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Pattern Reviews> Master Pattern Book> Alabama Sewing/Design (Fitted Tunic)

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Posted on:8/18/12 10:27 AM
Last Updated:8/18/12 12:27 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Cre8tv said... (2/3/13 12:19 PM) Reply
I love your interpretation of the material AND that you reused t-shirts! Thanks for the inspiration!
Living Beauty said... (12/27/12 4:35 AM) Reply
Thanks for the review. Very thorough. You top looks great! I hope to finish mine shortly!
devviePuu said... (12/21/12 11:29 AM) Reply
i love the abstract design created by the original top--excellent stenciling, also!
marthamyers said... (8/19/12 4:41 PM) Reply
Great process - wonderful outcome!
MammaJamma said... (8/19/12 4:15 PM) Reply
You have inspired me to go back to the book and try some new techniques. I am impressed with how innovative you are in using a printed tshirt in a new way.
minasmom said... (8/19/12 11:29 AM) Reply
You SHOULD be extremely pleased with your outcome. Great it!
Rebecca D said... (8/19/12 9:17 AM) Reply
I think this is an astonishing piece of work. Bravo. It's edgy, inventive, looks like it cost $400, and your hand-stitching is lovely.
Living Beauty said... (8/18/12 5:21 PM) Reply
Thank you for such a detailed review! You've done a beautiful job on your top and bolero. I was a little apprehensive about wearing a bolero, but you are right, it is very flattering! This is my next project!
sewing for fun said... (8/18/12 1:09 PM) Reply
Looks great, and the bolero DOES look perfect. Reminds me of the look of the Jalie Sweetheart top pattern, but in contrast with "removable" sleeves.
Claverie said... (8/18/12 11:34 AM) Reply
Love the incorporation of the print, red, Xs ... all of it. Looks great.
Improvisatrix said... (8/18/12 11:26 AM) Reply
Duplicate--don't know why.
Improvisatrix said... (8/18/12 11:26 AM) Reply
This is a really nice, graphic version of the Alabama Chanin style. I really like it, and the fit is perfect looking!
Elcue said... (8/18/12 11:21 AM) Reply
Excellent review. The corset looks wonderful with or without the bolero.
jacqui rocks said... (8/18/12 10:59 AM) Reply
Very very nice, great fit.
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