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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Design Magazine> 02-2005-20 (Color Blocked T-shirt)

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Posted on:9/22/06 5:25 PM

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Corey said... (10/8/06 2:00 PM) Reply
That looks great! I bet he loves it! I love the curved raglan tee design that Ottobre uses and just finished one myself (without the blocking).
JDpenelope said... (9/24/06 6:12 AM) Reply
This is a great shirt and your work is so nice. This review plus MelissaB's makes me wish I had this issue! Maybe I'll look on ebay.
lilhoney57 said... (9/23/06 7:12 PM) Reply
Looks awesome!
lmg said... (9/23/06 7:12 PM) Reply
I love this pattern. I bet your son just loves it. Great job.
Janice C. said... (9/23/06 11:07 AM) Reply
You are clever ! Totally fab!
MadalineJane said... (9/23/06 10:41 AM) Reply
Thanks everyone. I had a great time making this. Celeste, it wasn't hard making the curves lie flat. It's such a fun shirt to make and it's actually the reason why I started subscribing to Ottobre.
Monica G said... (9/23/06 8:03 AM) Reply
Great job on the shirt and color blocking. Your topstitching looks so perfect.
martinanne said... (9/23/06 3:42 AM) Reply
This is one of my all-time favorite Ottobre patterns!
patsijean said... (9/23/06 0:43 AM) Reply
Love this shirt. How clever.
Mary Stiefer said... (9/22/06 10:12 PM) Reply
This is just so cute. Great job and I love the color combinations
Celeste said... (9/22/06 9:56 PM) Reply
This would work great for girls, too! A flower print could be used for a panel and two coordinating solid colors!! Great for either boys or girls. You did a great job on joining those curves pieces. Was it difficult to get the curves to lay flat??
jnamcd said... (9/22/06 7:31 PM) Reply
I've made the same one too---it is a great look! Super job!
pterion said... (9/22/06 7:28 PM) Reply
What a cute shirt!
Donna H said... (9/22/06 7:28 PM) Reply
OOOhhhh...looks great. You're right: what a welcome relief from the usual!
MelissaB in WA said... (9/22/06 5:41 PM) Reply
Love Love Love it!!! You did an awesome job! I really want to make a few more of these for fall, but with a long sleeve.
Peggy L said... (9/22/06 5:38 PM) Reply
What a great tee - the color blocking really makes is awesome.
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