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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5355 (Raglan sleeve tunic)

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Posted on:5/9/11 12:48 PM
Last Updated:5/9/11 6:33 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 12 people   
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marec said... (5/11/11 10:52 AM) Reply
Wow, this is so wonderful on you-I love the fabric you used.
LynneMR said... (5/10/11 10:43 PM) Reply
Great style and beautiful fabric - I just love it!
katlew03 said... (5/10/11 6:45 PM) Reply
Beautiful fabric. Your top looks so comfortable. You did a great job. I have this pattern and was wondering about the neckline since I usually have to take it in or it slides down over one shoulder. I'll be sure to make the adjustment.
Margaret said... (5/10/11 4:56 PM) Reply
Looks great on you! Maybe some sort of soft ribbon could work for another sash, if this one really doesn't want to behave? Love your print placement and congratulations on sewing your first silk! Nicely done
Judy Kski said... (5/10/11 11:00 AM) Reply
Very cute top. I was well worth the wait.
Miss Fairchild said... (5/10/11 7:31 AM) Reply
Fun, fun fun! You look so happy wearing it!
MNBarb said... (5/9/11 9:48 PM) Reply
I love to see a sewist looking so happy with a new garment. This is quite an accomplishment and is lovely. One thing you could try with the belt is to use a slide buckle, don't sew it on just feed each side through and pull. If the buckle is small enough it might hold (I've tried this and it worked for me). Glad to see your yard isn't one of those that is currently under water in TN.
Aroura said... (5/9/11 6:58 PM) Reply
Really beautiful! That lovely fabric is a perfect match to this pattern, too.
Larisa said... (5/9/11 5:08 PM) Reply
LOVE the way this turned out! MUCH nicer than mine...which has yet to be worn at all
Maggiedoll said... (5/9/11 3:14 PM) Reply
Looks great! That pattern really does show off the fabric well.
jannw said... (5/9/11 2:15 PM) Reply
very pretty..I like the way you placed the motifs on the intelligent way to approach a new fabric..enjoy it!
no7262 said... (5/9/11 11:37 AM) Reply
It looks beautiful! You did an awesome job! Love the fabric! WTG! Nora :)
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