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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> B4989 

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Reviewed by:Sharon1952
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Posted on:1/17/09 3:00 PM

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maltesergr8 said... (9/7/12 3:24 AM) Reply
I'm looking for the camisole that comes with the pattern; any chance you made that? BTW, the jacket is beautiful!! Beth
Sharon1952 said... (4/17/12 7:55 AM) Reply
Nope, when worn the should sat right on the edge of my bone and looked fine. Of course, I am older with fat arms!!
EMCal said... (4/16/12 5:04 PM) Reply
I wonder if anyone had trouble with the top of the sleeves. They puff out too much .
AnneM said... (2/14/09 3:33 PM) Reply
What a beautiful outfit. Glad you were able to find the right use for that fabric. The result looks very feminine and graceful.
Nancy Rhodes said... (1/18/09 8:22 AM) Reply
OH so pretty! Great selection, pattern & fabric combination. Clearly a winner
Tricia Plummer said... (1/18/09 5:32 AM) Reply
These are absolutely great patterns but it is your pick of the fabric that made them winners. Thanks for the review.
wendlesue said... (1/17/09 11:52 PM) Reply
Wow, I love that outfit! I never noticed that Butterick pattern before, but it is lovely the way you made it up
sewtime said... (1/17/09 6:07 PM) Reply
Beautiful outfit!!
frame said... (1/17/09 6:02 PM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful.
Karendee said... (1/17/09 5:01 PM) Reply
moonchild61 said... (1/17/09 3:39 PM) Reply
The outfit is beautiful; I love your choice of fabric.
sewsue said... (1/17/09 3:25 PM) Reply
This is a lovely outfir, so feminine.
renren said... (1/17/09 3:24 PM) Reply
These are both lovely--it looks like the fabric turned out to be a winner. And drapey is a perfectly fine word around here.
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