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Reviewed by:Lori V
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Posted on:9/7/06 3:57 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 6 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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MelissaB in WA said...
I really like your top Lori! I just bought this pattern yesterday and I look forward to making it up (hopefully this week).
11/12/06 6:33 PM
*Jessica* said...
nice. i like this style. i think it looks lovely.
10/29/06 10:16 PM
Stacy Sews said...
This is a fantastic looking top - much better than the pattern photo! Thanks for doing a review on this, I'm going to have to check it out now!
9/12/06 9:06 AM
Kinesis said...
Wow, fabulous top. Yours looks much better than the one illustrated on the pattern sleeve! The finish around the band on the front is impeccable - very professional-looking. You've done a brilliant job.
9/10/06 9:20 PM
KAB said...
Very stylish knit top (hardly a tunic, with its great fitting). I too like the front plain as it emphasizes your precise needlework.
9/9/06 3:27 PM
dreamdesigner said...
Ohhhh, I like that. I think dd's would like it too! Another example of someone here creating something more attractive than the pattern envelope!
9/9/06 2:16 PM
Modiste Madness said...
I like you unembellished verson and the shade of red you used. I don't think it needs anything to make it look striking. Your top looks really good.
9/9/06 9:55 AM
OP Gal said...
Great looking top. It doesn't need embellishment--it looks beautiful the way it is.
9/8/06 7:09 PM
Lori V said...
Thanks for the wonderful comments. I am enjoying taking the pictures outside. time2sew - winter, oh, don't want to think about it! Maybe save all my pictures and do them in the snow, that would be pretty.
9/8/06 7:04 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
Great looking tunic.
9/8/06 0:02 AM
Nata said...
Lori, your tunic is lovely.
9/7/06 7:29 PM
christine A said...
beautiful top. I too have this pattern and have yet to make it. I am glad to see it looks so nice in a plain knit!
9/7/06 7:15 PM
sewfan said...
Beautiful top! I agree that yours looks much better than the pattern photo.
9/7/06 7:00 PM
carolynw said...
Lori - beautiful top - am going to go for this as with the gathers in the front it should enhance my 'ahem' lack of frontage LOL. Love the colour you chose - should be dynamite on you.
9/7/06 6:42 PM
Sew4Fun said...
Really nice top Lori.
9/7/06 6:30 PM
rosephreak said...
Someone else beat me to it - i was going to comment on how you chose your clothing to coordinate with your roses - that's something I'd do! Lovely top.
9/7/06 6:08 PM
squirrellypoo said...
That's really nice, and it would be soooo versatile! I could see about five of these making their home in my wardrobe, in various colours and contrasting bands!
9/7/06 5:52 PM
frame said...
Your top looks great. The color is beautiful. Thanks for this review.
9/7/06 5:46 PM
Dale C said...
That's a cute top. I wouldn't have thought an empire line would work here, but it came out great.
9/7/06 5:30 PM
jnamcd said...
I like yours better than the pattern photos! Turned out beautiful and great review!
9/7/06 4:42 PM
Linda F said...
stunning! I love it! I always love your photos taken in the garden. What will you do for the winter shots?!
9/7/06 4:17 PM
MB at YarnUiPhoneApp said...
I love how coordinate the color of the top with the flowers underneath in your photo.Composition is clearly one of your strengths! I just got this pattern and I'm ready to give it a shot very soon.
9/7/06 4:13 PM
Carol Ch said...
I love your top, very pretty especially the color. Thanks so much for reviewing this pattern. It is sitting on my cutting table where it has been waiting for a couple of weeks because I have been a little afraid of the front band.
9/7/06 4:09 PM
bunz said...
Great-looking top! Do you think this pattern would work if one has a large rib cage? I see it's a bit fitted there.
9/7/06 4:05 PM
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