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Posted on:11/15/06 6:41 PM
Last Updated:11/15/06 7:10 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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ACB said...
Cute top, love those items we can put together quickly!
11/15/06 6:43 PM
Vonnevo said...
Another fabulous top :)))
11/15/06 6:51 PM
Elona said...
Boy, you have your fit figured out perfectly!
11/15/06 7:54 PM
Englebert said...
Your tops look very nice! I really like that curved hem line, too. :)
11/15/06 8:31 PM
Danvillegirl said...
Both tops look great!
11/16/06 5:29 AM
carolynw said...
Looks lovely - I am about to cut this out - small world!!
11/16/06 8:22 AM
AnneM said...
Cute; glad it worked despite the low stretch factor of your fabric. That plaid version looks particularly nice, I think.
11/16/06 9:14 AM
martinanne said...
That looks like a perfect fit! Great job!
11/16/06 1:47 PM
JDpenelope said...
You're the Queen of Quick Tops, and your results are great, probably because of the nice fit and the lovely fabric.
11/16/06 6:40 PM
2BSewing said...
Thanks for the complements. I can't tell you how comfy these tops are. And I'm glad I finally found a pattern for knits with low stretch factor. I'm thinking of using this with a buttermilk type knit and see how it comes out. Stay tuned! :)
11/16/06 7:11 PM
2BSewing said...
Hi Clin...Interesting that we seem to be on the same wavelength. Okay, what should we sew next?
11/16/06 7:12 PM
 
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