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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 3660 ( Misses' Top & Pants Wardrobe)

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Posted on:11/13/10 7:40 PM
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Elemenopeo said...
Nicely made - which issue of Vogue was the article in? I could use that info too.
11/13/10 7:51 PM
Renren said...
OH, man!!!! Home run! This will carry you nicely through spring and summer. I bet you will get lots of wear out of your 4 mix and match garments.
11/13/10 10:37 PM
jannw said...
what a nice little mini wardrobe!
11/14/10 0:55 AM
treefrog said...
Elemenopeo - Its the Oct/Nov 2010 edition. Hope it helps
11/14/10 1:24 AM
Sharonspils said...
Great pieces and your adjustment for the 2nd top look spot on.
11/14/10 2:51 AM
marec said...
Great pieces for "kicking around". I love the fabrics you chose.
11/14/10 10:54 AM
Kayseri said...
Good looking clothes. Thanks for the notes on shoulder adjustments, I find Kwik Sew shoulders huge.
11/14/10 2:37 PM
SheBear0320 said...
Love the paint splatter fabric -- and what a great idea for the shorts with the tie gathering.
11/15/10 0:49 AM
fuzzygalore said...
It sounds like you might consider using a smaller size altogether for tops, and making the dreaded FBA.. I can easily see making height adjustments systematically because you're short, but if you're tightening up everything else it's because you need a smaller size as well. I'd almost suggest a petite Burda pattern to start, or a Jalie? But at least you can reuse this one :-). Great wardrobe as always..
11/16/10 5:41 AM
ClaireEmily said...
What a great set! The tops look great, I'd wear those out and not just for exercise!
11/16/10 2:57 PM
Margaret said...
Great mini wardrobe! These look so nicely made and wearable not just as activewear.
11/17/10 9:33 AM
 
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