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Pattern Reviews> New Look> 6735 (Misses Knit Cardigan Tops Pant)

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Posted on:3/19/08 9:46 AM
Last Updated:3/19/08 9:58 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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ColorMeHome said... (3/20/08 2:07 PM) Reply
Your top looks professionally made. You did a terrific job as always. I still love your view! We visited Italy last summer and it is beautiful!
lilyofthevalley said... (3/20/08 11:22 AM) Reply
Well, I'm a bit devastated that you don't like the fit on this pretty top b/c will you look at the PERFECT binding on the neckline? Truly, it's classroom sample quality. Pants, if you don't like the width, you could probably do some 4-side narrowing with good results. Whatever you decide, your workmanship is superb. -Lily
narcissaqtpie said... (3/19/08 5:51 PM) Reply
pretty top! It looks really well made
LindsayT said... (3/19/08 4:24 PM) Reply
Lovely! I've been curious about this pattern myself, so thanks!
Em's Summer said... (3/19/08 11:28 AM) Reply
What a great basic top!!! It looks wonderful!! I noticed that you're a beginner--I don't know if this will help but when dealing with sizing issues, it might be helpful to 1) look at the measurements on the pattern envelope--not the body measurements, but the garment measurements because it'll tell you how much ease the garment will have at the bust, waist and hips--this can help you determine what size pattern you should buy, 2) after you buy the pattern, measure the pattern pieces and cut the size that best corresponds to your measurements. Since most patterns are multi-sized, you can cut different sizes in different areas, 3) it's best to make a muslin first because it'll allow you to work out your fitting issues before you cut into your good fabric.
annie11 said... (3/19/08 10:12 AM) Reply
I think your top and pants look great. You did a beautiful job on construction! A lot of us start with a size or two smaller in the shoulder area to get a better fit.
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