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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 4079 (Classic Fit Three Hour Shirt)

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Posted on:7/31/10 10:36 AM
Last Updated:12/22/10 8:28 AM
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MNBarb said... (12/23/10 7:37 PM) Reply
Your photo had me hooked. I love this lilac, tunic length version of this shirt with your leggings. Very nice!
FreyaStark said... (12/23/10 2:15 AM) Reply
Very smart and stylish, and the colour is gorgeous, too.
Christas said... (12/22/10 8:35 PM) Reply
Beautiful blouse sewn in such a pretty color! I have this pattern in my stash - your review makes me want to sew it!
Mazzygirl said... (12/22/10 7:37 PM) Reply
lovely shirt, beautifully made & I love your arty photo - you look very glam!
DorothyK said... (12/22/10 10:51 AM) Reply
What a wonderful blouse/tunic. You wear it with style. Well done.
persevering said... (12/22/10 10:30 AM) Reply
Yes, I totally agree with the other comments - especially about this color and look on you and your great review (including pictures) making me want to sew this too.
susiestitcher said... (8/1/10 9:30 AM) Reply
Your tunic is wonderful. What a beautiful color for you. I have this pattern but sewed it as a blouse with some whacky alterations. Your version makes me want to go back and make it up as it was intended. Very nice look!
Aixoise said... (7/31/10 2:30 PM) Reply
Lovely shirt, in a great color for you. Your shirt-making skills are obvious. I have other Connie Long books but not the one you mentioned; will have to look it up. I've been a D.P. Coffin fan, but one can't have too many good references. Thanks for the review.
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