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Pattern Reviews> Loes Hinse Designs> 5204 (Italian Blouse)

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Reviewed by:Ann Smith
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Posted on:3/3/03 10:03 PM

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Modiste Madness said...
I always enjoy your reviews Ann. We have a lot of the same patterns but you have sewn more of them than I have. :) I just bought this pattern yesterday so this one is especially timely. It is always nice to have somone give a "heads-up" in such detail.
3/3/03 10:14 PM
Barbara H said...
Ann - beautiful. I had the wonderful pleasure of meeting Loes Hinse last weekend. She is one is awesome lady! It was pleasure meeting her. The blouse is beautiful!
3/3/03 10:25 PM
CatherineN said...
You chose such pretty fabric and the buttons match so well. It looks nice on you. Sorry it was such a bear to sew.
3/3/03 10:37 PM
Lisa Laree said...
You can't tell from the photo that you had problems sewing it! I'll definitely remember your tips when I get around to making this one!
3/3/03 10:49 PM
mudcat said...
Ann, I think it looks very nice. I like the fabric but I can't quite tell what the objects are.
3/3/03 11:34 PM
Ann Smith said...
Mudcat: the "objects" are various household things like vegetables, shoes, plants, plates, etc. with each named in lettering. Barbara: I also enjoyed meeting Loes in November at a class and again at her boutique. She is very stimulating and inspires one to sew.
3/3/03 11:40 PM
Rustybobn said...
Love the blouse, Ann. What is that lace-up garment that you are wearing with it? Did you make it too?
3/4/03 5:27 PM
Ann Smith said...
Rustybobn: the lace up garment is a suede skirt, purchased at rock bottom price at Marshall's. It's hard to resist something priced way below what it would cost to sew it!
3/4/03 7:02 PM
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