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Posted on:8/11/10 9:41 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 8 people   
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LisaG said... (8/13/10 11:42 PM) Reply
What an ingenious way to save a "wadder" from the trash can! Love the blouse! Nice job!
lmg said... (8/12/10 9:06 PM) Reply
Smashing blouse. I am glad you kept at it and have a great outcome to show for it. Love this pattern.
TJSEWS said... (8/12/10 7:17 PM) Reply
All your work was definitely worth it. Your blouse fits beautifully.
janet said... (8/12/10 5:41 PM) Reply
Wonderful save! You now have a beautiful blouse that looks great on you.
Red Curtain said... (8/12/10 4:41 PM) Reply
If this were in a store I would buy it. You have made a very classy blouse in a lovely fabric and it is perfectly done. It suits you too!
nicegirl said... (8/12/10 11:37 AM) Reply
What a sharp blouse! It is so crisp and flattering for summer.
msmull3562 said... (8/12/10 9:24 AM) Reply
Great job. I think the blouse looks terrific on you. Also great job on matching the plaid pattern. You should consider yourself advanced for that skill.
Peggy L said... (8/12/10 9:12 AM) Reply
After all the work, etc. involved in this, it really looks good! Yeah for finishing!!!
yorkshire lass said... (8/12/10 7:55 AM) Reply
Sorry it was a pain, but it really did come out super cute in the end and very much worth the effort you put into it.
arianamaniacs said... (8/12/10 3:35 AM) Reply
I know you always see more mistakes because you sewed every seam, but if you hadn't told me that the peplum was sewn on backwards, I wouldn't have seen it. All I saw was a pretty white blouse =)
Margie T said... (8/12/10 1:13 AM) Reply
What a lovely blouse! It fits you perfectly.
Jali said... (8/11/10 11:54 PM) Reply
What a classic! I love the clever use of pintucks. It's a great blouse.
Re Becca said... (8/11/10 11:21 PM) Reply
LOL Cynthiasue, if you hadn't done such a good job, I wouldn't have finished mine. PS. I was thinking of sending mine to fullertonregan
CynthiaSue said... (8/11/10 11:14 PM) Reply
wow I love it as a blouse. fit looks perfect and inserted belt looks perfectly constructed! I wish i hadn't sent my pattern to Amanda S. lol!!!
Dei said... (8/11/10 11:13 PM) Reply
I absolutely love this! The way you worked the fabric is spectacular and love the seam finishing. Good decision to keep this and thanks for the instructions.
Jennifer shaw said... (8/11/10 10:28 PM) Reply
Your blouse is marvelous! Very sweet and charming on you.
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