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Posted on:3/7/04 11:22 AM
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Loreli said... (9/13/04 0:53 AM) Reply
It is a beautiful suit. I like the sleeves.
Sew it seams said... (3/17/04 8:13 AM) Reply
Very beautiful suit! I really love the fabric.
kathi s said... (3/17/04 7:52 AM) Reply
Lovely suit! Thank you for such a complete and informative review!
Danvillegirl said... (3/8/04 6:59 PM) Reply
Very nice. I think I have seen this fabric at Sawyer Brooks website. Fringe seems to be in at this time . Nice job.
Debbie Spriggs said... (3/7/04 9:30 PM) Reply
Beautiful suit!
Mbarkle said... (3/7/04 7:34 PM) Reply
This is so pretty, Nata. I am making the jacket in a tencel denim, testing the pattern before I make it up in a pink/ivory/silver lurex boucle. I'm trying to decide whether to line it, the sleeves are very sticky -- I have full arms and added a little to the sleeve and the armseye. I'm thinking silk organza will be the way to go on the boucle version. . . Thanks for the review. Don't know if I'll get it made this year, it's getting too hot for wool already.
jlg said... (3/7/04 3:55 PM) Reply
I love it, Nata. The suit is beautiful, as is the fabric. I love the border on the sleeves and hem.
mudcat said... (3/7/04 2:12 PM) Reply
Nice suit, Nata. Especially the jacket. Very stylish.
Kim Winson said... (3/7/04 1:32 PM) Reply
Beautiful work Nata! I am petite as well (5" tall) and I'm encouraged that the patterns requires so little alteration for a smaller figure. Also thanks for the tip about interfacing the waistband with elastic--I've never thought of that. Your suit is very stylish and comfortable.
Sew Jane said... (3/7/04 12:39 PM) Reply
Beautiful suit - I love your fabric choice. Thanks for the helpful review.
Asa Hagstrom said... (3/7/04 12:12 PM) Reply
Nice suit, Nata! How clever of you to leave the button holes uncut :)
sailonsilvergirl said... (3/7/04 12:05 PM) Reply
Very nice! I'd like to make this jacket. I'm also petite so your notes about narrowing the sleeves are really useful. Thanks for the review!
cindyann said... (3/7/04 11:54 AM) Reply
Beautiful. That's a very nice looking suit. I love the cuffs!
Nata said... (3/7/04 11:45 AM) Reply
I would just add underlininh to facings and collar, to keep it from collapsing. Other than that I think it will be perfect without any understructures.
Ann Smith said... (3/7/04 11:41 AM) Reply
Nata, thanks for your review. Your suit looks terrific. I have some boucle that I bought for this pattern. I was planning on just sewing it with no lining or underlining. Do you think the jacket will hold it's shape without it? I want a relaxed looking garment.
 
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