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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 09-2007--120 (tunic)

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Posted on:12/13/07 11:50 PM
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cathy45 said...
Blue mooney, that's so funny because your review was the only reason I seriously looked at doing this top in the first place. Hope you enjoy your revision, thank you for the inspiration.
12/16/07 11:38 PM
blue mooney said...
Lovely top, and looks great on you! I made this, too, and thought I'd go back and take the band off. Now that I've seen yours, I know that's what I need to do.
12/15/07 9:03 AM
moss said...
that is really pretty and it looks fantastic on you!
12/14/07 11:06 AM
Grammy Gin said...
Very pretty fabric for your new tunic! ;-)
12/14/07 10:00 AM
marjenann said...
Oh so smashing top! Thanks for the great review! I love your design changes!
12/14/07 8:09 AM
Annette1 said...
Now there's a pattern that I probably wouldn't have looked twice at, but I really like your version! For one thing, I too like it better without the band at the bottom. Also, I like your idea of leaving off the camisole part so you can wear a variety of tops underneath. And I REALLY like how low the cowl goes, in that you can even wear a fairly long necklace and it frames it beautifully. I would have never thought of this style, but now I'm imagining all kinds of possibilities -- ha! AND I like your idea of extending the stitching line to take in some of the excess fabric under the arms, one of my PET PEEVES! Thanks for the great review!
12/14/07 3:54 AM
fuzzygalore said...
I don't think the fake camisole 'dickie' part is there just to hide your bra -other Burda tops sure don't :-)! It's there mostly to act as a stay to keep the baggy thing from slithering all over the place. That said, I adore your fabric :-)..
12/14/07 3:01 AM
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