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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Woman Magazine> 05-2009-6 (Warm'n cozy roll-neck top)

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Reviewed by:Marie-Claude
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Posted on:9/5/09 10:35 AM
Last Updated:9/5/09 10:38 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 


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Carolyndh said... (9/25/09 5:10 PM) Reply
Love your top! I think I will make one just like it tonight.
Sherril Miller said... (9/9/09 5:12 PM) Reply
Love those sleeve flounces. What a great wardrobe piece.
Marie-Claude said... (9/7/09 3:59 AM) Reply
@brissie71: actually no, I didn't make any fit alterations. Ottobre tops usually fit me pretty well right out of the box. However when I look at the picture, I see that the seam where the sleeves attach to the shoulder is pretty low on my arm (and I thought I had broad shoulders!) So I might remove a few cm from the lenght of the shoulder seam next time.
brissie71 said... (9/6/09 11:52 AM) Reply
Another lovely shirt. Ddi you make any fit alterations? This one fits really well, too.
Speech girl said... (9/5/09 9:13 PM) Reply
Your top looks very nice and warm and cozy. Thanks for the review!
cmarie12 said... (9/5/09 1:19 PM) Reply
Cute top - I really like the cuffs/flounces!
Steffie said... (9/5/09 11:36 AM) Reply
Thanks for the review of these tops. My copy just arrived last week and I was thinking of making this top. I like the flounces but wonder if they would be in the way... maybe on a 3/4 length sleeve...?
Izzie said... (9/5/09 11:23 AM) Reply
Nice job! I was skeptical about those flounces too, I think I will definitely leave them off.
 
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