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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 02-2009-123 (Shawl Collar Wrap Blouse)

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Posted on:2/12/10 10:47 AM
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SewWil said... (12/14/10 0:29 AM) Reply
Great top. Looks very nice on you. Thanks for the detailed review.
Christas said... (3/31/10 7:26 PM) Reply
Both versions are so pretty!
FreyaStark said... (3/31/10 5:25 PM) Reply
Gorgeous fabric and a lovely blouse.
Elizabeth made this said... (3/31/10 3:49 PM) Reply
It's so beautiful with the flutter sleeves!
michalklimer said... (3/31/10 12:29 PM) Reply
it looks really great, very professional!
sewing for fun said... (3/31/10 12:29 PM) Reply
Very pretty blouses! Thank you for doing such wonderfully detailed reviews!
eileen said... (3/31/10 12:26 PM) Reply
Your reviews are always so informative - you should get paid for them. The blouse is great but especially loved the cobwebs/moonbeams/morning dew description. That's exactly how it is when you work with these light materials - very funny.
Elemenopeo said... (2/14/10 10:22 AM) Reply
Love it.
Jali said... (2/13/10 11:46 PM) Reply
Very chic in navy! Perfect that you used a solid colour so that the focus is on the style rather than fabric. The print skirt shows off the blouse to great advantage.
Beek said... (2/13/10 4:19 PM) Reply
Great top. Looks comfy and cute.
Danvillegirl said... (2/13/10 7:54 AM) Reply
Very nice top.
mylittleelephant said... (2/13/10 7:47 AM) Reply
Thank for remind me of this pattern which I have almost forgotten. I love that in solid color like yours, the diagonal line of the front hem is more obvious, I will have to put this back to my sew list!
kerrynw said... (2/13/10 4:19 AM) Reply
Your neckline looks more wearable than the photo in the magazine! Beautiful blouse!
dingyadi said... (2/12/10 11:29 PM) Reply
That is a gorgeous blouse - love the style and love the fabric. You've inspired me to go back and look at that one - Burda didn't do it justice in their pics
petro said... (2/12/10 5:55 PM) Reply
Its a nice top, I like it with the simpler sleeves in the navy silk. The inside looks very professional, good idea doing french seams.
FreyaStark said... (2/12/10 4:33 PM) Reply
A cute top. The inside finish is impressive. And thanks for the tip on glasses.
Mufffet said... (2/12/10 2:07 PM) Reply
Another terrific top, and great info on the glasses!
BJ1400 said... (2/12/10 11:36 AM) Reply
Love your top. And glad to hear the crossover doesn't gap, as I generally have that problem with crossover tops.
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