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Pattern Reviews> Vogue Patterns> 2677 (NYNY collection- FlouncedDress)

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Reviewed by:Barbara V
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Posted on:9/28/09 4:21 PM
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Ann Smith said... (11/1/09 3:55 PM) Reply
I missed this review when I was out of town last time. I love these tops.... I must get to making one.
sew2little said... (10/1/09 0:04 AM) Reply
What a beautiful pair you are in your beautiful blouses! M.
Amanda S. said... (9/30/09 9:14 AM) Reply
These are super cute and very RTW looking. Too bad it's OOP, because you are right, all the ruffles are very popular currently. What a sweet momma you are to make one for your daughter!
Terri A said... (9/30/09 3:25 AM) Reply
Beautiful job!
carnelian said... (9/29/09 8:50 PM) Reply
So elegant, so gorgeous, so wearable. I've been thinking about this pattern all summer.
LindsayT said... (9/29/09 12:05 PM) Reply
Really nice. Love that color.
Jali said... (9/29/09 11:48 AM) Reply
Both of the blouses are lovely! I would never have guessed your version was made from linen. It looks so elegant!
Barbara V said... (9/29/09 9:31 AM) Reply
Thank you all for the comments! CynthiaSue, The skirt is store purchased. It is also a linen garment cut on the bias. Over time the fabric has become very soft and comfortable - a favorite to wear. Too bad you just gave your pattern to good will. You could shop their store and buy it back for 50 cents!
carolynw said... (9/29/09 9:21 AM) Reply
Two georgeous women and two gorgeous blouses. Love your sewing room - wished mine looked so organized - sigh
Fran G said... (9/29/09 7:29 AM) Reply
Your tops are so lovely..I love both! Shows how different fabric can change the look from casual to dressy. Thanks for the review.
KiarasMom said... (9/29/09 4:25 AM) Reply
Simply gorgeous! Both tops are lovely. I've been searching for a nice flounce top pattern and think that I actually have this one (ah, the advantages of being a pattern hoarder!). Thanks for the reminder and inspiration!!
Sew tell me said... (9/29/09 3:23 AM) Reply
I love these tops. I also like how you have your thread all nice and neat.
CynthiaSue said... (9/29/09 0:39 AM) Reply
omigosh, i just gave this pattern to the good will!! crap!! this is so gorgeous! Did you make the skirt too?
sewbehind said... (9/28/09 10:41 PM) Reply
Very nice. The lines on this pattern are lovely.
CharityAK said... (9/28/09 9:23 PM) Reply
Very chic! How fun that you both get one! :) Prevents her from borrowing yours as well. :)
Heatherrique said... (9/28/09 9:04 PM) Reply
Fun and beautiful pics of you and your daughter modeling your new Vogue tops! You both are fabulous in flounces!
Elona said... (9/28/09 8:23 PM) Reply
Too cute! Your linen version is awfully pretty. I remember Marcy Tilton in one of her seminars talking about how well linen took to a bias cut.
Re Becca said... (9/28/09 7:13 PM) Reply
You make that look so elegant and classy!
DorothyK said... (9/28/09 6:36 PM) Reply
Two beautiful blouses for two beautiful women. I love the femininity of the flounces. Beautiful job.
Christas said... (9/28/09 6:03 PM) Reply
Both tops are absolutely beautiful! You and your daughter are beautiful too!
Lori V said... (9/28/09 4:59 PM) Reply
Beautiful tops, the flounces are such a pretty accent.
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