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Posted on:9/1/11 8:40 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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Kuby said... (9/11/11 5:38 PM) Reply
Thanks for a great review. The shirt looks gorgeous on you.
Trinity. said... (9/3/11 9:48 AM) Reply
Thanks everybody! I think you all are right. I'm going to try this pattern again after I take about 4-6 inches off the length.
MNBarb said... (9/1/11 9:15 PM) Reply
Tha neckline, fit and sleeves are nice. Perhaps the others are right and the length is what isn't hitting you right.
neufy said... (9/1/11 7:43 PM) Reply
I shortened my first one by 2 inches and my second one by 4. I also dropped the front V buy 1 inch. I love this on you - but agree that shorter would be better.
Clareew said... (9/1/11 2:54 PM) Reply
I love your top and agree that it should be significantly shorter - say to the level of the bottom of your left hand. Give it a try.
marec said... (9/1/11 12:16 PM) Reply
What a great print-I also fall for those poly prints at JA. Like your top and since you asked above, I would shorten it.
renren said... (9/1/11 9:07 AM) Reply
I think it looks quite nice although it does seem longer than the pattern illustration would indicate. With your svelte figure you could go a lot shorter whereas for me, the longer length covers up a multitude of sins (mainly chocolate-related goodies, probably). I think, perhaps, you might find you really like this top.
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