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Reviewed by:AliciaNoel

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Posted on:10/22/10 2:02 PM
Last Updated:10/22/10 2:08 PM

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AliciaNoel said... (10/23/10 6:00 PM) Reply
Thanks everyone for the comments! I hope the review helps someone decide whether or not to try this one out...I'm also picturing it with possible flutter or cap sleeves to make it more winter wear-able
ChristineBR said... (10/23/10 9:08 AM) Reply
It's so nice to be able to make stylish things like this for yourself, and yes, the colour is wonderful too.
Annette1 said... (10/23/10 1:55 AM) Reply
Cute top, and your look so pretty in that color!
marec said... (10/23/10 0:19 AM) Reply
That color is perfect for your lovely skin! Love the comment about the model being sleazy looking :-) Thanks for the review as this is a pattern I'd like to try for warmer weather.
no7262 said... (10/22/10 6:38 PM) Reply
Cute top! Thanks for the review! Nora :)
FreyaStark said... (10/22/10 3:43 PM) Reply
A pretty top in a lovely colour.
renren said... (10/22/10 2:56 PM) Reply
Very nice! I particularly like the color.
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