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Reviewed by:ChrisK
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Posted on:10/30/06 3:40 AM
Last Updated:10/30/06 3:40 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Beek said... (3/27/08 8:14 AM) Reply
So many have sewn this pattern and it always turns aout fabulous! Another great top!
Elemenopeo said... (11/2/06 6:10 PM) Reply
It's beautiful. The knit has a nice print on it for this style.
AnneM said... (11/1/06 12:56 PM) Reply
Well, your top looks great. I would never have given that pattern a second glance.
patsijean said... (10/31/06 10:58 AM) Reply
If only I had a longer neck and no "power surges". This is such an attractive top.
cathy45 said... (10/31/06 9:22 AM) Reply
Beautiful, definitely a wearable muslin. The pattern as such style.
ChrisK said... (10/30/06 2:49 PM) Reply
Kay Y, yes this is a close fitting top, so unless you used *very* stretchy fabric I don't think you could get away without the zip as the neckline and crossover is so high, but I think you could get away with a shorter zip than the 22" the pattern asks for. Thanks for the nice comments everyone.
BjP said... (10/30/06 1:08 PM) Reply
Beautiful! Thanks for pointing this top view out...I couldn't get past the jacket so hadn't noticed. This is a lovely top in beautiful-looking fabric.
Sanibelle said... (10/30/06 12:32 PM) Reply
A beautiful, stylish top!
Kay Y said... (10/30/06 9:06 AM) Reply
Despite the "nasty nylon knit" this looks marvellous. I, like Irina, never noticed this beautiful top which looks like it would be terrific under a jacket. Is it very close fitting, and do you think one could get away without the zipper?
nancy2001 said... (10/30/06 8:10 AM) Reply
Absolutely stunning top. You did an excellent job. Now I want one too.
CarolynGM said... (10/30/06 5:49 AM) Reply
Whenever I look at that pattern in the catalog, I only "see" the jacket. Now I can tell that the top is the real standout in the envelope. Yours is lovely. Some newer Vogue patterns have more sizes in an envelope, but apparently not this one.
SBanks said... (10/30/06 5:10 AM) Reply
I love your fabric and the style is perfect. I'm going to have to hunt down the right fabric and get this pattern.
jlg said... (10/30/06 5:01 AM) Reply
Your top looks much better than Vogue's photo. Now, I want this pattern.
Zaneta said... (10/30/06 4:43 AM) Reply
Gorgeous, I love it...
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