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Pattern Reviews> StyleArc> Pleated Pia Top (Pleated Pia Top)

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Posted on:10/31/12 1:36 AM
Last Updated:10/31/12 1:56 AM
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marymary86 said... (8/29/13 1:57 PM) Reply
julie w said... (2/21/13 3:24 AM) Reply
Just came across this review and love how you've mixed it up a bit with these style arc tops
LynnRowe said... (11/5/12 10:35 AM) Reply
Love it! And as I try to add cowls to anything I can, and love the Style Arc Amy cowl over any other, I'll be doing the same thing on my next Pleated Pia...and no apologies! lol! LOVE the fabric!
Wianno Girl said... (11/1/12 9:49 PM) Reply
that is lovely - pattern, fabric and combination
cocosloft said... (11/1/12 1:41 PM) Reply
Beautiful! You make the prettiest tops!
Knitz said... (10/31/12 11:09 PM) Reply
Fabulous idea to add the cowl collar --love it!
Sharonspils said... (10/31/12 8:55 PM) Reply
Gorgeous top Sandra, love the colours and combination of the two tops.
Lynmarie said... (10/31/12 4:50 PM) Reply
Thanks for this clever idea, I have both of these patterns, very excited.
sewing addict said... (10/31/12 4:12 PM) Reply
That's a lovely top - the shape, neckline, sleeve length, you did a great job. Style Arc really are getting great reviews from all who use them.
halleyscomet said... (10/31/12 2:09 PM) Reply
Love the style!
Marlene J said... (10/31/12 1:39 PM) Reply
Gorgeous! Just Gorgeous!
ArtAttack said... (10/31/12 10:36 AM) Reply
Oh, cute top! Love the drape of the cowl with the pleats...nice job!
Amanda.Claire said... (10/31/12 10:06 AM) Reply
What a pretty top! Great work on this.
Jrhee said... (10/31/12 9:46 AM) Reply
Levone said... (10/31/12 9:10 AM) Reply
Pretty top!
SewWil said... (10/31/12 9:01 AM) Reply
Very pretty top!
FreyaStark said... (10/31/12 7:07 AM) Reply
A lovely top.
Jstarr4250 said... (10/31/12 6:58 AM) Reply
Very pretty.
lyndle said... (10/31/12 4:41 AM) Reply
QuiltSewSewSue said... (10/31/12 4:00 AM) Reply
Nice way to mix it up - looks a great top!
velosewer said... (10/31/12 3:41 AM) Reply
Very pretty Sandra!
Jaknan said... (10/31/12 3:21 AM) Reply
I love the Pleated Pia top but your addition of the cowl takes it to a completely different level! I love it and I too might steal the idea - hope you don't mind!
BeaJay said... (10/31/12 2:40 AM) Reply
Beautiful top and great tip about the recovery. I had earmarked the pia for a lovely soft knit I have and now will rethink that. I am glad I didn't waste the fabric. Your fabric is lovely and the splice of the 2 tops has given it a very nice point of difference.
Sew4Fun said... (10/31/12 2:17 AM) Reply
What a fabulous top and idea! Love it! I might just have to steal this idea next autumn.
sewpelican said... (10/31/12 2:15 AM) Reply
Lovely top and your cowl neckline version is a great choice of style.
KaSchu said... (10/31/12 2:05 AM) Reply
Another lovely top. I like the addition of the cowl neckline. One to remember :-)
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