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Pattern Reviews> Jalie> 2805 (Women's t-shirts)

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Reviewed by:Kay Y
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Posted on:4/18/10 1:45 PM
Last Updated:8/21/10 9:24 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 12 people   
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donna mel said... (8/24/10 9:02 PM) Reply
What a wonderful fabric! Thanks too for detailing the Jalie technique. Smart cookie for remembering that technique so well. I will be referring to your blog again and again!
Barbara V said... (8/22/10 7:35 PM) Reply
Great looking T. Wonderful job on placement of the large design motif. I have this pattern too and must get to it soon.
Diane E said... (8/22/10 6:29 PM) Reply
Beautifully fitted top and fabulous print! Thanks for sharing the binding link again. Love it!
ConnieBJ said... (8/22/10 7:12 AM) Reply
ooh love the funky print! As always - a perfect fit.
FreyaStark said... (8/22/10 4:24 AM) Reply
Wow! A stunning top. That pattern is a good vehicle for the fabric.
Catbird said... (4/22/10 12:07 PM) Reply
Kay, this is SO pretty and, of course, looks professionally sewn. This must look fantastic under jackets, too. I love it!
DorothyK said... (4/20/10 4:44 PM) Reply
This Jalie pattern has become my all time favorite because it is so reliable and the fit is perfect. Your version is wonderful. Thanks for explaining how you lined it.
susiestitcher said... (4/19/10 7:20 AM) Reply
I love your top. What a neat way to use stretch lace. I never would have thunk it! I am also interested in your source for FOE, as I would love to try this technique. Beautiful fit, too!
CarolynGM said... (4/18/10 9:24 PM) Reply
Beautiful fabric and a perfect fit.
marjenann said... (4/18/10 5:17 PM) Reply
What a terrific top! As lovely as all of your inspiring pieces!
carolynw said... (4/18/10 4:58 PM) Reply
Lovely Kay - you look so neat in this. The fabric is lovely and of course your expert sewing makes this so much more than just another T.
Mahler said... (4/18/10 4:22 PM) Reply
As everything you sew, I love it! simple and chic/relax
Michele Lommasson said... (4/18/10 3:35 PM) Reply
What a lovely top. I love the flesh-colored lining.
marec said... (4/18/10 2:56 PM) Reply
nice tee, especially the use of lace.
KarmenG said... (4/18/10 2:21 PM) Reply
Wonderful looking T, Kay. I have a few RTW knit tops with that type of underlining and I find them very comfortable. I am also doing that in my current knit project. Where do you buy the FOE? Nice finishing technique.
Christas said... (4/18/10 2:05 PM) Reply
Kay, REALLY love your new top. The lacy fabric makes it nice to wear with a suit, jeans, skirt (so versatile), and takes it several steps above a basic t-shirt.
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