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Reviewed by:Londa Rohlfing
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Posted on:3/27/04 8:15 PM
Last Updated:3/27/04 8:22 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 


Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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AlaskaBerninaGirl said... (3/22/09 0:55 AM) Reply
I just made this blouse and will take your comments into consideration when I do it again, thanks!
ljfausey said... (3/25/06 0:09 AM) Reply
As with any pattern, you can change or redo anything you want with it. Stablizing fabrics with interfacings,use of stabilizers or lining always improves the construction of any article of clothing. this pattern should be worth trying. If anyone feels the front is too low you can always reposition the button closures or wear a teddy under it.
kathi s said... (3/28/04 10:36 PM) Reply
Thanks for your thorough review and your helpful suggestions. I love your interpretation!
AnneM said... (3/28/04 8:27 AM) Reply
Love it! Great job, very creative.
Deepika said... (3/28/04 8:20 AM) Reply
Londa I love that blouse! How did you add the fringes?
Ann C said... (3/28/04 7:48 AM) Reply
Nice job as always, Londa. What, no interfacing for the collar nor for the front facing?!
minieme said... (3/28/04 1:38 AM) Reply
Your version looks much more flair than the original.
Tee Jay said... (3/28/04 0:06 AM) Reply
Wow!I would have never thought to add those front panels or fringe the collar. It looks great!
Donna Isler said... (3/27/04 8:54 PM) Reply
Very nice, Londa. I always like to see your creations and how you change patterns and use fabrics to make them your own.
 
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