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Date: 8/4/10 9:30 AM

Hey all, I was tooling around the interwebs this morning and I decided to check to see if the new Buttericks for fall were available. Well, they sorta are, kinda. If you want to see the new ones use this address
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and once you're there just change the last digit of the pattern number in the address bar. I was able to go all the way up to 5545 and I started at 5511. There are some cute things but mostly, I think I'll be sewing from the pattern stash this time around.

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Date: 8/4/10 10:27 AM

This one is interesting:


It looks just like a dress that Tabatha Coffey has worn on her Salon Takeover show:

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Date: 8/4/10 10:34 AM

Thanks for that link. I actually liked quite a few of those. Some of them seem like reruns of McCalls patterns. Love the last one. So cute.

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Date: 8/4/10 10:53 AM

I like a few of those, but a few of them scare me -- are they really reintroducing puffy, wide sleeves?

Here are the ones I do really like -- 5535, 5538, and 5544:





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Date: 8/4/10 11:36 AM

a few days ago I purchased McCall's versions of B5511, 5525....

I wonder if I can make 5515 in boucle??

5521 isnt really my style but I kinda like it

adds 5527, 5527, 5535 and 5544 to the possibilities list

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Date: 8/4/10 4:43 PM

I only can see bringing home that Tabitha dress and
and I think this is pretty stylish:

and I do like one of the tops in 5511 but I'd have to see the line drawing to know what's going on there.

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Date: 8/4/10 6:18 PM

Love that dress!

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Date: 8/4/10 8:24 PM

I dunno; these strike me as all over the map in terms of sleeve width, collar puffiness, and so on, but the general tone seems a bit, well, stuffy and retro, but without an edge.

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Date: 8/5/10 3:40 PM

I liked a lot of these patterns! I can't wait!

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Date: 8/5/10 4:20 PM

They're up to view in the traditional way now.

There are a few that I'll put on my wishlist. I like the seams and detailing on 5519 and the shawl-collar vest in 5534.

This has the feel of a sleeper collection - nothing jaw-dropping, but a lot of useful pieces that we'll probably discover uses for as time goes on. I won't pick up 5528 because I already have similar patterns, but it's a great set for sweater knits, with lots of views for one pattern. A lot of the See and Sew patterns look familiar - they're probably reissued from Vogue, as they are known to do.

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