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Reviewed by:Ann Smith
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Posted on:7/27/08 4:31 PM
Last Updated:7/27/08 4:33 PM
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Ann Smith said... (8/5/08 6:21 PM) Reply
Harriet, yes the underneath part (that looks like a shell from the front) is longer in the back. The outer and under pieces are the same size but the neckline offsets the two pieces so one hangs lower in the front and the other hangs lower in the back.
Harriet Rogers said... (8/4/08 5:45 PM) Reply
Ann: thanks so much for review: I NEVER would have figured out that this was an all-in-one piece. Love what you did with the pattern: very striking. One question: which "piece" is longer in the back: the underneath (the part that looks like a shell from the front) or the piece that looks like the "cover" to the shell? I really couldn't tell from the pattern drawing and in your pictures, the "shell" looks longer in the back, as least to my aging eyes.
Barbara V said... (7/29/08 8:31 PM) Reply
Nice job! I like how you changed direction of stripes on the layers which adds interest. I got some of these Shapes patterns today and look forward to trying them out. Your reviews have been very helpful!
Karendee said... (7/28/08 1:27 PM) Reply
Great job! You look lovely, Ann.
loohoo44 said... (7/28/08 12:50 PM) Reply
ooh Ann I love your fabric, and you used it very creatively.
LindsayT said... (7/28/08 11:21 AM) Reply
Very striking top.
Patti B said... (7/28/08 9:34 AM) Reply
Your fabric choices (and layout choices) always bring out the best in a pattern. Helpful review.
Karen8320 said... (7/28/08 3:50 AM) Reply
Nice work, Ann, and it looks great on you. It IS a distinctive style and you carry it off really well. The fabric you've chosen looks ideal for this garment.
DorothyK said... (7/27/08 7:48 PM) Reply
I love your top. Your review will be very helpful to anyone making this pattern in the future.
MarthaH said... (7/27/08 7:10 PM) Reply
Ann, I really like this. Thanks for this review, yours looks so much better than the pattern picture.
BillieJean said... (7/27/08 4:45 PM) Reply
This is just beautiful. Your clarification of what this actually is (a top & jacket all in one) is priceless, because you surely cannot tell from the pattern picture.
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