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Posted on:2/25/09 12:36 PM

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Heatherrique said...
Wow! Refreshingly chic, IT! It's time to pull this pattern out of my stash. It's about time for you be on Project Runway!
3/2/09 0:07 AM
AnneM said...
Very cute, great job.
2/26/09 11:36 AM
Secretsugar said...
Excellent repurposing! Love this top--great seaming and keyhole neckline. Love the big button, too.
2/26/09 8:26 AM
Christas said...
You really did do a superb job of matching the front and side pieces.... wow! Nice new tunic!
2/25/09 9:40 PM
Kay Y said...
It's great! Thanks for blazing the trail with this pattern.
2/25/09 7:59 PM
Luckylibbet said...
Very pretty! Excellent decision to nix the pockets.
2/25/09 5:32 PM
bluenines said...
very nice tunic, and yes you did a most excellent job of matching the print! I too have this pattern in my pattern stash , and will keep in mind about the fit issues thanks for great review
2/25/09 4:21 PM
Renren said...
I love toile print fabric and I especially love this color. Nice refashioning project.
2/25/09 3:24 PM
tklwa26 said...
I have this pattern in my stash. You are all over it. I love the button you choose. Overall effect--It’s fierce!
2/25/09 2:16 PM
EleanorSews said...
Your top turned out beautifully. Nice work + cute pattern + pretty fabric = great top. Through review too ~ Thanks.
2/25/09 1:45 PM
bananaoil said...
You Are the Boss. First, you get major props for taking the dress apart to get the fabric. Who can spend that much time with the seam ripper and not lose their mind? The BOSS is who. I love the way the tunic looks and have been looking for a pattern to use coordinating fabrics with and no end up with something too cutesy for a woman at my "station". Your selection solves that problem. I will give this patter a look. Thanks.
2/25/09 1:36 PM
MissFit said...
I have to say, the original dress where the material came form, no so pretty, what you have done with it, amazing! I love it! Wonderfully fresh, I am inspired by your recycling
2/25/09 12:59 PM
Mahogany Stylist said...
This is a wonderful remake project. I love the contrasting sleeves.
2/25/09 12:40 PM
Kay Y said...
I cannot wait to see what you make - both because of your sublime refashioning skills, and because I have, and love, this pattern!
2/24/09 8:18 PM
Deepika said...
I too am looking forward to the garment. This is on my next to-sew list.
2/23/09 2:58 PM
wendlesue said...
Sounds very nice so far. I am looking forward to the finished project.......
2/23/09 8:42 AM
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