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Reviewed by:BethAnn

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Posted on:3/18/07 8:23 AM
Last Updated:7/29/10 1:48 PM
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ChristineX said... (8/1/10 4:20 PM) Reply
Love it!
Kayseri said... (8/1/10 6:39 AM) Reply
Oh boy - talk about re-inventing the t-shirt! This is a great concept and your rendition looks terrific.
pammieh said... (7/31/10 3:28 PM) Reply
Great idea - I'm going to have to think about his for some old T-shirts I have!!
SusiM said... (7/30/10 0:34 AM) Reply
Really awesome top! Thanks for the cable ties mention for use as boning. I hadn't heard of that before.
birdmcfarland said... (7/29/10 9:23 PM) Reply
I just love when fabulous things like this are posted not long after I hear stupid "granny" comments about sewing. Cool top and you look fantastic.
Mushywear said... (7/29/10 6:27 PM) Reply
What a cool adaptation of this pattern! Great review. Love all the tips you mention.
lilyofthevalley said... (7/29/10 5:05 PM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful 'fit' in your alluring t-shirt and it hurts not at all that you have the perfect body shape to showcase this charming creation. BTW, I would recommend that you put your ingenious use of cable ties in lieu of purchased boning in the Tips and Techniques section. That tip could inspire a great many people looking for a higher level of support. Looking forward to more reviews from you in the future. Lovely, Lily
Dobedowawa said... (3/27/07 12:25 PM) Reply
I love it! A flattering T is an uncommon thing, but this one is fabulous! Please explain, what is trigger and what are cable ties? Is your 1.5 in alteration common in Vogue or a once-off for this pattern?
jhansby said... (3/20/07 5:46 AM) Reply
what a fun top! and cable ties as boning...very clever!
OP Gal said... (3/19/07 7:11 PM) Reply
Va-va-voom! Sexy top. You look fantastic in it.
kkkkaty said... (3/19/07 7:10 PM) Reply
Very cute shirt. I was going to ask why 7427 is classified as formalwear, but now I see it's a clever modification, great creativity! that would be an interesting formal party!
pamici said... (3/19/07 6:26 PM) Reply
that is just, wow.
SusiM said... (3/19/07 10:42 AM) Reply
Too cool! And thanks for the very informative review and the tip about the cable ties for boning.
kiddo said... (3/18/07 9:01 PM) Reply
I have to agree, just brilliant!
ladybegood said... (3/18/07 8:15 PM) Reply
Brilliant! Seriously... Guinness should pay you everytime you wear this shirt. Great job.
MarilynB said... (3/18/07 7:00 PM) Reply
Wow, this is a great interpretation of this pattern. Very flattering.
mClones said... (3/18/07 5:41 PM) Reply
What fun! Looks great.
AliceB said... (3/18/07 5:01 PM) Reply
WOW!! awesome project
Kay Y said... (3/18/07 3:15 PM) Reply
Amazing - you got a great fit, and it looks really well made for a last minute project!
mudcat said... (3/18/07 12:54 PM) Reply
As a fan of Guinness, I like your fabric choice. Very cute.
mastdenman said... (3/18/07 11:01 AM) Reply
Wow. That's a darling use of a tshirt. Looks great on you.
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