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Reviewed by:Mariko
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Posted on:6/28/06 11:09 PM
Last Updated:6/28/06 11:14 PM
Pattern Size:Petite 


Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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AnneM said... (7/26/06 8:55 AM) Reply
Great job! I need to make a basic t-shirt pattern; it is one of my upcoming tasks. Love yours.
Kayce said... (7/11/06 4:36 PM) Reply
Hey, I'm trying to make some tennis tops, too! If you don't have a pattern, and you're making princess seams, do you make the side paneo outward curve longer, or just trace along your existing top and add seam allowances? Also, where do you find moisture control fabric? I've just been using 100% poly
Celeste said... (6/29/06 11:26 PM) Reply
Wow! That looks better than anything I've seen in a store and I'm sure you'll wear it so much that someday soon it will wear out!! Wonderful job!!
CherylStillSews said... (6/29/06 6:17 PM) Reply
Congratulations on your end result - all your hard work paid off!
Jennifer shaw said... (6/29/06 4:12 PM) Reply
Wow, it is great to see how you did this process. Thanks for writing a very helpful and thoughtful review. All of the shirts look great on you!
sewin'suz said... (6/29/06 2:17 PM) Reply
Your shirt looks great! I like the two fabrics. You make it sound so easy to draft a pattern - I just might try it.
wvsher said... (6/29/06 11:30 AM) Reply
Wow, great shirt. I'm amazed by people who can self-draft. The shirt looks very professional and fits you so well.
Princess Jenny said... (6/29/06 7:49 AM) Reply
Great job! I admire your perserverance. It really paid off :) Jen
Luckylibbet said... (6/29/06 0:00 AM) Reply
Great job explaining how to copy a favorite activewear top. The mulitple muslin phase I'm ver y familiar with! Great job overall.
Cathy Loves Fabric said... (6/28/06 11:50 PM) Reply
Very cool!
 
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