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Posted on:7/12/02 1:55 AM
Last Updated:7/12/02 4:00 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 4 people   
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Elsy said... (12/23/03 6:31 AM) Reply
Deepika, I'm interested to know you made this as part of a salwar kameez suit. I make salwar (though in a looser style than you wear in the picture) just because they are SO comfortable, but prefer to wear them with a modern top or shirt, Kwik-Sew 2969 for example. I'd be interested to know of any other top or tunic styles you have found suitable.
said... (7/14/02 8:54 AM) Reply
Pretty, cool, and comfortable plus elegant looking. You have a great sense of style. BTW, I think I know what type of facings you are talking about, and they used to be much more common for sleeveless patterns in the 70s. Then I guess the pattern cos. decided to make things 'easy'. But the two in one style wears and looks much better in my opinion.
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said... (7/13/02 12:28 PM) Reply
Deepika, what a lovely tunic, and as always, a very informative review.
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said... (7/12/02 3:55 PM) Reply
Deepika - how elegant AND comfortable looking . . . I love the look!
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said... (7/12/02 1:15 PM) Reply
Beautiful! Great review too.
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said... (7/12/02 12:59 PM) Reply
Sue, there was a thread started by Min on SW about it. That explains everything about this wonderful outfit. Basically its an indian dress but it has come a long way. I like the new 'modern style' with a short tunic, pants and a scarf. Read more about it on this thread
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said... (7/12/02 12:55 PM) Reply
Very pretty! I've read a lot about 'Salwar Kameez' outfits, are they traditional suits for any occaision, or something different? I'd love to know a bit more!!
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said... (7/12/02 9:26 AM) Reply
I agree with all the above! It's so fun to watch your progress. I want to know how to fix the narrow shoulder problem too.
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said... (7/12/02 3:15 AM) Reply
Deepika, you are so gifted, it look great the fabric and all, you should be proud of yourself.
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said... (7/12/02 2:20 AM) Reply
beautiful, Deepika - love your fabric
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said... (7/12/02 2:15 AM) Reply
Great job, Deepika! That really looks good.
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said... (7/12/02 2:06 AM) Reply
Deepika, it's beautiful!
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said... (7/12/02 1:32 AM) Reply
Wow, it turned out great! Love the fabric.
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