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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 5636 (Misses'/Petite Tunic and Dress)

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Posted on:7/16/08 8:02 PM
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Nancywin said... (7/21/08 11:19 AM) Reply
Markie - you always make the cutest things! This is another winner!
Heatherrique said... (7/19/08 8:02 AM) Reply
Fabulous and fun tunic, Markie!
cmarie12 said... (7/18/08 9:39 PM) Reply
I love black & white then add the gingham check and it equals a really lovely top!
Frosty772 said... (7/17/08 5:16 PM) Reply
This is so cute!! I like that it has a back to it (I cant wear things that just wrap around my neck!!) so perhaps I will get this pattern. Very retro!!
CynthiaSue said... (7/17/08 12:16 PM) Reply
love your interpretation. you can pull off this 60's style just like Mia Farrow! I would look like a big frump. But you are runway ready as always!
Kay Y said... (7/17/08 9:17 AM) Reply
This is super cute - I had not noticed the pattern before. I too love the pockets. Great looking top, and funny review ("shelving unit" - HA HA). Keep them coming!
SewingSusan said... (7/17/08 8:58 AM) Reply
This is so cute! I must make this. Great job.
Nancy Rhodes said... (7/17/08 7:56 AM) Reply
The pockets make it... my vote is in: Fabulous outcome. Bring on Ricky and you are ready for the candy assembly line episode
scrappycat said... (7/17/08 7:28 AM) Reply
That is so adorable! I've added this pattern to my wishlist!
didda said... (7/17/08 1:24 AM) Reply
how cute! you know you've done well when your daughter takes it from you. love those pockets!
Karen6790 said... (7/16/08 11:30 PM) Reply
This is SO Lucy, it's adorable! Is your next review going to be for a pair of those white pedal-pushers?
ryansmumAria said... (7/16/08 10:31 PM) Reply
Absolutely fabulous! I love your hair cut short- you look 10 years younger!
CarolynGM said... (7/16/08 8:57 PM) Reply
What a charming 50s look you've created. Great bias pockets.
JeanM said... (7/16/08 8:57 PM) Reply
It's cute! For the buttonholes, you can use the zig zag stitch on your sewing machine, with different stitch widths and lengths, to make your own button hole. I read about this in an article, I think in Threads magazine, a few years ago. Since my machine's "automatic" buttonhole looks rotten, I use that technique instead. The thing I have the most trouble with is getting the buttonholes a consistent size, since I'm relying on my markings and my eye.
Terri Smith said... (7/16/08 8:20 PM) Reply
I like the cutaway back as well, and your pockets are adorable. Thanks for the buttonhole tip.
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