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Pattern Reviews> Christine Jonson> 1025 (BaseWearTwo - turtleneck)

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Posted on:11/19/02 5:46 PM
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annsew65 said... (11/25/02 11:26 AM) Reply
Oh, no! Another Christine Jonson pattern I need! This is a great looking top, Susan. I like the fact that the sleeves aren't dropped and it is a closer fit than here othere tops! The stretch needle will make a big difference and as Karla says, keep a spare handy - I do, too!
said... (11/21/02 3:47 PM) Reply
Susan, this is very nice. I was just saying to my husband, "who needs the Gap when we have Christine Jonson". These tops go together more quickly than a shopping trip and look six zillion times better than RTW!
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Karla Kizer said... (11/21/02 8:49 AM) Reply
I like the stretch twin needle, too. They can be a little harder to find, so I buy them when I see them. I recently mangled one in the middle of a hem, bending one needle so badly that it was bent at a 90 degree angle. (How????) I was glad I had a spare so I could finish the project.
susanbb said... (11/20/02 7:10 PM) Reply
There are twin needles AND stretch twin needles. I did not realize this until recently and I now have one that I will try with and without wooly nylon in the bobbin to see which works best on slinky. Thanks!
Deepika said... (11/20/02 4:18 PM) Reply
Susan, love the top. Looks like it fits really well!
eleda said... (11/19/02 11:38 PM) Reply
Your top looks great. Please describe your recently acquired STRETCH twin needle treatment for doing hems.
Andi said... (11/19/02 11:10 PM) Reply
Your looks great, I have become addicted too!
TrishW said... (11/19/02 8:27 PM) Reply
Very nice!
 
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