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Posted on:11/6/12 11:13 AM
Last Updated:11/6/12 11:16 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 7 people   
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julie w said... (11/17/12 6:20 AM) Reply
Fantastic
MarianS said... (11/12/12 11:21 PM) Reply
Awesome!
Annette1 said... (11/11/12 3:36 PM) Reply
Oh, man, I LOVE this top in this GORGEOUS fabric -- and your BEAUTIFUL FIGURE doesn't hurt either. :o) And THANKS for the tip about the spray start. That will certainly make my life a lot more enjoyable next time I have a curling knit.
RLL said... (11/9/12 11:11 AM) Reply
The fabric totally makes the top outstanding.
Jstarr4250 said... (11/8/12 7:36 AM) Reply
Another winner! What an inspired use of this fantastic fabric.
JEF said... (11/7/12 8:13 PM) Reply
Gorgeous top - love how you used the fabric.
GoodbyeValntino said... (11/7/12 4:02 PM) Reply
You hit the ball out of the park on this one! L O V E it!
Carol Mendoza said... (11/7/12 12:21 PM) Reply
Great top! It is perfect with the border print.
barbcl said... (11/7/12 11:13 AM) Reply
A terrific look, and much thanks for the tip on controlling edge roll on knits!
SusiM said... (11/7/12 11:02 AM) Reply
Yes Yes Yes!! Super creative use of the border. Great pattern for your coloring. LOVE it!!
betty bushwacker said... (11/7/12 8:19 AM) Reply
I can't add much more but I agree with everyone, this is a beauty!
Karen Carr said... (11/7/12 3:30 AM) Reply
I love your fabric - what a classy top!
ArtAttack said... (11/6/12 11:26 PM) Reply
Thank you to all my PR friends, although I think I owe the success of this project to the fabulous fabric. I appreciate all of your comments!
Sue Parrott said... (11/6/12 10:02 PM) Reply
Love this so very much! Your fabric is to die for!
AndreaSews said... (11/6/12 9:06 PM) Reply
Gorgeous!
cleverkitty said... (11/6/12 9:00 PM) Reply
This top is defiantly you!!!! This is perfectly paired, style and print.
SewWil said... (11/6/12 8:11 PM) Reply
Love this!!!! Great use of the border on this top. Looks wonderful on you. Now I need this pattern.
sewbehind said... (11/6/12 8:03 PM) Reply
Oh, I love this on you. Beautiful top, fantastic use of border print. Makes me want to make one.
jlg said... (11/6/12 7:39 PM) Reply
This turned out great. You did a fantastic job with print placement.
RadarRadiance said... (11/6/12 6:29 PM) Reply
Love it, the border looks so cool with this pattern! Beautiful job!!!
Anne Cherry said... (11/6/12 6:09 PM) Reply
Love the way you used the border print. You have a great knack for finding brilliant prints in 'your' colours!
velosewer said... (11/6/12 5:17 PM) Reply
Great fabric and it's stunning to look at. Love it too.
allycovey said... (11/6/12 5:12 PM) Reply
I love the fabric
ggf2005 said... (11/6/12 4:52 PM) Reply
great fabric and I love this top
ggf2005 said... (11/6/12 4:52 PM) Reply
great fabric and I love this top
Nan Kay said... (11/6/12 4:10 PM) Reply
That is fantastic fabric!! I really like this pattern but I do like the lined front, especially with lighter knits. Of course I live in a cooler location than you do, and the double layers make it warmer! This is one of the cutest tops I have seen from this pattern.
prostheticsgirl said... (11/6/12 3:39 PM) Reply
Love it in your fabric!
Dilliander said... (11/6/12 3:23 PM) Reply
Gorgeous, the colour, style and fit are perfect! Such a lovely top :)
Quickie said... (11/6/12 1:27 PM) Reply
beautiful use if the border. elegant top.
Sigrid. said... (11/6/12 12:51 PM) Reply
Gorgeous top. The use of the border print is giving you one really original top.
MNBarb said... (11/6/12 12:46 PM) Reply
This fabric and style is YOU! Love the way the border print looks on the lower edge of front. Fun and funky!
imsewcrazy said... (11/6/12 12:39 PM) Reply
I love this top. I been wanting to make it for so long! I thought it was crazy to have front facings on this knit top! Lots of wasted fabric. I like your idea of binding the front edges. I haven't tried that yet, but Im sure I'll have to practice a few times to get it as nice as yours. The fabric is beautiful and I love the way you used the border. You are so talented and creative!!!
saranoemi said... (11/6/12 12:22 PM) Reply
Great use of border print and thanks for the starch tip!
carolynw said... (11/6/12 11:43 AM) Reply
This is one of those simple patterns where the fabric chosen can make it a real standout and you`ve certainly nailed this on the head - it`s beautiful. Thanks for the tip on what to do with curling edges
chenille said... (11/6/12 11:41 AM) Reply
Gorgeous!
karen n said... (11/6/12 11:25 AM) Reply
Great idea on the spray starch. I hope I remember that! Hey, how about a running "tips and techniques list" on your blog?
Amanda.Claire said... (11/6/12 11:24 AM) Reply
You nailed it on the use of that border print! Awesome top and pattern.
Laurasews said... (11/6/12 11:20 AM) Reply
Perfect use of a border print. Love it!
 
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