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Posted on:3/21/02 5:57 PM
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said... (4/27/02 1:13 PM) Reply
Hi Donna, to repeat what Mini just said, I haven't used shoulder pads, either and have been very happy with the results. I didn't alter the pattern at all.
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said... (4/27/02 1:03 PM) Reply
I always leave out the shoulders pads. My shoulders are large, so I don't need them. If your shoulders are not so broad, you can adjust the pattern at the shoulder to take out the extra ease provided for pads.
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said... (4/27/02 12:21 PM) Reply
Has anyone made this without shoulder pads? If so, how did it turn out?
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said... (3/29/02 6:43 PM) Reply
Oh! found the answer . . . all I had to do was read the review for the Italian Blouse. Thanks, Diane!
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said... (3/29/02 6:21 PM) Reply
Diane, How does the Bristol blouse compare with the Italian Blouse?
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said... (3/21/02 9:51 PM) Reply
This is one of my favorite patterns. I was just about to review it ! Mine are all un-interfaced, and I use a different collar application than the one in the instructions. I have made it as a shirt jacket, without a collar for a jewel neck look, and added a top button to wear the collar closed , etc. etc. It is such a versatile blouse.
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said... (3/21/02 9:28 PM) Reply
Great blouse fabric! I love these patterns too!
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said... (3/21/02 7:16 PM) Reply
i can't see the picture -- i wanna see the fabrics gigi is raving about!!! 8^(
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said... (3/21/02 6:49 PM) Reply
Diane, it's beautiful! As usual, your fabric choice is wonderful.
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