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Posted on:12/28/06 0:04 AM
Last Updated:12/30/06 8:04 PM


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christine A said...
Very cute. it does look easy enough even for me! I love your fabrics!
12/28/06 0:39 AM
fuzzygalore said...
Very good-looking results, love the fabrics. I'm surprised to see that this looks good in crisp fabrics like quilting cottons, but all the better :-). You should know though that in my experience the instructions to grade these Park Bench patterns are grossly inadequate, and can only lead to problems for people who attempt them. They're meant for an under-served size range, the intermediate between regular and plus sizes, and they're good for that, but they shouldn't be pushed beyond the range stated.
12/28/06 3:35 AM
carolynw said...
I love this - would never have thought from the line drawing that it could look this nice!!
12/28/06 9:21 AM
Irene Q said...
Very nice! When I made this, I had to sew the two sections together, too - way too revealing otherwise.
12/28/06 10:57 AM
cecelia said...
Thanks for reviewing this--I have the pattern but haven't made it yet. I like your fabric combination and the self bias.
12/28/06 2:45 PM
OP Gal said...
Lovely top. I really like your choice of fabrics.
12/28/06 5:20 PM
ryan's mom said...
That's a great-looking top! I love the look of the two fabrics.
12/29/06 8:55 AM
Heatherrique said...
Tres chic et jolie!
12/30/06 8:20 PM
 
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