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Posted on:3/16/06 11:44 AM


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mrspenguin said... (6/29/06 11:44 AM) Reply
Fabulous fabric! I am checking out Emma One Sock next.
lilhoney57 said... (4/12/06 5:13 PM) Reply
It wasn't much. 60" wide, probably a yard and 3/8 maybe.
Physics Girl said... (4/12/06 1:36 AM) Reply
love your fabric choice! I'll have to start looking into Emma One Sock. Nice idea to make it into a top too! How mach fabric did you use ?
candyo said... (3/17/06 9:48 PM) Reply
I love it! I'd never thought to make a top instead, which would look better on me anyway. Great idea!
BjP said... (3/16/06 9:49 PM) Reply
This top is lovely. Nice job.
AnneM said... (3/16/06 7:12 PM) Reply
Definitely a short dress. ;) Nice top, nice idea, neat use of the fabric.
Elona said... (3/16/06 4:28 PM) Reply
Very cute. I thought this pattern, with its gusset, was very intriguing, because gussets let you do a cut-on sleeve that fits higher in the armpit than is usual. Maybe because they're a little difficult, you seldom see this design feature nowadays.
carolynw said... (3/16/06 3:36 PM) Reply
Beautiful fabric and great looking top.
MissCelie said... (3/16/06 1:19 PM) Reply
I love the fabric! It looks really cute.
lilhoney57 said... (3/16/06 12:37 PM) Reply
Small piece of fabric, which is diamond-shaped, that is sewn into the underarm of a sleeve or into the crotch of pants. These areas often fit tightly and are subject to stress. The gusset provides additional width and stretch. As a result, seams in these areas are less likely to tear. That was from WWD. Hope that helps :)
KrystalL said... (3/16/06 11:56 AM) Reply
I really like this top, the pattern, colors, and style. BTW, what's a gusset?
KrystalL said... (3/16/06 11:56 AM) Reply
I really like this top: the pattern, colors, and style. BTW, what's a gusset?
 
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