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Posted on:12/7/10 11:23 PM
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sew2little said... (12/8/10 9:15 PM) Reply
Dorothy--what a great addition to your wardrobe!
Karendee said... (12/8/10 7:43 PM) Reply
Quite trendy and elegant.
JETrinity said... (12/8/10 6:10 PM) Reply
Just really great in color and style for you. Bravo.
nicegirl said... (12/8/10 2:25 PM) Reply
What a great layering piece--adds nice texture to an outfit.
sfshaza said... (12/8/10 1:33 PM) Reply
I love this vest! (And the top underneath it too :)) What a great use of this fabric. I love the double knit trim. I have a lot of this yardage too, and I may use your idea for the edging. So cute!
Patti B said... (12/8/10 11:07 AM) Reply
I love it on you and what a perfect topper for almost everything! Glad to see that fabric married to a great pattern.
Barbara V said... (12/8/10 10:58 AM) Reply
Dorothy, What a perfect garment for this great fabric. Your alterations and binding treatment are so clever to create a wonderful vest that compliments your wardrobe beautifully! Good work!
marthamyers said... (12/8/10 10:16 AM) Reply
Oh, oh, oh! I love your vest. It is so stylish. What a great way to modify this pattern. I too love vests right now. Thanks for another inspiring review!
NVK said... (12/8/10 10:08 AM) Reply
I love the fabric you choose. It makes a very smart looking vest. I am impressed by the way you adapted the pattern to make a vest. It is great that the vest has no side seams. The vest looks stylish on you.
carolynw said... (12/8/10 8:55 AM) Reply
Beautiful - looks so very nice on you - fabric is stunning
Fran G said... (12/8/10 7:58 AM) Reply
This looks fabulous! I love the entire "look" and can see your vest being a worn frequently...perfect use of this fabric..I never would have thought!!!! I would love to be a copycat!
Ann Smith said... (12/8/10 2:25 AM) Reply
Great choice for this fabric. It looks terrific on you with both tops.
jso4fun said... (12/8/10 0:45 AM) Reply
Wow! Fabulous!!
lamstu said... (12/8/10 0:37 AM) Reply
Very cute vest! How perfect that it has no seams. The hemline reminds me of the Plaza Jacket, which I also like very much. Nice adaptation.
FreyaStark said... (12/8/10 0:34 AM) Reply
Very chic and distinctive. I love that leopard print T-shirt in one of the photos, too.
SewWil said... (12/8/10 0:21 AM) Reply
Beautiful vest. Love your choice of fabric.
 
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