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Posted on:7/19/10 7:07 PM


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nicegirl said... (7/20/10 11:32 AM) Reply
Sounds like a challenging project, but with a nice result.
manola6176 said... (7/20/10 6:43 AM) Reply
I am very glad to read a review from this pattern that has been on my to-do list for years. I am still loving it and I like your version very much. I did the other top in the pattern too and was very pleased with the result
Sarsez said... (7/20/10 0:18 AM) Reply
Nice to see it made up. Great job. I have this pattern in my stash and have wanted to nake it for years!! I made the other top on the pattern. It turned out lovely so I recommend making it up!
Nancy Rhodes said... (7/19/10 8:37 PM) Reply
Very sharp!
Ann Smith said... (7/19/10 8:21 PM) Reply
Years ago I made this blouse. I loved it. I wonder where it is now? I love your version. Interesting to find pre-fused fabric. Mine was linen.
Annika said... (7/19/10 7:56 PM) Reply
Nice job!
 
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