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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 9516 (Maternity top)

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Posted on:8/1/07 1:51 PM
Last Updated:8/7/07 10:41 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 1 people   
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Heatherrique said... (8/8/07 1:43 AM) Reply
Cute, comfy, and still a trendy top!
Mufffet said... (8/7/07 4:02 PM) Reply
Nice job! I do like the fit you have there and the fabric is cute!
TanyaMT said... (8/7/07 12:39 PM) Reply
I like your new print; it looks great with the denim/blues.
kim*brown said... (8/2/07 7:08 PM) Reply
Comfy! Nice job and congrats!
TalyQ said... (8/2/07 2:38 AM) Reply
Thank you Tanya, for your tip. And I chose this pattern because it was the least "tent-like" among my patterns =). This is the first time I did a maternity top from a pattern. I think I will compare this pattern to my regular t-shirt pattern and make adjustments from there.
TanyaMT said... (8/1/07 9:55 PM) Reply
Nice top. I like the blue binding you used. Regarding the back, a lot of the big 4 widen the back pieces considerably in maternity tops while Ottobre, etc., don't. I personally find the ones with regular backs fit much much better as really most of the extra space needed is in the front, not the back. That could be some of the problem also depending on how it is drafted.
khurtdvm said... (8/1/07 8:27 PM) Reply
Nice job! I agree that you probably need to narrow the back. But, hey! It's a good starting point!
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