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Posted on:11/4/12 6:25 PM
Last Updated:11/4/12 6:32 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 11 people   
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ceejayem said... (9/12/14 12:01 PM) Reply
misspell there, meant to say Come on, not common!
ceejayem said... (9/12/14 12:00 PM) Reply
Thanks for comparing this to the KS version, always good to know which is the more fitted. You have achieved an excellent fit, very nice result. Common guys, get with the program, that acronym wasn't that hard to figure out...LOL
Jennifer shaw said... (2/26/14 10:56 AM) Reply
What a beautiful top! Thank you for a great review!!
Levone said... (11/16/12 3:55 PM) Reply
Lovely tee!
lamstu said... (11/7/12 8:12 AM) Reply
It's really helpful to read the comparison to a similar pattern! Your top looks great.
LynnG said... (11/6/12 10:58 AM) Reply
Love your tee. This is one of my TNT patterns. I agree, it is flattering. Looks great on you.
Michele Lommasson said... (11/5/12 4:11 PM) Reply
Very nice top. I guess I'm ready to give it a try, too. It does look a little more flattering than the Kwik Sew version, which I was thinking of trying. Always on the lookout for a great raglan sleeve pattern to try. Thanks for the review.
Fran G said... (11/5/12 7:26 AM) Reply
Being a long time reader and a fellow member of the IBTC, I knew exactly what you were saying! As always, a very neat top with a great fit.
GoodbyeValntino said... (11/5/12 7:17 AM) Reply
Ha! You've taught us all a new term :) Very cute top.
jlg said... (11/5/12 5:29 AM) Reply
Sorry guys. I guess that I am showing my age on Pattern Review. IBTC stands for itty bitty ... club, a synonym for small busted.
Eva Suzanne said... (11/5/12 4:42 AM) Reply
Have to look up IBTC ... Very pretty knit & nice fit. Looks great !
SewWil said... (11/5/12 1:11 AM) Reply
Great looking top. IBTC...New one for me. Funny!
cleverkitty said... (11/4/12 8:40 PM) Reply
I never heard that term, I looked it up whoops...honestly jlg.... I'm blushing LOL Your top looks real nice, 4/8 seam? don't know that either, what's wrong with me I feel like I fell off the Christmas tree.
ArtAttack said... (11/4/12 7:32 PM) Reply
Great tee! Love your fabric...took me a minute to remember what IBTC was...haven't heard that in
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