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Posted on:6/4/03 3:46 PM
Last Updated:6/6/03 10:52 AM

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Ann C said... (6/7/03 5:44 PM) Reply
I clicked on the R-E-S-P-E-C-T link. LOL!
guillorypr said... (6/7/03 5:07 PM) Reply
Fantastic! I should try this as well.
Tessa said... (6/6/03 12:46 PM) Reply
Cindyann: Did you fuse the tape on the folding line for your neck and armhole edge, or only in the hem allowance?
Ginger said... (6/6/03 11:16 AM) Reply
CindyAnn, I really like that tank. However, I'm having trouble getting my mind around how you folded the original top. Would it be possible for you to take a quick photo? I'm sorry. I have spatial relationship problems which makes sewing very, very interesting at times.
maybbm said... (6/6/03 11:06 AM) Reply
Wow!! So fast!! I am going to try out your pattern on my rayon knit, of course with appropriate modifications. Thank you very much.
cindyann said... (6/6/03 10:58 AM) Reply
There you go M&M. I added the pics above.
maybbm said... (6/5/03 6:17 PM) Reply
CindyAnn, do you mind taking a photo of your pattern pieces and sharing it with the rest of us? The top looks divine!!
Debbie Spriggs said... (6/5/03 4:01 PM) Reply
Speech girl said... (6/5/03 2:10 AM) Reply
Great job! The tank turned out beautifully!
Karla Kizer said... (6/4/03 11:49 PM) Reply
That tank looks wonderful. Nice job!
cindyann said... (6/4/03 6:34 PM) Reply
ahem........think I'l stop now before it get's even more embarrassing.
cindyann said... (6/4/03 6:33 PM) Reply
ahem........think I'l stop now before it get's even more embarassing.
cindyann said... (6/4/03 6:31 PM) Reply
wow, can you tell my little ones were bugging me with that last response. No very articulate. :(
Lisette said... (6/4/03 5:56 PM) Reply
Great top! I love the style!
cindyann said... (6/4/03 5:24 PM) Reply
No Lou, I traced around both front and back after folding center front and center back. Then placed them both pieces on the fold to cut out. Sorry if I wasn't very clear on that. I just made a two piece pattern.
Lou. said... (6/4/03 4:58 PM) Reply
Great tank top! Did you use the same piece for the back and front?
Dale C said... (6/4/03 4:56 PM) Reply
Oooo! this came out real nice Cindyann. I love the cut of that tank... sleek and sexy with lots of coverage. Can I copy that style too? :)
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