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Reviewed by:Ann B.
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Posted on:12/2/09 4:33 PM
Last Updated:12/2/09 4:35 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 
Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 9 people   
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Jane S said... (12/4/09 4:35 PM) Reply
What a chic, flattering top on you. Yes, I think you've made that TNT pattern.
ryan's mom said... (12/3/09 12:24 PM) Reply
Yes! I do think it's TNT!! Looking great, Ann.
JudyP said... (12/3/09 7:05 AM) Reply
Beautiful top! You did a great job on the fit!
sewnsewtoo said... (12/3/09 1:18 AM) Reply
You look wonderful in your new top. It definitely is a keeper.
MarilynB said... (12/2/09 11:10 PM) Reply
Ann, this top is so you. Great fit. Once you get those underarm puckers out, you will be sewing this pattern up in multiples.
Ann B. said... (12/2/09 10:29 PM) Reply
Thanks guys, the bunches are just under the arm. They sort of point above the bustline. I did put in a little dart, I'm not really sure it helped the issue. Like Rebecca said, it does fit better than most RTW. I've got big plans for this pattern, You might see it as a mock wrap/crossover dress sometime soon.
emelle said... (12/2/09 9:30 PM) Reply
looks great and in this print fabric, in your picture I can't see any bunches, ...if the bunches are in the front/bust part of the armhole, you may need a little dart or easing of fabric... I always need a dart and fba, (I needed a small one in this pattern), but yours looks great from here.
j222b said... (12/2/09 8:24 PM) Reply
Very flattering. I don't know what the underarm bunches indicate either.
linda 75142 said... (12/2/09 7:49 PM) Reply
Very flattering! I'd say a TNT it is!
Rebecca D said... (12/2/09 6:23 PM) Reply
You've definitely got a TNT there. As for the bunching in the arm - I always ask is this much better than RTW? If yes, which you can easily answer, then who cares?
stretch queen said... (12/2/09 6:22 PM) Reply
I am so jealous!! I read this with interest since I now have tried three different patterns, FBAs, bicep adj and petite adj...I think I am on number 6 and may need to try give me hope :) that a Tshirt TNT can be done
marec said... (12/2/09 5:52 PM) Reply
I cannot begin to tell you how nice you look in that top. The fit is perfect (in my eyes), the color is very, very flattering to you, and I love both the neckline and the 3/4 sleeves. Gorgeous!
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