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Date: 3/25/11 6:37 AM

New Summer Vogue Patterns

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Date: 3/25/11 6:52 AM

ooh! I haven't been drawn to Vogues in a while, but I rather like both cowl neck designs (I'm so predictable!), the DKNY dress and the racer back top, though I doubt I'll buy either as both seem to be within my limited pattern drafting skills. :)

I'm also intrigued by how the instructions for the Claire Schaeffer jacket might apply to the trenchcoat I want to sew in the next few months...

Edit: ooh!! I missed it on first glance, but I love the jacket, dress and skirt in this wardrobe pattern (yawn on the trousers though). That one actually *is* going on my wish list!
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Date: 3/25/11 8:18 AM

I love Vogue!! and there are a couple there I have to have !!!

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Date: 3/25/11 8:32 AM

This Kay Unger dress is like the Adrianna Papell dress several people were discussing last fall. I can't wait to get my hands on the Claire Shaeffer jacket so as to incorporate some of the features in the trench coat I've just started muslining. As usual, I love the DKNY dresses: 1250, 1235, and 1236. There are also several lovely sheath dresses. I probably don't need yet another sheath pattern, but I love the look 8739

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Date: 3/25/11 8:43 AM

Out of all of the patterns, I am most likely to get the Claire Shaeffer. Some of the other patterns are interesting, but I have so many already. I like Claire's patterns because I like to learn from her instructions.

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Date: 3/25/11 8:44 AM

I love that they continue to increase the number of multi cup sized patterns!

I've been wanting a pattern like this. It's just like that Lekala pattern. 1241

The DKNY is a definite buy. I have othe cowl neck dresses but the DKNY just fit so nicely and this one only takes 1 1/4 yards of fabric!

I also like 1235

I will probably buy three of the custom fit ones, 8723, 8724, and 8725.

I'm so spoiled with Joann's offering them for $4. I'd be a lot more discriminating if I didn't have that option.

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Date: 3/25/11 8:52 AM

I guess I will be back when sleeves are legal again.

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Date: 3/25/11 8:58 AM

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I guess I will be back when sleeves are legal again.




LOL, it DOES seem that designers have forgotten about sleeves! My arms are nothing to write home about, but I've succumbed to the sleeveless dress trend. I really like a number of the new designer dresses (Koos, Ralph Rucci, Issey Miyake, DKNY, Guy Laroche & Sandra Betzina) and will be picking them up during the next Club BMV sale.
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Date: 3/25/11 9:05 AM

Couldn't you add sleeves to a number of them? That wouldn't be very hard I don't think.

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Date: 3/25/11 9:10 AM



I'll settle fo the Marcy Tilton bag. One size fits all, and it will fit over my sleeves. http://voguepatterns.mccall.com/v8741-products-14179.php?page_id=174

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