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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 02-2007-109 (Blouse)

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Posted on:4/26/07 1:52 PM


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blue mooney said... (4/28/07 8:35 AM) Reply
Pretty blouse, and you have a new technique in your arsenal, too! Way to go! I like your black print - gives this girly blouse more edge than the pastel from the mag.
beangirl said... (4/27/07 8:20 AM) Reply
I loved this when it came out but yours is SO much cuter!! Beautiful!
MissCelie said... (4/27/07 6:37 AM) Reply
I quite like that!
Schnauzer said... (4/26/07 10:40 PM) Reply
Very pretty blouse!
OP Gal said... (4/26/07 8:48 PM) Reply
You're right, it is a cute blouse. Very becoming.
Linda G said... (4/26/07 7:18 PM) Reply
I think your blouse is soooooooooo cute, it looks wonderful on you .I looked at that pattern but was afrad is looked too youthful for me,...puffy sleeves.... but I did make a puffy sleeve blouse out of the March magazine but have not worn it yet, this age thing is driving me nuts.
sewitfitsyou said... (4/26/07 5:05 PM) Reply
When I got this BWOF issue, this blouse immediately went on my to do list. It turned out beautifully!
tomed said... (4/26/07 4:15 PM) Reply
Very pretty blouse! The collar bias strip made no sense to me either. I ended up enclosing the collar's raw edge with the strip and then tacking it down to the shoulders of the blouse. The stitching is hidden by the collar.
Leslie in Austin said... (4/26/07 3:36 PM) Reply
That turned out so cute!!
Vonnevo said... (4/26/07 2:42 PM) Reply
Fabulous blouse !!!!
dbsewer said... (4/26/07 2:42 PM) Reply
Very cute blouse and you did a great job. I may try to make this one, though I'm not a puffy sleeves type of gal.
Peggy L said... (4/26/07 2:36 PM) Reply
Hey that looks really good! Love the fabric - no one will notice the fronts but you!
crystalwoods said... (4/26/07 2:19 PM) Reply
Nice looking blouse - I really like the fabric choice!
ladybegood said... (4/26/07 2:11 PM) Reply
Beautiful! The sleeves really make it--feminine without being too frilly. I especially like the edge.
 
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