd said...
Great top!
5/1/07 0:18 AM
Heatherrique said...
What a breathtaking blouse!
4/30/07 9:54 PM
OP Gal said...
Beautiful top. That large scale fabric made up beautifully in a top. Great job and great review.
4/30/07 8:11 PM
zazzie said...
That is one nice top ! I love the fabric.
4/30/07 6:21 PM
Erica B. said...
Love that top and your choice of fabric.
4/30/07 4:45 PM
nicegirl said...
That is fab! I love your colors. And somebody is looking very skinny these days.
4/30/07 4:24 PM
squirrellypoo said...
Linda - I made the sleeves as directed with the usual 5/8 inch seam allowance. And I can't see why you wouldn't be able to use a side zipper, frankly... But yeah, lengthening it to a dress is a great idea, I can't wait to see yours!
4/30/07 1:27 PM
Linda G said...
I love your top, you did a great for a couple of questions...I was worried about the sleeves...yours look so much better than the pictures on the modes...did you make yours a little narrower by taking a bigger side seam on the sleeve portion? I was thinking about lengthening the top for a dress would that work with the way the pleats are in the front...I was thinking of a fairly straight skirt. I was thinking of sewing in a "dickie" I guess that would be a triangle because I know it would be too low and I had a dress once that had one of them that buttoned in. I was thinking of putting an invisible zipper on the side of a woven dress would that work? If I have you answer enough of my muslin will be wearable!!! Thanks for your great review.
4/30/07 1:01 PM
colormefun said...
it looks great sewed in the middle! and cool pic!
4/30/07 12:43 PM
Christina Sonja said...
Thanks for the important tip about the low v-neck. Looks great on you!
4/30/07 12:10 PM
Levone said...
I love your top! I've been wanting to make this one up since I first saw it in the magazine.
4/30/07 12:02 PM
Soliel said...
It's adorable. That's weird how low the neckline is.
4/30/07 11:07 AM
F and L said...
That is darling! I love that you used a knit with it. What great fabric.
4/30/07 10:38 AM
MissCelie said...
Just stunning! I felt nothing for it in the mag, but looove your version.
4/30/07 9:31 AM
frame said...
Your top looks great.
4/30/07 9:27 AM
GorgeousFabrics said...
Oh I just love that fabric! Great job on your new top.
4/30/07 8:36 AM
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