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Posted on:9/5/09 2:00 PM

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EleanorSews said...
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.
9/8/09 10:25 AM
Judy Wentz said...
Very nice work. Lovely blouse.
9/6/09 8:35 AM
Jane S said...
Love, love this top. beautiful lines, wonderful fit. I'm adding it to my list as well.
9/6/09 7:38 AM
lamstu said...
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.
9/5/09 11:00 PM
Mary Nanna said...
You look great in this! Very flattering silhouette.
9/5/09 9:35 PM
PegL said...
Great looking blouse!
9/5/09 7:34 PM
carolynw said...
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.
9/5/09 6:35 PM
Elaine Dougan said...
Very nice.
9/5/09 6:11 PM
nellc said...
Really pretty blouse, your fabric is lovely.
9/5/09 6:06 PM
Diane E said...
What a beautiful blouse! I love the empire line -- looks lovely on you and you in it.
9/5/09 5:45 PM
semiscot said...
Beautiful blouse!
9/5/09 4:35 PM
Nancy K said...
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!
9/5/09 4:07 PM
Dee2 said...
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.
9/5/09 3:29 PM
sheels55 said...
Lovely, thanks. I've been intending to make this blouse for ages - OK since May, but anyway, must make it a priority!!!
9/5/09 2:53 PM
Michelle L said...
Great job! This shirt is on my "to-do" list, too. Beautiful work.
9/5/09 2:48 PM
Christas said...
Very beautiful blouse! The fabric is lovely.
9/5/09 2:43 PM
LollyVee said...
I love the sheernis of your fabric. It's spot on with this style. Very pretty!
9/5/09 2:41 PM
quixoticpixels said...
Very pretty!
9/5/09 2:25 PM
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