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Posted on:12/29/09 11:16 PM
Last Updated:1/6/10 5:12 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 9 people   
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DorothyK said... (1/7/10 9:33 AM) Reply
I like all the versions, but I like the proportions better with the longer sleeves. This is a very versatile pattern.
Passion4Sewing said... (1/7/10 7:42 AM) Reply
I love the orange one. Definitely something that looks like a first grab out of the closet :-)
Schnauzer said... (1/6/10 10:58 PM) Reply
Wow! I like all three versions of this tunic. The orange one looks gorgeous on you.
lmg said... (1/6/10 8:02 PM) Reply
Wow. I would not have given this pattern the time of day, thinking it would not be good for my figure. But, it looks fantastic on you. Many bringing this pattern to my attention.
Izzie said... (1/6/10 5:20 PM) Reply
wow! I like all three versions of your top. Sitting here tapping my toe, waiting fo the next vogue sale. :)
sfshaza said... (12/31/09 1:34 AM) Reply
Nice version of this top! I love this pattern and I am wearing it right now. You are right, so comfortable, but interesting.
Patti B said... (12/30/09 9:43 PM) Reply
This looks wonderful on you -- both versions. You were wise to cut down the shoulders; it would probably look a little sloppy in the 'right' size.
Leslie Bonner said... (12/30/09 7:13 PM) Reply
Very chic! Looks great on you!
Schnauzer said... (12/30/09 4:46 PM) Reply
Very nice! Looks good on you.
DorothyK said... (12/30/09 2:49 PM) Reply
Fabulous. I love what this pattern does to the stripes. The way the hem curls is perfect. This top looks great on you. The scarf is a nice touch. I'm glad I was your inspiration... now you have inspired me to make this pattern in a stripe.
carolynw said... (12/30/09 10:18 AM) Reply
I can see why you love this - it's smashing and comfortable - not often you find those two going together so well!! Must get this pattern
Athene said... (12/30/09 4:51 AM) Reply
Looks really good.
Grammy Gin said... (12/30/09 4:07 AM) Reply
Great job! It looks so nice on you!
FreyaStark said... (12/30/09 3:15 AM) Reply
It looks fabulous! Well done. It would indeed be lovely in a printed chiffon.
Izzie said... (12/30/09 0:20 AM) Reply
That is just the cutest! I love that you let the hems curl up, it looks great with the stripe, and the scarf is a nice touch. I liked DorthyK's top too and now that I've seen yours I'm going to have that pattern!
 
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