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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 3631 (Threads ~ Sew Stylish)

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Posted on:10/10/07 12:10 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 8 people   
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Winifred said... (5/19/08 5:42 PM) Reply
This is a beautiful blouse. I nearly fell off my chair laughing at the thought of you "stroking your scraps" Well..... we all use our time in different ways!
Schnauzer said... (10/11/07 5:33 PM) Reply
What a gorgeous blouse!
Annette1 said... (10/11/07 2:13 PM) Reply
Nice alteration on your sleeves. It would be a good style for performing with guitar on stage, because you would get the movement of the sleeves, yet they would be out of the way of the strings and your hands. Matter of fact, they could be even more exaggerated for that purpose. You're givng me all kinds of great ideas here! Beautiful blouse!
Grammy Gin said... (10/11/07 12:40 PM) Reply
Verrry pretty & flattering!
gatorgirl4325 said... (10/11/07 12:07 PM) Reply
Great job on your blouse. I love how you used that fabric - can't wait to see your LBD.
AlexaNJ said... (10/11/07 9:53 AM) Reply
Great job! I love it! I especially love the wrist detail on the sleeves!!
Danvillegirl said... (10/11/07 5:21 AM) Reply
Very pretty blouse. Don't you just love this pattern
Allie in Hong Kong said... (10/11/07 2:26 AM) Reply
This is so creative, and a great use of the fabric as the simple lines really show it off.
librarylady said... (10/10/07 6:23 PM) Reply
Lovely blouse. And inspiring too! I made the jacket using the long sleeves from GorgeousFabrics' Italian fleece (red with gray vines and flowers... ooh yummy). And if I follow your lead, I could make a blouse... Thanks for a great review.
cakehole said... (10/10/07 6:05 PM) Reply
Gorgeous blouse, and that's such cool fabric.
utz said... (10/10/07 5:29 PM) Reply
Your blouse is beautiful and your alterations are really in the spirit of that issue of SewStylish - it's inspiring to see how something can be changed, rearranged with a beautiful result. Thanks for the review!
cmarie12 said... (10/10/07 5:15 PM) Reply
I love this fabric (have some myself) and how you changed the top. I made this top but didn't add sleeves and never thought too! :) Because that Sew Stylish issue inspired me too.
carolynw said... (10/10/07 4:20 PM) Reply
Beautiful blouse!
MissCelie said... (10/10/07 1:43 PM) Reply
I remember that fabric! What a great use for it.
Kitty Couture said... (10/10/07 1:22 PM) Reply
That is *beautiful*! No wonder you love your blouse. The fabric is TDF. Your alterations are great. You look fantastic in your blouse!
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