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Posted on:3/19/04 2:55 AM
Last Updated:10/11/07 9:47 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 8 people   
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KathleenS said... (10/22/07 4:53 PM) Reply
Thanks everyone! MelJ, the landscape fabric was from both Knitwit in Perth and GJs Fabrics in Melbourne. I bought a second panel from GJs when I saw it there because it was a lot cheaper, and it meant that I could then make the long sleeve top instead of the short sleeve.
kim*brown said... (10/18/07 7:52 PM) Reply
Perfect fabric, too cute!
Huldra said... (10/15/07 12:46 PM) Reply
Wow, that's such a wonderful way to use prints!
MissCelie said... (10/12/07 9:27 AM) Reply
Ack! That's such a great top! What a way to use the fabric. Wonderful!!
LindsayT said... (10/12/07 9:21 AM) Reply
Thanks for sharing this. Great fabric, by the way.
Kitty Couture said... (10/12/07 8:57 AM) Reply
Oh my god, that is amazing!! Stunning top, I bet you get LOTS of compliments about it.
Linda G said... (10/12/07 7:51 AM) Reply
Your tops are awesome!!
cindyann said... (10/12/07 7:45 AM) Reply
Great fabrics! I love the 3/4 sleeve version.
ryan's mom said... (10/12/07 6:41 AM) Reply
Very cool prints! They make for very unique tops.
DorothyK said... (10/12/07 0:21 AM) Reply
Fantastic top. Your fabrics are incredible and you use them well.
Mel.J said... (10/11/07 11:36 PM) Reply
Kathleen, where did you get the fabric for the new 3/4 sleeve version?? That's lovely!
Ceri said... (10/11/07 10:26 PM) Reply
Love how you used the fabric!
BeckyC said... (10/11/07 10:09 PM) Reply
This version is cute and fits you very well. Love the 'scenic' fabric.
Deepika said... (4/28/04 7:18 AM) Reply
What a great fitting top Kathleen! And I love the fabric also. I just love how we can create one of a kind garments for ourselves which nobody can find in stores!
KathleenS said... (4/27/04 3:13 AM) Reply
Thanks for the comments everyone! I did choose this pattern because it wouldn't break up the print, but I didn't fully appreciate until it was finished just how well it works vs. something with more seams. It makes all the time deciding on the cutting layout/print placement worthwhile.
AnneM said... (4/26/04 5:13 PM) Reply
Great pattern placement on your top, & it looks great on you, also.
SewTabby said... (4/26/04 11:53 AM) Reply
What a great top! Thanks for the review; I had overlooked this pattern.
PVA said... (4/26/04 10:00 AM) Reply
Beautiful! Looks like the fit is perfect! You've done a really nice job -- I'm sure I should do more hand sewing than I do. Thanks for all the details -- makes for a really helpful review.
Gigi Louis said... (4/26/04 7:57 AM) Reply
What a great top! Love your fabric.
Linda E. said... (4/26/04 7:53 AM) Reply
very cute top love the fabric.
Hilary said... (4/26/04 7:48 AM) Reply
I LOVEyour top!! The fabric is great :o) I have a New Look w/ a similar top pattern, I will have to get it out. I've been wanting to try it! Thanks for the review.
Lisette said... (4/26/04 7:18 AM) Reply
I love your top! Wonderful fabric and the neckline is very becoming.
jlg said... (4/26/04 5:29 AM) Reply
Very nice top. I like that neckline also. Very becoming.
PattyU said... (4/26/04 5:24 AM) Reply
I love your top on you. Great fabric choice.
minieme said... (4/26/04 4:13 AM) Reply
Love that print, it's so unique. You've chosen a nice simple pattern to showcase the fabric.
valerie sews said... (4/26/04 3:43 AM) Reply
Cute top, it looks really good on you. I love the print.
AnneM said... (3/19/04 7:14 AM) Reply
The sleeves are called dolman sleeve, BTW. What a great pattern for your material; this looks perfect for an intricate print. I agree, hand sewing is helpful!
 
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