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Posted on:7/11/09 6:48 AM
Last Updated:7/11/09 7:11 AM


Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 15 people   
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Golden Scaler said... (3/8/10 1:57 AM) Reply
I really appreciate your explanation of how you added the facing. I plan to make this top in a satin with a slight stretch.
velosewer said... (7/17/09 3:49 AM) Reply
Great fabric, great work
LorelleD said... (7/14/09 3:59 AM) Reply
Your review of this pattern is informative and timely as I have just purchased this pattern. I like the colour of your fabric, your neckline and that you used a woven fabric. Your top looks terrific on you. Thanks for the review.
Oceanpeg said... (7/12/09 10:55 AM) Reply
Very impressive with adding the ribbon. Plus it gives it a nice touch.
sandramary said... (7/12/09 7:18 AM) Reply
What a lovely top - I have this pattern in my stash and it would never have occurred to me to make it up in a woven. Now you've given me a lot of new options for this pattern thanks!
becca a said... (7/12/09 1:25 AM) Reply
This is a beautiful top, and what lovely fabric you used.
lamstu said... (7/12/09 1:12 AM) Reply
What a beautiful use of the printed fabric and your modifications make this pattern much more attractive. (I guess I'm old-school or maybe just old; to me raw edges = laziness.) I'll keep my eye out for what you do with view C, which is on my current b-list of projects.
valerie sews said... (7/11/09 8:48 PM) Reply
Mahler, I bought the fabric at Spotlight australia and it should still be available. Here is their website. It is actually called Peacock Satin. NAYY. http://www.spotlight.com.au/shop_at_home
marjenann said... (7/11/09 7:56 PM) Reply
Exquisite top!! You look amazing!
Heatherrique said... (7/11/09 2:28 PM) Reply
I adore this color and style on you, Val! You made this top look so much better than Vogey's!
Mahler said... (7/11/09 1:10 PM) Reply
Ohhh I like your top so much! Where did you buy this fabric. I love it !
julie w said... (7/11/09 9:15 AM) Reply
A very pretty peacock print, great job of making this up in a woven.
dbsewer said... (7/11/09 7:35 AM) Reply
Very pretty. You did a great job converting from knit to woven and I Love the way this top looks on you.
 
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