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Pattern Reviews> Christine Jonson> 419 (Ruffle Top and Swirl Skirt)

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Posted on:4/17/05 10:17 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 7 people    Very Helpful by 9 people   
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PVA said... (4/18/05 10:31 AM) Reply
I can only echo what the others are saying -- you've really hit a grand-slam with this pattern! I will certainly be taking another look at all that onionskin -- it never occured to me to double-it up! thanks too for the info about sizing it for petite! I'm not sure how it would look on my frame, but what the hey, sometimes a girl just has to take a risk! (8^D)
Hilary said... (4/18/05 9:54 AM) Reply
Very nice! I too like the double layering, and lettuce hem.
AnneM said... (4/18/05 9:49 AM) Reply
Very nice. I like the double layers.
appleC said... (4/18/05 9:30 AM) Reply
It's beautiful! Great choice of fabric and style! I like the way you made the under layer because it looks a petticoat. I've never done a lettuce edge and I hope make it as beautiful as yours. Is it heavy to have two layers of onionskin?
Patti B said... (4/18/05 8:46 AM) Reply
Wonderful skirts and top!
Gigi Louis said... (4/18/05 7:50 AM) Reply
So pretty!
MickeyFan said... (4/18/05 6:30 AM) Reply
That is a gorgeous outfit! Well done. I like the coordinating underlayer on the purple one.
JDpenelope said... (4/18/05 5:29 AM) Reply
You look great in that skirt, with both tops. I also envy your long, lean stature.
jlg said... (4/18/05 5:08 AM) Reply
Great skirts. I really like the skirt with the matching top that you made.
CarolynGM said... (4/18/05 4:42 AM) Reply
Pretty outfits. This pattern seems perfect for onionskin.
Sherril Miller said... (4/18/05 0:14 AM) Reply
Georgeous fabric, pretty skirt, and lovely smiling face. That's such a nice pattern for you tall, slim people. I will avoid it like the plague, even with petite adjustments.
flowermama said... (4/17/05 11:58 PM) Reply
How pretty! Thanks for info that the pattern has petite adjustments. I really like what you did with this pattern - I think you should twirl!
Georgene said... (4/17/05 11:55 PM) Reply
Wow, that is such a nice lookiing ensemble! Love the solid pink under the print. Looks like you are going to be ready for the warm weather.
BjP said... (4/17/05 11:00 PM) Reply
Very pretty and love the lettuce hems.
Joyfullife said... (4/17/05 10:43 PM) Reply
I LOVE the fabric you chose! What an elegant, yet comfortable outfit. It looks great on you too.
jemgirlca said... (4/17/05 10:43 PM) Reply
Thanks for the review. I have the skirt almost ready to cut out. I didn't think of making it from onionskin, but it looks really pretty. I like it with both of your tops.
 
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