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Date: 7/31/12 2:42 PM

After admiring the patterns and consideration of the Australian postage I fell in liine and ordered three of the patterns; the Cosy cardi, the Linda pant, and the Sacha shirt and, of course, I'll get the Suzie top as well as my freebie.
Having read the rave reviews here and with the Fall season coming the time is right to try a new pattern line.
I look forward to some new looks!
I'd love to hear from anyone who's made these styles up and how they turned out.

I must not be using the right search terms because I've been unable to find any style arc pattern reviews here.

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Date: 7/31/12 2:44 PM

I can't answer any questions yet, but last week I ordered several patterns as well. I can't wait for them to arrive!

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Date: 7/31/12 2:48 PM

There are lots of reviews. Use this link and select Style Arc as the pattern company (from the drop down menu) Style Arc reviews.

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Date: 7/31/12 2:55 PM

Thanks, JEF!

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Linda
Funny, I don't remember being absentminded.

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Date: 7/31/12 4:14 PM

Hooray. My patterns arrived today.

I was a little worried because I got an email saying it was dispatched on the 27th.

I have the Suzie top, the Robin top and the Peta pant.

I will start on the Suzie this week.

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A Singer Featherweight Centennial and an old Necci in the loft waiting for TLC

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Date: 7/31/12 7:23 PM

Linda Pants - 14 reviews
Cosy Cardi - 2 reviews
Sacha Shirt - 2 reviews
I haven't seen any reviews of the Suzie yet.
Photo Gallery - Don't forget the photo gallery on the Style Arc website.

-- Edited on 7/31/12 7:24 PM --

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Date: 7/31/12 7:47 PM

I'm sewing Shelly right now. I bought by my full bust and so far it's looking good.

I had to pivot to add an inch to the hip on each side. I also had to add an inch to the bicep of the sleeve.

So far no FBA nor a broad back alteration but I usually buy for my upper bust measurement. I'm sewing a larger size than I usually order but that's okay.

I think you'll love these patterns!!

I got Suzie too and I want to make it soon.

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Date: 8/1/12 7:27 AM

I have just finished 3 pairs of linda pants, 2 in ponti and 1 in cotton fleecy interlock, size 10. I found the pattern needed alteration for my shape (lowered scoop for full low butt and added extra fabric in the hips to make up for it, also took in the back inner thigh). However, I found the pattern to be vastly superior to those in 'the big 4'- so much easier to alter.

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