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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5524 (Misses' Tunic and Neck Ring)

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Posted on:10/3/10 12:51 PM


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Msveedub said... (3/6/11 4:15 PM) Reply
I am working on this now, as my second top after being on a 20-year hiatus from sewing. I am finding the way the pockets are drafted as complicated, with the cut-out (I am doinf view C, where the lower half is a contrasting color). I am half inclined to even it out, add the lower half, and then make patch pockets. Mine is intended for my mother in a nursing home, made of velour.... will make my own complete review when I am done.
lesliez said... (10/4/10 0:54 AM) Reply
Thanks for the review. I have some French Terry that I'm going to cut into view A.
moushka said... (10/3/10 7:43 PM) Reply
This looks so nice and cozy. Thanks for the review. I'd missed this pattern and it does look great for winter.
 
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