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Reviewed by:Annette Wright
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Posted on:10/27/09 4:00 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 5 people    Very Helpful by 13 people   
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PattypanVI said... (7/5/14 12:07 PM) Reply
Also want to use a non-stretch fabric to make a cover-up. Appreciate what you had to say about that.
Sue Parrott said... (11/4/11 5:55 PM) Reply
Wow, so pretty! I just purchsed this pattern and had to check out prior reviews. :)
elsew said... (2/14/10 11:16 AM) Reply
I am about ready to cut this one out. Glad to hear from your comments that other fabrics could be a consideration for this garment.
elsew said... (2/14/10 11:16 AM) Reply
I am about ready to cut this one out. Glad to hear from your comments that other fabrics could be a consideration for this garment.
Em's Summer said... (10/31/09 6:24 PM) Reply
Looks very cute and comfy! Great job!
TessKwiltz said... (10/29/09 5:21 PM) Reply
Yet another example of a totally uninspiring pattern envelope turned into an amazing success! You look mahvelous! That fabric is just gorgeous.
barbcl said... (10/28/09 10:53 AM) Reply
Looks great, toasty, and festive!
Jane S said... (10/28/09 7:42 AM) Reply
You look fantastic in this jacket. I was wearing a similarly styled RTW sweater yesterday and thinking I could make one and here you are to inspire me. Bravo!
Rhoda K said... (10/28/09 7:34 AM) Reply
Just gorgeous!! I'll agree with the paint brush as well. ;-)
FreyaStark said... (10/28/09 4:36 AM) Reply
Very snazzy!
Annette1 said... (10/28/09 1:50 AM) Reply
Ooooo, congratulations on your NEW SERGER, first of all. This jacket looks REALLY nice on you, JUST the right amount of ease. I have some fabric that's VERY similar that's migrated its way to the top of one of the piles, so you're giving me ideas. :o)
Barbara V said... (10/27/09 10:24 PM) Reply
Beautiful cardigan, gorgeous fabric. Well serged and a great fit!
OP Gal said... (10/27/09 9:42 PM) Reply
Beautiful fabric! You do look like an artist. If you'd taken Cynthia's 2 1/2 hour collar class and her 2 1/2 hour attaching the collar class, you wouldn't dream of serging a collar on. I won't tell her how well it turned out. : )
MB at YarnUiPhoneApp said... (10/27/09 9:23 PM) Reply
Yep, I knew the fabric was from Vogue even before I read the review!
MaryDB said... (10/27/09 8:57 PM) Reply
Love the cardigan - lovely fabric, nice work.
marec said... (10/27/09 7:19 PM) Reply
So flattering...and it looks so nicely made.
carolynw said... (10/27/09 5:28 PM) Reply
Gorgeous - your fabric is to die for!! I made this (muslin) in a not very nice fabric and was turned off - will try again with something nicer now that I see your lovely cardi
NC Carol said... (10/27/09 5:02 PM) Reply
Great layer for the cooler weather. Good job! I have this pattern so I was happy to see your review. Now if only I had a serger.... :)
LornaJay said... (10/27/09 4:45 PM) Reply
Wonderful, and very flattering colours too.
lyndle said... (10/27/09 4:16 PM) Reply
Looks great! And yes, very arty!
Flying Seamstress said... (10/27/09 4:09 PM) Reply
LOL! YES, you need a paintbrush! Love your cardigan AND you wear it beautifully!
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