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Posted on:1/9/12 1:19 AM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 12 people   
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julie w said... (2/2/12 6:22 PM) Reply
Great versions of the Sorbetto top, love the spotty print.
MissLadyAudrey said... (1/28/12 6:58 AM) Reply
So Cute!
maryfrana said... (1/27/12 9:55 AM) Reply
Love this look! The fabric is just delicious. Thanks for the tips on bias, french seams, etc. Moving darts is fairly easy I think. Linen will look great in this design.
QuiltSewSewSue said... (1/20/12 1:45 AM) Reply
Lovely tops - I love the spotty fabric you used!
Aroura said... (1/13/12 4:09 PM) Reply
I just adore the fabric you chose for this top. I have got to make it, now!
Deepika said... (1/10/12 10:29 AM) Reply
Lovely Blouse. I highly recommend making it in silk! I get so much use out of mine!
SewWil said... (1/10/12 0:08 AM) Reply
Very pretty top! Thanks for the detailed review. I've been meaning to make this pattern.
Sharonspils said... (1/9/12 8:47 PM) Reply
Great top and appreciate your choice of size and reducing the size of the pleat. I have the pattern, and need to make it up.
TJSEWS said... (1/9/12 8:05 PM) Reply
This is just adorable. It fits you beautifully and I love the whimsical print.
JEF said... (1/9/12 6:58 PM) Reply
I have GOT to make this. I am so jealous of your cute tops!
JillyBe said... (1/9/12 2:24 PM) Reply
I'm delighted that my tip helped you :) You sure didn't need any help in choosing the perfect fabric for this - it looks positively gorgeous on you! Addicting little top, isn't it?
marec said... (1/9/12 11:23 AM) Reply
Cute sorbettos! Isn't this a great pattern? I made a pj top in flannel with an inverted pleat...if you want to add that to your list of possibilities. Thanks for the tip about narrowing the box pleat, and adding back darts for linen.
Amanda.Claire said... (1/9/12 10:03 AM) Reply
What a great review! I like the back dart and button idea in linen alot. Really cute top, BTW!
Levone said... (1/9/12 9:36 AM) Reply
Cute tops! I especially love your dotted version.
GoodbyeValntino said... (1/9/12 6:53 AM) Reply
Wonderful top as well as super fabric choice! The top fits you beautifully and I appreciate the review.
margk said... (1/9/12 2:40 AM) Reply
Very cute top. If you put darts in the back, don't forget you still have to be able to get into it!
Sew4Fun said... (1/9/12 2:17 AM) Reply
Love your spotty top! Great thinking to reduce the width of the pleat too.
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