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Posted on:5/25/10 4:47 PM
Last Updated:6/6/10 5:25 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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spiphany said... (6/6/10 9:30 AM) Reply
MNBarb: It isn't a terribly deep v-neck, the basting probably did have a bit to do with it, but even unbasted I'd say it was at least an inch or two higher than other wrap tops I have. I think this is because of the high neckline in back, it helps provide a bit more coverage.
pfaffkj said... (6/6/10 9:04 AM) Reply
Very good looking top. I like the use of striped fabric. Thank you for a great review.
MNBarb said... (6/6/10 8:39 AM) Reply
Thanks for the review. I usually avoid wraps because they are too low in the neck for me and my lack of cleavage. Yours appears to have a small V when comparing it to the pattern photo. Did you do something to make this happen or is it because you basted it shut? This might be a wrap I can use.
bettimon said... (6/6/10 6:02 AM) Reply
I love how this turned out! Looks great on you. Thanks for the review.
ksmith90 said... (5/26/10 11:06 AM) Reply
Very nice! I have this pattern - but never thought about using a woven for it... this opens up a whole world of possibilities!
SewSho said... (5/26/10 1:51 AM) Reply
Looks great! Good to know that knit patterns can work with wovens too:)
LynnRowe said... (5/25/10 11:50 PM) Reply
I love how you worked the stripes! This turned out very classic & stylish.
Terri A said... (5/25/10 8:02 PM) Reply
Nice job. I hadn't noticed this pattern before. Thanks.
 
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