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Posted on:10/3/05 7:23 PM
Last Updated:5/21/08 9:43 PM
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KarmenG said... (5/21/08 10:19 PM) Reply
This style is really working for you and what a great idea. Thanks for bringing it to our attention again. Fabric looks yummy!
CSM--Carla said... (9/11/06 8:40 PM) Reply
EXOTIC!! Thanks for sharing this rendition of your vest pattern, Patti! Carla
Schnauzer said... (10/5/05 3:23 PM) Reply
A really lovely outfit Patti!
Harriet Rogers said... (10/4/05 9:10 AM) Reply
Love the whole outfit: looks gorgeous on you. Wonderful what you did to the vest: I really like the kimono jacket effect: always looks elegant, but never out of style.
Gigi Louis said... (10/4/05 9:04 AM) Reply
Patti, I just love your interpretation! It's really much more wearable with sleeves. The entire outfit is great.
licarritc said... (10/4/05 8:00 AM) Reply
I like your version much better than the Chico's one!
BjP said... (10/4/05 7:50 AM) Reply
This is truly a lovely outfit, Patty. Great colors on you!
Danvillegirl said... (10/4/05 5:48 AM) Reply
Great modification! Lovely 'kabuki' jacket. It truly goes well with the skirt and top.
Liane M said... (10/4/05 3:06 AM) Reply
Very pretty. I like it better than the Chico's jacket. The entire outfit is great.
10Ksteps said... (10/3/05 11:40 PM) Reply
I loved especially that you were able to get the Chico jacket out of this pattern--very innovative. And I bet you beat their price, too.
KarmenG said... (10/3/05 11:05 PM) Reply
Lovely on you! Nice job. Love the sleeves
Izzie said... (10/3/05 10:39 PM) Reply
That is gorgeous! I love the fabrics and the color looks so good on you.
Annie- oh said... (10/3/05 8:51 PM) Reply
Yes to all of the above - plus, thanks for the details and the links!
touran said... (10/3/05 8:13 PM) Reply
That's a fabulous outfit, Patti. The vest is my favorite LH pattern and the sleeves and fabric make it very special.
Elona said... (10/3/05 8:09 PM) Reply
Yeah, it's way better looking than the Chico's top. Shaped is nicer!
Peggy L said... (10/3/05 8:05 PM) Reply
I like your version better! This is a really great outfit - I'm another Chico's/slinky fan.
Ruth C said... (10/3/05 8:00 PM) Reply
What a beautiful outfit!
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