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Posted on:9/6/05 8:40 PM
Last Updated:9/6/05 9:17 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 3 people   
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Susan J. said... (6/6/08 9:07 PM) Reply
Thanks for the hint about the sleeve width.
tigger said... (9/10/05 5:15 PM) Reply
Love the top - and the idea to use the ties as trims is fantastic!
joan said... (9/7/05 8:07 PM) Reply
Lee Ann, yes I did save the tie interfacing for sleeve heads. I have a whole big bag of them. I am taking them to my sewing group on Fri. I have found that some are better suited for that use than others.
Lee Ann Hawkins said... (9/7/05 7:08 PM) Reply
Joan, I think I like # 1 also for the sleeve trim. Have you used the tie interfacing, cut in 1 1/4inch bias strips, for sleeve heads? It works great for jackets etc. Thanks for this review and also the Simplicity blouse as I just bought that pattern!
PVA said... (9/7/05 5:07 PM) Reply
Beautiful Jacket, Joan--thanks for this review. I really admire the way you've used bias strips from men's ties to bind the edge. I have a collection of men's ties & have used them for bias binding inside a jacket, but not this way. Really love it!
Modiste Madness said... (9/7/05 7:43 AM) Reply
What a great way to add some individuality to a great basic pattern. Thanks for the idea. I definately adds to an already attractive top.
htremont said... (9/7/05 7:25 AM) Reply
Your jacket is beautiful - I like option #1 of adding bias trim to the sleeve at this position.
Peggy L said... (9/7/05 0:33 AM) Reply
What a great idea to use the tie as trim!
Diane E said... (9/6/05 9:34 PM) Reply
Joan, this is very pretty. I like the proportion resulting from putting the trim inside the sleeve edge (#1), or even turning it vertically (like a little epaulet?).
Jennifer shaw said... (9/6/05 8:53 PM) Reply
Thanks joan. I am sure that this is quite stunning on you!
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