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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 6082 (1970's Jiffy Knit Dress/Top)

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Posted on:3/3/10 8:21 PM
Last Updated:3/6/10 12:07 PM


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Bert62 said... (11/27/10 12:19 PM) Reply
Super cute. Nice job. Whether intentional or not the one with the mandalas all over is very figure enhancing/slimming - but, they both look great and flatter. Bert
QuiltersFan said... (3/7/10 10:28 PM) Reply
Great tops. Love the neckline.
busymomof3 said... (3/7/10 12:43 PM) Reply
Wow! These look great on you and the fabrics change the look of each one. If I had to pic a fav, it would be the last. They all are great though.
ryan's mom said... (3/6/10 7:56 PM) Reply
3 super versions! All look terrific on you.
marjenann said... (3/6/10 5:08 PM) Reply
Tryly gorgeous on you!!! In your next life, I am thinking designer!!!
ryansmumAria said... (3/6/10 5:02 PM) Reply
That neckline is very flattering and slimming. Looks great on you As for neckline bands, I would suggest you do an internet search as you will find step by step instructions on various techniques. I use a coverstitch to do this to get a very professional looking band but before I had it, I would do the "Threads" technique. Just go to Threads mag and look it up. It's a video format and you'll learn alot.
becca a said... (3/6/10 1:30 PM) Reply
Three great tops! It is always interesting to see how different the same pattern can be with different fabric. I particularly like the third version.
kwpanthermom said... (3/6/10 1:17 PM) Reply
I made this pattern in '73 or '74 for a friend and I loved it! I made the long version, just like the picture, for her to wear to a high school winter dance. Your choice of prints is fantastic, very retro yet modern at the same time. The skirt of the dress pattern flares beautifully, so try it in a dress length too!
Leslie Bonner said... (3/6/10 12:59 PM) Reply
Lovely tops and look wonderful in you!
carolynw said... (3/6/10 12:13 PM) Reply
Beautiful tops
Heatherrique said... (3/6/10 12:02 PM) Reply
Thanks for the feedback! I'm thinking of adding a narrow neckband for a smoother finish. What's the best method?
FreyaStark said... (3/5/10 4:16 PM) Reply
Three wonderfully wild and snazzy tops.
fryman said... (3/5/10 9:37 AM) Reply
Your top is lovely, fabric is great and it looks terrific on you. A suggestion only and that is, the next time you make this up, using a print fabric, would you consider placing the front bodice on the fold? I think its worth a try, especially on prints. Regardless, you are lucky to have found a pattern which really likes you. Go Girl!!
susiestitcher said... (3/5/10 7:33 AM) Reply
I really love your fabric choices. The long sleeve blue one is my favorite. This style looks great on you. I have many of these Jiffy patterns in my storage boxes. Maybe I should look at them again. Great job on salvaging your UFO dress, too.
mhk3boys said... (3/4/10 11:47 AM) Reply
All of your tops look so good! I love the name of "petallica"!
Catbird said... (3/4/10 9:13 AM) Reply
You've found a winner here! This pattern can be used over and over and will look fresh as you showcase different fabric 'personalities.' These are all very flattering on you!
knitmachinequeen said... (3/4/10 8:23 AM) Reply
All three tops are fabulous.
marjenann said... (3/4/10 7:59 AM) Reply
What a flattering top!! The fit is fabulous and the colors are jut perfect!! Lovely!!
Terri A said... (3/4/10 2:20 AM) Reply
Retro chic! Very cool!
paulakiss said... (3/4/10 1:32 AM) Reply
I love that pattern! Your blouses are gorgeous. Pretty fabric choices too!
QuiltSewSewSue said... (3/4/10 1:00 AM) Reply
your tops look a lovely fit on you and I particularly like the purple print fabric.
michalklimer said... (3/4/10 0:40 AM) Reply
it is so great! the fit is great, the fabrics, ad it really looks good on you!
Barbara V said... (3/4/10 0:19 AM) Reply
Wonderful fit and great fabrics on all three tops. Way to go on eliminating the UFO and de-stashing!
AnneMarie60 said... (3/3/10 10:19 PM) Reply
Gorgeous fabrics and very flattering design. A great save from your unfortunate dress project. Surely three stellar successes blur one minor disappointment!
Christas said... (3/3/10 10:00 PM) Reply
What a great ending to your bad experience with the UFO! All three tops are so pretty on you!
renren said... (3/3/10 9:04 PM) Reply
Each of the three tops is perfect for you. I especially love the neckline and shaping in the sides.
ryan's mom said... (3/3/10 8:30 PM) Reply
Fantastic! You look terrific in this.
 
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