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

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Posted on:11/11/06 11:34 AM
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slanden99 said... (11/13/06 8:30 AM) Reply
Cute shirt! You did a great job on it--love the color combinations
dctalktx said... (11/13/06 8:23 AM) Reply
Wow, I love this shirt and you did a great job! The colors are great, too. I have to find this magazine.
Nata said... (11/12/06 10:16 PM) Reply
I love the shirt. It has very finished look to it.
ACB said... (11/12/06 12:44 PM) Reply
Great looking t shirt.
MadalineJane said... (11/12/06 0:31 AM) Reply
Congrats on a great shirt. I love that Otto pattern also.
lmg said... (11/11/06 11:22 PM) Reply
Great top!
TanyaMT said... (11/11/06 7:16 PM) Reply
Nice shirt! I have this one marked for the future in my Ottobres but haven't gotten to it yet. There is so little variation sometimes in boys' patterns that this one really stood out, and also a great way to use up smaller pieces of knit.
JDpenelope said... (11/11/06 3:21 PM) Reply
Your color combinations are really nice. I'm going to alter the neckline (perhaps widening and adding small ruffles, which is easy to do and looks cute) and make this for my granddaughters. I almost always use self fabric for the ribbing, but cut the opening slightly larger and/or cut the "ribbing" longer than usual.
purpleseamstress said... (11/11/06 2:44 PM) Reply
Answer to dreamdesigner's question: The can is green and white and the title is Fabric Stabilizer. It's made by Sullivan's. I suppose it's a lot like spray starch, but I'm not absolutely sure. It's marketed for embroidery, lace making, heirloom sewing and applique.
Stephanie C. said... (11/11/06 1:45 PM) Reply
That looks so professional. Super!
dreamdesigner said... (11/11/06 1:22 PM) Reply
Cute t-shirt. what is a "fabric stiffiner"?
MelissaB in WA said... (11/11/06 11:53 AM) Reply
Isn't that one of the best Ottobre boys patterns??? Great job, I love that pattern so much!
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