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Posted on:7/8/07 4:17 PM
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pterion said...
I like this style too. You did a wonderful job with it. The collar looks great!
7/8/07 11:43 PM
cindy-lou said...
Love the striped and the chiffon-- each serves a different purpose, and each is great!
7/8/07 9:53 PM
HawkeMorningStar7 said...
Great shirt, love the stripes...WOW you are almost done...super wardrobe.
7/8/07 7:32 PM
bunz said...
Wow, that was fast! Great looking shirt and kudos for you w putting the collar on :-)
7/8/07 6:41 PM
Hilary said...
Very nice! I like the chiffon one too, it's such a pretty color!
7/8/07 6:39 PM
susinok said...
That is a great striped shirt! Stripes are so much fun, aren't they? The collar works well with it.
7/8/07 6:37 PM
Sherril Miller said...
Your top is cute. The stripes are fun to wear and flattering going in that direction. I'm thinking of using these colors for my next wardrobe next summer as I have so much in my stash.
7/8/07 6:33 PM
RuthieSews said...
Thank you Clare! I do think the 'City Safari' is rather turned into 'Coral and Sandstone' but I love sewing the co-ordinated wardrobe items. I hang them from the bookshelves behind me when I sew, so whenever I pause for a break they are there to inspire me. I put RTW items and accessories there as well. However it does make getting at the books a bit of a problem!
7/8/07 5:51 PM
clare said...
I like shirts in this style. Your addition of a collar works very well! love your wardrobe blog as well! You've inspired me!
7/8/07 5:30 PM
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