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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 2900 (Misses' t-shirts & turtleneck)

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Posted on:7/1/08 1:17 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 14 people   
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blue mooney said... (7/4/08 7:44 AM) Reply
Wow. Great re-make!!
nicegirl said... (7/2/08 5:31 PM) Reply
Great rescue of a too-big t-shirt! I have stopped even taking t-shirts from events because of their size and shape. Now maybe there's hope! Love your neckline treatment.
Jane S said... (7/2/08 6:32 AM) Reply
Lovely neckline on this clever remake. You made this a flattering T for a woman, not some generic one size fits none T shirt any more.
Danvillegirl said... (7/2/08 5:35 AM) Reply
Your tutorial was most helpful. Good remake of the t-shirt
Annette1 said... (7/2/08 3:02 AM) Reply
What a great idea! I love the finish on your neckline. I'm saving this review for future reference! :o)
Birgitte said... (7/1/08 6:37 PM) Reply
Great remake, the T looks great on you. Also the neckline is so pretty and feminine, wonderful tutorial, thank you.
Amber in Norfolk said... (7/1/08 2:50 PM) Reply
Very cool!
maidathome said... (7/1/08 2:12 PM) Reply
Great little tutorial there. Thanks for sharing with us. Nice looking remake too!
maryfrana said... (7/1/08 12:32 PM) Reply
Wow, I could not believe it was the same shirt. This is a great remake and the fit is so nice.
Dee2 said... (7/1/08 12:05 PM) Reply
What a difference your alterations made! Great job!
Annie- oh said... (7/1/08 11:48 AM) Reply
This is a great thing to know - thanks.
caleigha said... (7/1/08 11:35 AM) Reply
Wow! You did a really great job. I hadn't yet seen Debbie Cook's tutorial, so thanks for the link. I love the way you did the neckline - very creative. Your t-shirt looks completely transformed. I'm impressed and inspired! Thanks for the review!
nancy2001 said... (7/1/08 10:29 AM) Reply
What a terrific difference.
MissCelie said... (7/1/08 9:18 AM) Reply
If there is something I cannot stand is the oversized tee shirt. Nice remake!
Mel.J said... (7/1/08 6:13 AM) Reply
That t-shirt is way more flattering in the after photo. Gorgeous colour, and thanks for the shell stitch tip.
craftylady66 said... (7/1/08 3:22 AM) Reply
Your neckline treatment is lovely!
 
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