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Posted on:12/9/02 1:59 PM
Last Updated:8/17/08 11:22 AM
Pattern Size:Regular Petite 
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Annette1 said... (8/17/08 3:10 PM) Reply
I LOVE this, and it looks SO nice on you, too. :o) Great job!
Deepika said... (12/10/02 9:25 PM) Reply
Susan, love your top! fits you so well. this is one of my favorite tops!
Peggy L said... (12/10/02 5:53 PM) Reply
Susan, great looking top - really stylish with the animal print. I am so jealous - I was born in Silver Spring. If my parents hadn't moved to Texas, I could be taking classes at G Street Fabrics!! Darn!
slee said... (12/9/02 10:10 PM) Reply
Thanks everyone! Anne, to anwser your question, the fleece I purchased was on the special table and was not labeled. But, I can tell you that it was light in weight and not as thick as the 200 type so I'm guessing it must be the 100 type. I think it would be great in a boucle. I have some and may use it for this pattern.
AnneM said... (12/9/02 9:51 PM) Reply
That came out great for you! Makes a person want to run out & buy the pattern & some fleece. What type of fleece did you use: standard 200-type thickness? Do you think this pattern would work in a boucle?
SansSouci572 said... (12/9/02 5:08 PM) Reply
That's realy cute, Susan! I have this pattern, already cut-out, with some stretch poodle chenille. I will leave out the zipper too, since its not needed on stretch, and you wouldn't see it anyway. (Supposed to be invisible).
said... (12/9/02 3:49 PM) Reply
Thanks for the review Susan. I Your top looks very nice. This is exactly what I've been looking for.
Everyday Sewist said... (12/9/02 3:41 PM) Reply
What a *great* idea to use an animal print for this top. I just added it to my wish list.
LittleShell said... (12/9/02 2:39 PM) Reply
Cute fabric! It looks good on you.
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