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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5601 (Professional Uniform Basics)

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Reviewed by:Tonya

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Posted on:11/7/02 6:01 PM
Last Updated:11/8/02 8:27 AM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 1 people   
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said... (11/8/02 4:15 PM) Reply
The facing treatment is very odd, isn't it? It drove me nuts, too.
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said... (11/8/02 9:14 AM) Reply
This pattern was the second thing I made when I started sewing. I had a horrible time with the neck facing and I've been leery of them since. It's nice to know that it's the pattern, not me.
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said... (11/8/02 0:47 AM) Reply
Tonya, you have a good sense of humor and it is apparent here. I hope you find something more appropriate for your needs, although this review is funny. :)
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said... (11/7/02 10:17 PM) Reply
Tonya, I like KwikSew's scrub pattern #2807. It features 3 pockets; leave them off if you wish. (I won't wear a scrub top that doesn't have pockets at the hip, myself). I've lost track of the number of tops I've made with this pattern. For scrub pants for my daughter, I used KS # 2872, lengthened from capri to full length. She likes the slant pocket and drawstring combination of this pattern. I haven't found a scrub pattern out there that beats KwikSew.
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