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Posted on:1/6/07 1:47 PM

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angi_nagel said... (1/7/07 6:00 PM) Reply
That's so cute! Looks very rtw.
AnneM said... (1/7/07 9:38 AM) Reply
Very pretty. I like both.
BeckyW said... (1/6/07 10:11 PM) Reply
I am in love with that blouse!!!! Love the fabric. Love the cut. I usually wear tanks under tunics too. Glad to hear that the side zip can be omitted. I need this pattern now.
sewbehind said... (1/6/07 9:17 PM) Reply
Oh, this is so pretty. Don't despair about having to admit that you are a size 14, that is probably a size 10 RTW. Looks really good to me!
Vonnevo said... (1/6/07 8:45 PM) Reply
Fabulous Sue ! I have thos pattern and you have prompted me to sew it up. That translates to more "fabric collection" reduction !
cindy-lou said... (1/6/07 8:23 PM) Reply
Yes, beautiful tunics and very cool fabric. I love them both, especially the green!
frame said... (1/6/07 6:27 PM) Reply
Very pretty tops. I really like the fabric you chose.
SueV said... (1/6/07 5:50 PM) Reply
a photo on me? Oooo, that would mean I'd have to comb my hair, wash my face and maybe put some mascara on :) i think I can manage that at some point this weekend.
KathleenS said... (1/6/07 5:05 PM) Reply
Great tops - I like your fabric combinations. Any chance of seeing a photo of them on you?
Debbie Cook said... (1/6/07 5:03 PM) Reply
Those look great! When I looked at the pattern pic I was so happy to see that I have it! Your fabric choices are perfect so I would expect you to receive all those compliments. :-)
LauraTS said... (1/6/07 3:18 PM) Reply
They both look beautiful; I particularly like the black burnout velvet one. I've got this pattern in my stash, and it's good to hear that the zipper may be optional.
touran said... (1/6/07 3:06 PM) Reply
Very pretty. I like the contrast color of the sash. And you're so right about tunics for 'chunky' days. ;)
SBanks said... (1/6/07 2:40 PM) Reply
Pretty. Yeah a side zip would be weird with that wonder flowy fabric.
Sirvinya said... (1/6/07 2:28 PM) Reply
Your versions of this one are lovely! I'm in the middle of making B right now. I love your fabric choices.
Penny Carlson said... (1/6/07 2:14 PM) Reply
Yeah! I like this one too. I made the same view as yours last summer, omitting the wasit band. That neck IS way low, though.
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