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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 6109 (70's Wrap Tops)

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Reviewed by:Heatherrique
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Posted on:7/6/08 12:17 PM
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kellymailinglist said... (7/21/08 8:52 AM) Reply
Such fun! I loved reading the review, and I love your results... I agree that modern patterns could take some pointers from older patterns, too. OK, great -- now I have the Bee Gees on my brain. Argh!
shesflipped said... (7/10/08 10:52 AM) Reply
WHAT FUN! I love this top! (anything that wraps, twists or flips!) Loved the clip of Shirley & David Cassidy! (Way groovy pony tail~very 'I Dream of Genie'!) I was totally in love with David Cassidy in 1973! And then, JT~can anyone move like that dude? Wow! All I can say is "Smokin' Hot' all the way around. (gotta go look for my stobe light...)
ryan's mom said... (7/7/08 9:19 PM) Reply
Woman, you are THE Queen of Retro!!! Fab top!
Annette1 said... (7/7/08 4:56 PM) Reply
Hey, I've always loved Sly, too. :o) And after seeing David Cassidy, I'm feeling the need to look up Bobby Sherman. Your blouse is a real winner! That's a very flattering style on you, and I particularly like that fabric, AND the '70s collar! :o)
HeyJane said... (7/7/08 7:25 AM) Reply
Love it. Your tops AND your music clips. :)
Karen8320 said... (7/7/08 2:14 AM) Reply
To be sung to the tune of 'Stayin' Alive': Well, we can tell by the way you use that chalk, You're a sewing queen, no time to talk, Music loud, lighting warm, Everything you sew looks great on your form, And it's alright, it's OK, we won't look the other way ... First of all, your top looks fabulous on you! I love the colors because they're so warm and this is a very flattering style on you. Secondly, I love your reviews! You always make them so interesting to read. Great work!!!
Kbenco said... (7/6/08 11:36 PM) Reply
What a terrific use of a vintage pattern. It looks fabulous and fashionable.
Em's Summer said... (7/6/08 10:43 PM) Reply
Another very cool top! This is really adorable! You have really good taste! And you write the most fun reviews!
Speech girl said... (7/6/08 8:49 PM) Reply
your top is super cute--what a great vintage pattern.
CurlyCrafter said... (7/6/08 5:44 PM) Reply
So cute and what a fun review! Great job!
Gelbean said... (7/6/08 5:24 PM) Reply
Another great shirt. So very 70's.
Birgitte said... (7/6/08 3:01 PM) Reply
Wonderful top, fits your spirit. Thank you for the trip down memory lane. Mom taught Travolta moves in ballroom dance class :-) He's the only celebrity that made me a little awestruck upon meeting- he's an "awe"some person.
michellep74 said... (7/6/08 2:08 PM) Reply
I absolutely love everything about this top! The collar (I love those 70's collars, too), the fabric that you chose, the fit...everything! This looks fabulous on you!
sewbehind said... (7/6/08 1:43 PM) Reply
Woo hoo! Very nice wrap top, very nice John Travolta.....
crisford said... (7/6/08 1:28 PM) Reply
You are a brave soul! But those wrap tops look so cute on you! Great job!
Sheila457 said... (7/6/08 1:27 PM) Reply
Lovely Top and to think I thought I was the only that wanted a wrap top with a
cindy-lou said... (7/6/08 1:19 PM) Reply
Heatherrique, you write the best-- and most entertaining-- reviews! Love your wrap top-- and thanks for the great trip down memory lane!
mastdenman said... (7/6/08 1:15 PM) Reply
Cute top. Lots of those tops out now. It's hard to believe that John Travolta started out as a dancer.
Karla Kizer said... (7/6/08 1:11 PM) Reply
I think I sewed that pattern when it was new. OMG - I have patterns older than you are! Your link to SNF and Travolta's dancing brought up a philosophical question: would disco have existed if stretch polyester had never been invented?
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