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Posted on:10/29/05 3:45 AM

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AngieC said...
I love the pattern and the fabric! Thank you for your detailed review.
9/23/07 7:26 PM
Karla Kizer said...
Your fabric is perfect for this pattern, and top looks great - very "Chico's" .
11/3/05 7:52 PM
kathleenb said...
Thanks for the sleeve cap explanation. I have a similar body type those drag lines have always bugged me!
11/3/05 6:16 PM
Danvillegirl said...
Lovely fabric. Keep thinking about trying this pattern but have others similar style.
10/30/05 3:44 PM
AnneFromLambourn said...
Mmm, nice top! The contrast binding looks very smart.
10/30/05 3:14 AM
SewLimited said...
Liane, the fabric was only about 6 weeks old - EOS sells out fast! The same print in a different color is currently on Waechter's Silk Shop website. Elona - I actually had attached a copy of the Norm Thompson top to this pattern. The crossover turned out to be lower tho on the pattern. Diane E - I have broad straight shoulders and a flat back. Many casual knit tee patterns have a flatter sleeve to fit a slightly extended shoulder - on me the extended shoulder is many times my actual shoulder line and I get drag lines on the sleeves. On knits I can just raise the cap without having to change the armhole. On wovens I often have to change the armhole also. I don't think extended or drop sleeves look as well on me altho they are easier to sew.
10/30/05 0:28 AM
Lori V said...
Very pretty top, I like your black binding. That really sets off the top.
10/29/05 9:26 PM
Cathy Loves Fabric said...
Your top turned out beautifully. I am drooling over the fabric.
10/29/05 7:43 PM
Elona said...
Stunning tee! The black binding is a wonderful touch. Norm Thompson is using a pattern that looks very much like Loes'. rose and
10/29/05 11:34 AM
Diane E said...
What a beautiful top. The black binding really gives it an elegant finish. Help me understand the purpose behind the higher sleeve cap - how does it affect fit?
10/29/05 10:31 AM
Tiner W said...
Beautiful! Love, love the fabric!
10/29/05 10:21 AM
bunz said...
You';ve got a gorgeous top here -- thanks for showing us.
10/29/05 9:55 AM
VtMartha said...
How beautiful! Linda, more printed slinkies, please!
10/29/05 9:48 AM
Modiste Madness said...
I love your fabric too and your top looks wonderful.
10/29/05 9:39 AM
2BSewing said...
Wow! Your knit cross-over top is gorgeous. The fabric you selected for the top is beautiful. I think the black contrast binding...adds a nice finish to the top. Give the Jalie cross-over top a try. I'd like to see your thoughts on both.
10/29/05 7:52 AM
Liane M said...
I love that fabric. I assuming that it is not a recent purchase. I have made both this top and the Jalie cross over top and prefer the Jalie. Very cute top.
10/29/05 4:00 AM
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