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Pattern Reviews> J Stern Designs> 0041 (The Tee)

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Posted on:7/22/09 6:36 PM
Last Updated:9/12/09 7:20 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 17 people   
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Annie P said... (9/20/12 1:48 AM) Reply
I assume the website has lapsed as the links are broken.
Meredith P said... (10/3/09 6:51 PM) Reply
I just love this shirt. So many possibilites! Love what you did with the stripes and reversing the fabric.
idesign said... (9/25/09 9:45 AM) Reply
Love the accent from the wider stripe, and it looks great on the sleeves, too. I have never heard of this pattern company, but based on your review, I will be visiting her site. Great tee! May I ask where you got the fabric?
becca a said... (9/19/09 9:36 AM) Reply
I love the way you used the stripes! Great shirt. This is a pattern I hadn't paid attention to, but your latest stripey version makes me think I need this pattern.
AnneM said... (9/18/09 6:35 AM) Reply
Great top! Love the way you used the fabrics.
DorothyK said... (9/15/09 10:45 AM) Reply
I absolutely love this version. Keep the cuffs. They're terrific. Never heard of this pattern company before. Thanks for the review.
paloverde said... (9/13/09 12:02 PM) Reply
This latest version is fabulous. I think your decision to use the contrasting stripe material in the areas where you did elevates this T to the designer realm. Your details really make the outfit.
AuntieShel said... (9/13/09 11:38 AM) Reply
Wow, great looking shirt!!!
no7262 said... (9/13/09 8:43 AM) Reply
I LOVE it on you! Nora :)
mylittleelephant said... (9/13/09 8:15 AM) Reply
This is great, love this!
Patti B said... (9/12/09 11:06 PM) Reply
Ever so cute! I have this same fabric and was considering using this pattern for it -- great minds and all that.
CarolynGM said... (9/12/09 10:22 PM) Reply
Oh, that is so cute! I never heard of this pattern company before your review, so thanks for finding me another must-have tee shirt pattern.
Sew4Fun said... (9/12/09 9:23 PM) Reply
Oh keep the cuffs, I love the look. Great tee and I really like how you merged the two top pieces. I like your variation more than the original.
Diane E said... (9/12/09 9:04 PM) Reply
Wonderful tops, Dawn! I especially love the latest striped version.
AnitaJ said... (9/12/09 8:52 PM) Reply
Love how you used both sides of the fabric for this. It came out great!
RLL said... (9/12/09 8:42 PM) Reply
I think the contrast of the wider and thinner stripes are really nice. It makes it more than just another T.
carolynw said... (9/12/09 8:40 PM) Reply
Oh I like this so much - had some similar strip knit I was saving to make DH a pullover - please , please let me stick to my plan
Riordan said... (9/12/09 8:11 PM) Reply
Your shirt is adorable--LOVE the cuffs!!!
VtMartha said... (9/12/09 7:42 PM) Reply
Love your shirt!
Patti B said... (7/23/09 10:23 AM) Reply
Looks great on you! I've sewn this one twice and I agree that it runs a bit small. The stretch factor of the fabric is also very important if you don't want to look like a sausage!
SpinningJenny said... (7/23/09 8:46 AM) Reply
What a great top for jeans - and looks terrific on you. The red hem is perfect!
yorkshire lass said... (7/23/09 3:21 AM) Reply
Very nice top. Love the stripes. Good to know that it runs small... in my case that is usually an advantage.
21wale said... (7/22/09 9:59 PM) Reply
It IS a flattering top. I like it in stripes.
Catbird said... (7/22/09 9:09 PM) Reply
I love it! Having a weakness for striped T-shirts, this is right up my alley, and I love the unusual pattern design, the fit and the red serged hem. By the way, the pattern info link doesn't seem to be working properly. Thanks for the review!
Sallygirl said... (7/22/09 6:42 PM) Reply
Really cute, Dawn! Looks good with your Jalie jeans too!
 
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