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Reviewed by:Anniinbc

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Posted on:9/5/09 2:00 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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EleanorSews said... (9/8/09 10:25 AM) Reply
Very pretty. It is fine as is and might have lost something if lined. This version of this type blouse is one of the better ones around though I admit that it took seeing it made up by real people to see that.
Judy Wentz said... (9/6/09 8:35 AM) Reply
Very nice work. Lovely blouse.
Jane S said... (9/6/09 7:38 AM) Reply
Love, love this top. beautiful lines, wonderful fit. I'm adding it to my list as well.
lamstu said... (9/5/09 11:00 PM) Reply
Such a pretty blouse - one giant step above the basic white shirt. You could also wear a camisole underneath if you are worried about it being too sheer. I think you would have lost the floatiness of the fabric if you had underlined it; I ruined a blouse last year by underlining voile with batiste.
Mary Nanna said... (9/5/09 9:35 PM) Reply
You look great in this! Very flattering silhouette.
PegL said... (9/5/09 7:34 PM) Reply
Great looking blouse!
carolynw said... (9/5/09 6:35 PM) Reply
Love this blouse - it looks perfect so don't worry about not using underlining. Next summer you'll get a lot of wear out of this I am sure and as you say - in the Fall you can wear a vest over - or it would look good under a jacket.
Elaine Dougan said... (9/5/09 6:11 PM) Reply
Very nice.
nellc said... (9/5/09 6:06 PM) Reply
Really pretty blouse, your fabric is lovely.
Diane E said... (9/5/09 5:45 PM) Reply
What a beautiful blouse! I love the empire line -- looks lovely on you and you in it.
semiscot said... (9/5/09 4:35 PM) Reply
Beautiful blouse!
Nancy K said... (9/5/09 4:07 PM) Reply
I love the details on this blouse, especially the pleats in back. It fits beautifully and looks lovely on you. You could have underlined it in a light weight cotton batiste, but honestly, it looks fine on you, if not suitable for a Canadian winter!
Dee2 said... (9/5/09 3:29 PM) Reply
Your blouse is so pretty. IMO if you had underlined it you would have lost some of the gorgeous pattern in your fabric which is perfect for this style. I love it just the way you made it.
sheels55 said... (9/5/09 2:53 PM) Reply
Lovely, thanks. I've been intending to make this blouse for ages - OK since May, but anyway, must make it a priority!!!
Michelle L said... (9/5/09 2:48 PM) Reply
Great job! This shirt is on my "to-do" list, too. Beautiful work.
Christas said... (9/5/09 2:43 PM) Reply
Very beautiful blouse! The fabric is lovely.
LollyVee said... (9/5/09 2:41 PM) Reply
I love the sheernis of your fabric. It's spot on with this style. Very pretty!
quixoticpixels said... (9/5/09 2:25 PM) Reply
Very pretty!
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