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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 02-2008-122 (Tunic)

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Posted on:3/5/08 6:08 PM
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Grammy Gin said... (3/7/08 8:15 PM) Reply
Very pretty & flattering! ;)
cindy-lou said... (3/6/08 8:39 PM) Reply
Incredibly cute! Love the pants, too.
Winifred said... (3/6/08 5:32 PM) Reply
This looks lovely. Not so snug that it spoils the effect though - very pretty. The pants are great too - did you make them ? I fancy that fabric !!
fuzzygalore said... (3/6/08 2:39 PM) Reply
A larger size would be even lower in the back, logically. So thanks for the warning :-).
hcrystalaz said... (3/6/08 9:26 AM) Reply
What a cute top, I can see that you are getting ready for the warm weather approaching(way too fast). I live in Phoenix, and have been thinking that I need to start doing the same. I will revisit this issue, I seem to have missed that one...
Fran G said... (3/6/08 7:25 AM) Reply
Very nice! I like your interpretation much better than the magazine's.
Sigrid. said... (3/6/08 3:19 AM) Reply
How cute. It really looks like an expensive rtw top. When I saw the picture I thought "how could I have missed this one in the magazine", but seeing the BWOF picture reminded me why I had skipped it: the horizontal line and pleats won't be very good on my D-cup. You look so good in it!
Heatherrique said... (3/6/08 0:22 AM) Reply
Very delightful top! Great job!
lilyofthevalley said... (3/5/08 9:41 PM) Reply
Oh, I can't tell how darling this looks on you, upscale and unique. I love the square elements and your choice of black makes this top a bit dressier. Make many more. Lovely, Lily
SansSouci572 said... (3/5/08 8:31 PM) Reply
Very nice, I like yours better!
Karen6790 said... (3/5/08 8:15 PM) Reply
I like the idea of a higher back. Mine wasn't uncomfortably low in the back, but if I do make it again, I think I'll do that. Nice top.
Athene said... (3/5/08 7:48 PM) Reply
I love this top on you with those pants. A very nice and up-to-date look. Thank you for the tip on cutting the back higher.
JeanEsther said... (3/5/08 7:37 PM) Reply
Looks great. It's good to know it runs small.
Seaspur said... (3/5/08 7:00 PM) Reply
Very cute!
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