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Date: 2/23/07 9:51 AM

I don't know exactly when it'll be available for purchase, but it's possible to see the new Ottobre Woman online: http://www.ottobredesign.com

Click on the last image on the right, a new window will open with the designs.

I think the patterns are interesting, nothing really new, but good basic patterns that can be modified to fit our creative needs
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Date: 2/23/07 10:09 AM

Thanks so much for letting us know! I love their woman's issues! I had great luck with the tee in the last one.
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Date: 2/23/07 10:09 AM

I think they are nice too, but where's the long pants, and I see a coat but no blazer. Thanks for the link!

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Date: 2/23/07 10:10 AM

Thank you for the link!

I like all the skirts and the tops in this issue...especially the gored skirt.

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Date: 2/23/07 10:36 AM

Quote: muffet
I had great luck with the tee in the last one.

I haven't made that one yet *shame, shame, shame*, but it's on my 15 pages long list of things to sew

It's true that there aren't many pants, but since I'm a skirts-gal anyway, it suits me fineI'm also glad most of the designs are available up to size 52...

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Date: 2/23/07 1:05 PM

I CAN'T WAIT!!!! I love the skirts. Their clothes seem to fit me well. Especially the bottoms. Hopefully my white envelope will show up in the mail soon:-)

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Date: 2/23/07 2:10 PM

Has anyone ordered these off the Ottobre website? I just did, so I hope it goes right...


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Date: 2/23/07 4:00 PM

I've been checking the last couple of days to see if Woman's issue is up. Thanks for posting. I love this issue and can't wait to get the magazine.

I already have some sweater knit for the wrap. I hope I have enough!

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Date: 2/23/07 4:23 PM

I can't wait either. I see so many things I'd love to sew. A great selection of everyday, casual clothes for a mum/mom.

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Date: 2/23/07 5:13 PM

Thanks for the heads up. Lots of good wardrobe building basics.
I'm curious how this tee shirt compares with last year's tee shirt. Do you think they are the same pattern? The wide yoked pants look familiar too.

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