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Posted on:11/24/12 11:12 AM
Last Updated:11/24/12 12:37 PM


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lcdrbetty said... (11/28/12 9:52 AM) Reply
I can't come up with an expletive that hasn't already been used...your work is fabulous! I absolutely love it! The bolero adds a whole new demention to WOW!
wimmie said... (11/26/12 10:17 AM) Reply
Simply beautiful.. I never heard of the Alabama Chanin book either. Looks very classy. thanks for the review.
JOshiro said... (11/25/12 5:28 PM) Reply
A work of art! Thank you for sharing this with us.
newmama said... (11/25/12 2:47 PM) Reply
Your handwork is amazing and the result is so elegant and stunning. Such beautiful work, thank you for sharing.
Mary M. Mohr said... (11/25/12 1:03 PM) Reply
This is an amazing garment. What beautiful execution. Have you done much handwork before? And with the bolero it is ahh! Was the bolero something you just concocted or was it also included in the Chanin book?
Jstarr4250 said... (11/25/12 9:04 AM) Reply
I have never heard of Alabama Chenin before - thank you for bringing it to my attention. Your top is a triumph and a masterpiece. Wear it with great pride.
JEF said... (11/25/12 8:26 AM) Reply
Amazingly beautiful.
mending maven said... (11/25/12 7:59 AM) Reply
SPECTACULAR! Words do not express!
VivianZ said... (11/25/12 7:39 AM) Reply
OMG! This is beautiful. The work is so evident. Thanks for sharing.
GoodbyeValntino said... (11/25/12 7:01 AM) Reply
I've often wondered about the Alabama Chanin patterns and techniques. Your top is just beautiful - a true heirloom :)
Mary Gillette said... (11/25/12 4:06 AM) Reply
Ditto from me. It's stunning!
ghijsmom said... (11/25/12 1:59 AM) Reply
Wow! That is really something. I applaud your lovely stitches!
yummymummy38 said... (11/25/12 1:43 AM) Reply
Creative, elegant and timeless.
Christas said... (11/25/12 0:35 AM) Reply
Oh, my! This is SOOOOO very lovely! What a very beautiful creation!
Michele W said... (11/25/12 0:08 AM) Reply
Just awe inspiring! You did a fantastic job on it. Thanks for the great detail pics.
Michele W said... (11/25/12 0:08 AM) Reply
Just awe inspiring! You did a fantastic job on it. Thanks for the great detail pics.
kathi s said... (11/24/12 11:07 PM) Reply
Wow! Really lovely-
kathi s said... (11/24/12 11:07 PM) Reply
Wow! Really lovely-
QueenZ said... (11/24/12 7:38 PM) Reply
A work of love, a work of art, this is truly fabulous!
meggipeg said... (11/24/12 6:57 PM) Reply
Oh my gosh, I am sitting here in disbelief. Your top is beautiful. Please don't wear it while eating bolognaise or drinking red wine, OK??!!!
PattyE said... (11/24/12 6:05 PM) Reply
Just stunning!
RMJ said... (11/24/12 6:03 PM) Reply
I didn't understand the attraction of the Alabama Chanin techniques until I saw this - beautiful!
jlg said... (11/24/12 5:01 PM) Reply
I love this top.
n45 said... (11/24/12 3:34 PM) Reply
Beautiful! I've used the Alabama Chanin Tee and it fits very well for a B/small C. Bigger than that and you probably need FBA. This is beautiful work you've done, and yes the hand sewing is very relaxing.
Elona said... (11/24/12 3:11 PM) Reply
This is true Wearable Art! Just gorgeous!
CSY said... (11/24/12 2:21 PM) Reply
WOW!
sewpelican said... (11/24/12 2:07 PM) Reply
Beautiful, tone on tone reverse applique is a great statement. Wonderful achievement, so satisfying for you. Your stitching is is so perfect.
RLL said... (11/24/12 1:40 PM) Reply
That is incredible! I can understand why you feel like a million bucks wearing it.
mnitts said... (11/24/12 1:10 PM) Reply
That is beautiful work.
Quickie said... (11/24/12 12:47 PM) Reply
I am breathless. It's beautiful
Liz in Cville said... (11/24/12 12:35 PM) Reply
That. Is. So. Beautiful. I am tempted to do something similar now, though only if I can stitch by machine. Will have to experiment. One question: why don't the edges of the motifs curl, as jersey likes to do? Is the stitching close enough to prevent it? Again, SUCH a beautiful top. Congrats, and enjoy :)
Restart06 said... (11/24/12 12:06 PM) Reply
Wow, I love it!! I just ordered some stuff from Alabama Chanin as this is next on my list to start! Thanks for the review. It inspires me to get started!!
RadarRadiance said... (11/24/12 12:00 PM) Reply
It is just beautiful and so elegant. What a marvel to look at all the work you put into it and the results are astonishing!!! Yes...thanks for sharing!
61sew4fun said... (11/24/12 11:24 AM) Reply
Beautiful! I love tone on tone, white work, candle-wicking, this is so elegant. Thanks for sharing.
 
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