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Posted on:7/18/07 10:06 PM
Last Updated:7/26/07 10:16 AM

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Marji said...
You've gotten great mileage from that pattern. This, to me, is what one Pattern multi-looks is all about. Nicely Done!
8/2/07 9:56 AM
AnneM said...
Fantastic. Great job using that S&S pattern to make some very current garments. All 3 are great. Love, love, love the shirring. I'm definitely going to have to copy that idea.
8/2/07 8:22 AM
Mahogany Stylist said...
Love, love all three variations.
7/26/07 10:58 PM
nicegirl said...
Hee EveS, that's funny. Yes, the Brady-ness was intentional. Don't even talk to me about Harry Potter--I think the mailroom stole my copy because it was allegedly delivered to work Monday morning and I don't have it yet. I am admitting defeat and buying it (again!!) tomorrow to read over the weekend.
7/26/07 5:45 PM
EveS said...
OMG, my first thought when I saw your pic was, "Does she REALIZE she looks like Jan, Marsha, and Cindy???" Well done!!! Anyway, I LOVE all 3 versions, esp that little jacket! As always, great review...who needs Harry Potter when we've got you? ;)
7/26/07 5:21 PM
MissCelie said...
The photo is hillarious. You'll have to prove that this smocking is as easy as you claim.
7/26/07 12:23 PM
VtMartha said...
You are so clever! I am just finishing up the HP version of your cami - not at all age appropriate for me but fun to wear. My compulsive side wants the ribbon not to twist as it goes through the casing.
7/26/07 11:52 AM
Levone said...
Love all of these! Thanks, especially for the tank version as you've given me some ideas on how to change up my HP tube cami. Great review!
7/26/07 11:23 AM
lisaquilts said...
Excellent work! Thanks for the detailed review! Wow, shirring is great--what a transformation...I'll have to conquer my fear of it!
7/26/07 10:38 AM
Laurie Lou said...
Ah ha, Very clever indead and great results, I love it. Something else I was timid to try and now I won't be. Thanks.
7/24/07 1:46 PM
OP Gal said...
The shirring on your dress is too cute! You've inspired me to try elastic bobbin thread. The shrub is adorable, too.
7/24/07 12:18 PM
JuliaS said...
I love love LOVE this little dress you did! And I too have been really intimidated by shirring with elastic thread in the bobbin, but I think you have just convinced me to try it.
7/24/07 10:06 AM
cindy-lou said...
The retail price on that TT version of this is just about crazy... $248? On a light note, you just saved yourself $238 dollars! The things you can buy now... :) Seriously, I love love this jacket. I hope I can try it this fall.
7/23/07 8:41 AM
moss said...
cool, I am working on the Hotpatterns version of this right now ("No Sweat Easy Sew" something something) and I was wanting to do a little lining too. Your jacket is fabulous. :)
7/19/07 12:08 PM
Karla Kizer said...
I've used S&S patterns over the years, but only in the past few years have I acquired some of the older ones. I've got a pretty good collection now and they're great as a basis for updating to current styles. Yours is a great example of how it's done. Thank you for the inspiration.
7/19/07 6:20 AM
Sigrid. said...
Very original and very like the garment you try to copy. Good work.
7/19/07 6:18 AM
EastwoodFan said...
Looks great & original!
7/19/07 3:06 AM
Heatherrique said...
What a refreshing take on a classic! Ooh la la!
7/19/07 0:14 AM
MissCelie said...
Interesting and creative. I am a little fascinated by the whole stretch and sew concept. Me likey the eyelet.
7/18/07 10:28 PM
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