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Pattern Reviews> Onion> 1016 (Anorak)

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Posted on:2/18/06 3:57 PM
Last Updated:4/13/08 12:22 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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lilyofthevalley said... (4/14/08 9:55 PM) Reply
This is an extremely attractive anorak for your sister. I really like the bulky knit you've used for her anorak and you sizing for her was very wise. She also looks very pleased. Lovely, Lily
GollyGolly said... (4/14/08 3:35 PM) Reply
Great pullover, no matter what the language, beautiful job.
Lady_Mame said... (4/13/08 1:31 PM) Reply
Dein Pulli ist sehr shoen! Ich wunsche fuer mir eine coeperien naehen. ( I hope I spelled all of that right, it's been a very long time since I have been able to use my german lessons!) Your pullover looks great, and I think I should make myself one for springtime and fall :)
Hilary said... (3/1/06 5:42 PM) Reply
beautiful, Tini, really! I love the colors and what a great tip about the non-poly fleece! I cannot believe someone was SWIMMING omgosh, I feel frozen when its 45F, lol-I've been in Texas too long :o) I want to get this pattern, I must sweet talk DH haha
brrmm said... (2/27/06 10:39 PM) Reply
Love your anorak to bits !!! And love this pattern. Found a bit about translation for Onion patterns - hope this helps out, I haven't read thru it yet. click here
MariaDenmark said... (2/27/06 6:54 AM) Reply
Sweetie - we are twins - I love that raspberry colour! Great anorak! What did you line it with?
Nata said... (2/26/06 9:53 PM) Reply
It looks very nice and comfortable. I like the two-color combination too
Annika said... (2/26/06 8:42 PM) Reply
Love the color combo. I'm going to have to try this pattern now...
GorgeousFabrics said... (2/26/06 5:32 PM) Reply
Tini, I really like this version. That is a great looking pullover! -Ann
Cambric Tea said... (2/26/06 3:39 PM) Reply
Cute pullover! You look adorable! ** Swimming in the frozen pond! I hope the man covered himself with lard before he did that!
Nickle said... (2/26/06 11:20 AM) Reply
Very nice Anorak- pretty picture.
Karin Mantefors said... (2/21/06 1:02 PM) Reply
Nice Tini. This oneīs on my list too I like the fact that itīs shaped.
sherry pete said... (2/19/06 3:38 PM) Reply
It looks stylish and comfy to me! With your topstitching, I'm sure the front seam looks apart of the overall design - yeh, you meant to do this!
Asa Hagstrom said... (2/19/06 11:38 AM) Reply
Nice anorak Tini! I'm working on mine right now too, out of red fleece, and also planning my next version :)
Leslie in Austin said... (2/19/06 10:03 AM) Reply
Such a cute, cozy little anorak. I really like the side shaping.
AnneM said... (2/19/06 8:33 AM) Reply
Very cute style. I like the overlap in the front. Too bad about the fabric flaw & mix-up of front vs. back, but it certainly looks wearable for casual!
Katharine in BXL said... (2/19/06 0:16 AM) Reply
This is a great pattern. Topstitching lends a nice sporty finish. This might also be cool with piped seams in a contrasting color, like hot pink with grey.
Lori Sews said... (2/18/06 7:35 PM) Reply
I think it looks great! Very pretty for an anorak. Thanks for the reminder to examine our layout. I have made the "fold" error a few times myself. :)
CarolynGM said... (2/18/06 6:27 PM) Reply
Definitely an anorak with some style and shape. Good job.
Lisette said... (2/18/06 5:10 PM) Reply
Yours looks great. I love the one I have made so far and will make more.
drsue said... (2/18/06 4:57 PM) Reply
Looks great from what I can see. As I'm typing this I'm wearing one of mine. This is a really great pattern.
 
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