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Pattern Reviews> Textile Studio> 1209 (Monaco Shell)

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Posted on:8/14/06 8:18 PM

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CSM--Carla said...
Linda, I love this top too! That neckline finish is so simple. Your fabric is beautiful--very feminine. Thanks for sharing. Carla
8/14/06 8:47 PM
bunz said...
Wonderful colors on you!
8/14/06 10:41 PM
MaryBeth said...
This top is totally becoming to you. Using Solvy sounds like a pain but it the way to conquer all manner of nasty knits, including slinky. So, another UFO bits the dust!! Congrats.
8/15/06 1:05 AM
LiZ said...
Linda, your top is beautiful, thanks for the tip on using solvy, I have a top that I have been trying to CS and keep getting skipped stitches. I have tried everything else I can think of so will try out as soon as I get a chance.
8/15/06 6:55 AM
Linda F said...
Linda,I am glad you kept the fabric, it looks great on you. Thanks for the tip of using Solvy, I'll have to get some.
8/15/06 9:31 AM
cathy45 said...
Sometimes you just have to set back for a while. Then when you come back to it the solutions just seem to appear. The top looks fabulous--Love that fabric!
8/16/06 9:33 AM
Debbie Cook said...
Good thing you stuck with this because it turned out beautifully. Very pretty on you!
8/17/06 4:59 PM
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