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Posted on:11/2/02 5:38 PM
Last Updated:1/7/03 3:03 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 2 people   
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said... (11/6/02 1:27 AM) Reply
your top looks great - I have made it several times and love it, too.
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said... (11/5/02 3:49 PM) Reply
Great job!...On my way to buy it now, thanks for the review!
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said... (11/5/02 1:54 PM) Reply
Mini, it cost me 75 cents!!
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said... (11/5/02 1:31 PM) Reply
I is very flattering. I have seen this style in local boutiques for $50 or more, and they were just ordinary cotton. So sewing your own is really a bargain.
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said... (11/5/02 11:15 AM) Reply
Lou, it looks like you achieved a wonderful fit-- (plus, it looks great on you too!)
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said... (11/5/02 11:04 AM) Reply
I am looking for more fabric for this top as we speak, its so comfortable, flattering, and best of all I made it!!
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said... (11/5/02 10:58 AM) Reply
Lou, this top looks great on you! On my last one I experimented with stitching the overlap shut and I have to admit I like it even better.
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said... (11/5/02 9:55 AM) Reply
Lou, this is one of my favorite patterns! Hmm, maybe I need one in navy lycra too, now that you mention it. :)
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said... (11/3/02 1:32 PM) Reply
The translation was perfect Mel! I love that word!
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said... (11/2/02 7:58 PM) Reply
Karla, I meant to say I found chuffed in The English-to-American online dictionary.
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said... (11/2/02 7:56 PM) Reply
I like this pattern too (and also reviewed it). Only problem is I used unshrunk CJ cotton/lycra without thinking and now it's a little on the tight side though still wearable. I look forward to seeing the photo. dictionary.
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said... (11/2/02 7:11 PM) Reply
Karla, 'chuffed' is basically 'very pleased'. Lou, I'm glad it worked for you - I look forward to the photo.
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said... (11/2/02 6:50 PM) Reply
Glad that KS patterns work for you, Lou, and we'll look forward to the pics. I must spend too much time in my cave, so please, translate for me......."chuffed"?
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