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Reviewed by:Visionhb

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Posted on:6/10/10 9:15 PM
Last Updated:6/10/10 10:23 PM
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JillyBe said... (2/19/11 7:24 PM) Reply
I'm about to make this top in the same fabric - thanks for your notes!
Visionhb said... (6/17/10 5:30 AM) Reply
Thanks so much everyone for your lovely comments. What an encouraging community this is :) Just to add in regards to addicted2fabric's question, I normally take a size 10 Australian size which generally equates to a T in Jalie sizing. This top does have extra room for layering. I have worn a long sleeve top underneath it no problems.
Robin Denning said... (6/11/10 11:57 AM) Reply
love it! I'll want one when our winter comes!
1SewSweet said... (6/11/10 9:24 AM) Reply
I love your top and it's going on my list now! Beautiful work!
FreyaStark said... (6/11/10 5:47 AM) Reply
A very nice top. It's turned out well.
babydoll said... (6/11/10 4:17 AM) Reply
this is a really nice top on you - it looks really well sewn.
Sharonspils said... (6/11/10 0:24 AM) Reply
Lovely top and it is on my list as well.
addicted2fabric said... (6/10/10 11:04 PM) Reply
Great job, it looks very rtw. I have this pattern and am itching to sew it. I'm just a bit confused what size to cut out. I usually make a size T in Jalie tops but I'm not sure if I should go up a size or two to allow for winter layering. Can I ask you what shop size tops you would normally wear please, if thats not to rude of me to ask. Your top looks great and I'd like mine to fit well too :o)
Visionhb said... (6/10/10 10:41 PM) Reply
Hi Rhonda K - yes, we call pullovers "jumpers" here in Australia. It really is a terrific pattern for winter.
Rhoda K said... (6/10/10 10:22 PM) Reply
Very nice top and looks comfy. I've not heard the expression of jumper for a top like before. I have this pattern so I'll have to dig it out when our winter rolls 'round.
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