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Pattern Reviews> Burda> 3097 (Sweatshirt)

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Posted on:12/21/03 5:17 PM
Last Updated:12/21/03 11:04 PM
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Oopsy-Daisy! said... (12/22/03 8:44 PM) Reply
Great top ("sweatshirt")! A perfect showcase for the cool fabric, too!
mudcat said... (12/22/03 11:04 AM) Reply
Sabrina, it's probably OOP since I dont' find it on the Burda Website. Asa, I used my walking foot and didn't have any stretching.
Lisette said... (12/22/03 7:10 AM) Reply
Very pretty, love the fabric! Is the pattern oop?
GorgeousFabrics said... (12/22/03 6:44 AM) Reply
Very cute top! I love the fabric.
Asa Hagstrom said... (12/22/03 2:07 AM) Reply
Oh, fun, I have this fabric too! I've been wondering what to use it for - I'm not used to such bold patterns - but you certainly made a good choice! Does it stretch out when you wear it?
mudcat said... (12/21/03 10:55 PM) Reply
Oh yeah, I was also going to say that I fully intend to wear this muslin.
mudcat said... (12/21/03 10:54 PM) Reply
Yes, I thought the sweatshirt designation was a bit strange (but that's what it says on the back of the envelope). Gigi or Tini, did we lose something in the translation here?
drsue said... (12/21/03 8:04 PM) Reply
I agree, this is too good to be a muslin. Very interesting collar on the pattern envelope.
Danvillegirl said... (12/21/03 7:39 PM) Reply
I like this. Like Debbie I would not describe this as a sweatshirt. Looks great.
Debbie Lancaster said... (12/21/03 7:17 PM) Reply
You know, Alice, the term "sweatshirt" is very misleading! That really looks very stylish *and* comfy. Doesn't look like a muslin to me!
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