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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Design Magazine> 01-2006-17 (Raglan-sleeved T-Shirt)

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Reviewed by:Mel.J

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Posted on:6/9/07 11:51 PM
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LiZ said... (7/31/07 3:22 PM) Reply
Fabulous top, I love the embroidery and our DD is gorgeous..
busyozmum said... (7/31/07 1:41 AM) Reply
What wonderful tops! You've made them look so amazing with the embroideries. A fabulous job! It helps that your model is frightfully cute! :o)
belphebe said... (7/30/07 11:36 AM) Reply
I love the shirts! Such variety. The embroidery is wonderful as well. I want tops with dinosaurs on them!!! :-)
Levone said... (7/30/07 9:24 AM) Reply
Great looking tees. I love the appliques that you added.
AnneM said... (6/26/07 5:17 PM) Reply
Those are soooo cute. And I love your DD's taste in dinosaurs.
KarenP said... (6/10/07 5:24 PM) Reply
Great idea to use the honeycomb stitch over the seams for a "coverstitch" look. I like using that stitch for hems, but never thought of using it on the seams, too. I love the triceratops top!
Mary Stiefer said... (6/10/07 1:31 PM) Reply
Love the embroidery - it certainly makes these little shirts special
martinanne said... (6/10/07 11:30 AM) Reply
Those are so cute! Your daughter looks very pleased.
Cristina_TC said... (6/10/07 7:34 AM) Reply
Lovable :)
JuliaS said... (6/10/07 7:03 AM) Reply
What a little cutie! I really like your embroidery on these; makes me kind of wish I had an embroidery machine...
CarolynGM said... (6/10/07 6:52 AM) Reply
Such cute touches make a very simple pattern very special. I never thought to use a honeycomb stitch on a hem, but it is really a great idea.
hongkongshopper said... (6/10/07 6:42 AM) Reply
Your daughter is so cute. Your embroidery looks very professional.
Patzee said... (6/10/07 3:07 AM) Reply
I love seeing your variations. So cute! Thanks.
Vonnevo said... (6/10/07 0:51 AM) Reply
Fabulous Mel !! I like the combination embroidery and different colour fabrics. DD has really shot up..and cute :)))
Dmd4106 said... (6/10/07 0:00 AM) Reply
Adorable. simply adorable!
SexiSadi said... (6/9/07 11:56 PM) Reply
Aww, so cute!
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