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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 08-2006-105 (Blouse w/directional stripes)

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Posted on:1/22/08 1:49 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 9 people   
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Heatherrique said... (1/23/08 0:32 AM) Reply
Very flattering and alluring top! Great job as always, NiceGirl!
DivaQ said... (1/23/08 0:12 AM) Reply
I really like the way the fabric enhances the design features of this blouse! Great job!
DivaQ said... (1/23/08 0:12 AM) Reply
I really like the way the fabric enhances the design features of this blouse! Great job!
Marji said... (1/22/08 8:00 PM) Reply
Well, the stripes really do show in the picture, maybe they're just more subtle IRL. I really like it, and like the rich deep color.
Birgitte said... (1/22/08 7:45 PM) Reply
That's one kool top- love the radiating collar stripes!
marjenann said... (1/22/08 6:30 PM) Reply
Divine top!! The color and design are fantastic!! Really great look!
AnneMarie60 said... (1/22/08 5:14 PM) Reply
Amazing job on the gorgeous blouse!
Sigrid. said... (1/22/08 3:39 PM) Reply
I don't think you've lost the design feature with your fabric. Just love the stripes and the way you used them. Great shirt.
cindy-lou said... (1/22/08 3:35 PM) Reply
I REALLY like that blouse! The buttons are a great choice, giving it that 'what funky boutique have you been shopping at?' look. You look great!
Karen6790 said... (1/22/08 2:24 PM) Reply
I love it. The stripe may be more subtle than their choice, but you can still see all the work you put into it. Love the buttons with it. I really do need to make this one.
Sic said... (1/22/08 2:08 PM) Reply
Very nice looking top - the fabric really suits the garment! I also like your button choice! After looking at the BWOF photo, it reminds me of a blouse in the 01/2008 issue. Do you think that they recycle?
 
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