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Date: 5/9/11 8:43 PM

The new buttericks are here. I'm not smart enough to make a link. Nice summer stuff, but kind of generic.
-- Edited on 5/9/11 8:53 PM --

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Date: 5/9/11 9:03 PM

Here you go... New Butterick patterns

I think I like the shirtdress...5638

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Date: 5/9/11 9:06 PM

Thank you for putting the link in Loti. The only one I liked was 5644.

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Date: 5/9/11 9:17 PM

I'd like them more if they had separate A & B cup pattern pieces.

I've never been much of a Butterick fan. I do like 5645, though. View D is similar (but not as nice IMO) as an old Simplicity that I have. But the other views are different & fun.

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Date: 5/9/11 9:29 PM

My fingers are already itching to get to B5662

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Date: 5/9/11 9:30 PM

Hmm... not to be rude to those who like this new batch of patterns, but... I'm dozing off here.
-- Edited on 5/9/11 9:32 PM --

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Date: 5/9/11 9:36 PM

Haven't I seen most of these before? Like... maybe 40 years ago?

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Date: 5/9/11 9:42 PM

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Haven't I seen most of these before? Like... maybe 40 years ago?

Butterick had much cooler stuff in their catalogue back in 1971.

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Date: 5/9/11 10:25 PM

More like for the last 30 years it's been the same drab stuff...sigh...the corset is the only thing remotely cool, and those are just death traps....sigh....;)

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Date: 5/9/11 11:02 PM

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the corset is the only thing remotely cool, and those are just death traps....sigh

Death traps? I call mine (also a Butterick pattern) my "pretty backbrace"!

Oh yes, I so want this new one ....!!!!

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I don't really make mistakes ... I create "learning opportunities"! Murphy says: The better you match the thread to the fabric, the more likely you will need to rip some stitches out! I spend more quality time with my seamripper than I like ...
Yes, I DO love fabric!!
Happy owner of a band of Brothers: LX-3125, CS-770, CE5500 PRW, a PE-770 emb ... and now Kenmore 158.18032 and 148.12190
Blogging my "learning opportunites" at http://sewingmissadventure.blogspot.com/

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