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Posted on:4/30/12 6:54 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 5 people   
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cindyann said... (7/21/12 6:10 PM) Reply
Super cute shirt! I just picked up this pattern today for a Liberty of London print I have and I really appreciate the great review.
rare said... (6/30/12 5:07 PM) Reply
Its a really cute blouse! how did you do the FBA w/only front darts? add a horizontal dart?
Mobycat said... (5/9/12 9:06 PM) Reply
Great blouse
cedart said... (5/5/12 9:40 AM) Reply
Inspiring to see how you looked beyond the RTW to create such a beautiful piece. Looks wonderful--congratulations!
mangoflavor said... (5/3/12 1:37 PM) Reply
Nice! I especially like the back gathers
valkyrie01 said... (5/1/12 11:11 AM) Reply
I love the draping and it looks very romantic! Love the neckline. I would not be hard on yourself for going with your knowledge of past construction of New Look blouses in this regard. I go through the same thing working with a handful of deigns I love and even so they consistantly have one or two "foibbles" I find myself adjusting because of my body type.
marec said... (5/1/12 10:46 AM) Reply
This blouse is so "you" and I love it! The lace yoke is pretty and the print is TDF.
barebear said... (5/1/12 10:01 AM) Reply
Thank you everyone! @arianamaniacs: I'm thinking of making this pattern again in the original fabric, but without the adjustments. It really is a pretty print, and I'd still love a floral blouse! :)
arianamaniacs said... (5/1/12 4:34 AM) Reply
I like the lace yoke really well. nice job! I love your original enrry fabric too, any new plans for that yet?
sewtofit said... (4/30/12 11:25 PM) Reply
Nice job. I like the lace insets.
SheBear0320 said... (4/30/12 9:01 PM) Reply
Love your "muslin" fabric and think you made the right choice in making this into your entry piece. Great job on incorporating what you liked about the RTW and weeding out what you weren't as fussy about. Can't wait to see it in person ... maybe at our next sewing day (HINT!!!)
CTBarb said... (4/30/12 8:09 PM) Reply
Congrats! This is so cute...I love the lace yolk. You did a great job! Bravo!
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