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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 3968 (semi-fitted pull-over top)

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Posted on:6/1/04 4:08 PM
Last Updated:6/1/04 4:11 PM
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lyndle said... (1/31/09 8:50 PM) Reply
This top looks fantastic on you!
PLZ said... (4/15/08 10:07 PM) Reply
Y ou are no beginner, WildHoney. I have been sewing over 20 years and you already fit better than I do. I have never put in a dart by myself that wasn't part of the pattern instructions. Good for you!
cynthia w said... (6/4/04 5:13 PM) Reply
looks good on you with that great neckline.
Sew it seams said... (6/1/04 8:43 PM) Reply
Wow! Your top looks great on you. I'm wondering what the Freesia knit is too. It looks really drapey and lovely.
goliger said... (6/1/04 8:06 PM) Reply
very cute .. looks like a perfect fit !
jlg said... (6/1/04 6:21 PM) Reply
Very becoming on you.
AnneM said... (6/1/04 6:19 PM) Reply
I'm not familiar with "freesia knit". It looks like it has a nice drape. That top looks great on you; I wouldn't have thought it would be that appropriate for a full-busted woman.
Levone said... (6/1/04 6:05 PM) Reply
Your top looks great. I have this pattern also, but have yet to try it. I've never heard of freesia knit before. Is it very stretchy?
Gigi Louis said... (6/1/04 4:50 PM) Reply
Oooh, the freesia knit is a favorite of mine too! The ONLY poly knit that's actually comfortable to wear in the summer. In Florida. :-) I love the way this top looks on you - very nice!
Leslie in Austin said... (6/1/04 4:15 PM) Reply
Cute top! Dontcha just love that freesia knit?
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