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Posted on:5/16/09 3:43 PM


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Alycia10 said...
The picture needs to enlarge and it does not. Cannot see the garment close up enough.
10/31/09 2:58 PM
Sydney529 said...
Almost finished with this one...made in ploy crepe with charmeuse for bias seam binding. Trickiest part is the sleeve facings; had to use my own technique for those. Also pattern calls for bound buttonholes for 1/2" buttons...I knew that I couldn't do ones that small and have them all exactly alike so did machine ones. I also did machine topstitching instead of hand topstitching about 1/8" from edge instead of 1/4. I think I will make this shirt again in a heavy silk crepe.
6/30/09 1:33 PM
CarolynGM said...
I'm thinking of making this shirt too. Can you show us a bigger picture?
5/17/09 8:05 AM
EleanorSews said...
Interesting pattern that somehow I have overlooked. Thsnk for the review.
5/16/09 8:05 PM
carolynw said...
I also have this patternbut am waiting until I have a good deal of time to devote to doing it properly - wish I could see yours larger than the thumb print - thanks for the review
5/16/09 5:36 PM
stsimon said...
I have this pattern, but the thought of the time required by those overlapped seams is daunting! Your solution is a good one, but maybbe requires a lot of measuring and pressing to get a nice even 1/4" overlap? I think that I will use the nice long basting stitch on my Brother machine to sew a 5/8" seam, press, then sew your 1/2" seam, topstitch, and then remove the basting thread. Looking forward to a picture of your final result!
5/15/09 2:56 PM
 
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