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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Design Magazine> 06-2008-30 (Boy's shirt)

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Posted on:1/6/11 7:34 PM

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Vintage Joan said...
What a fabulous shirt -- beautiful work and beautiful plaid (and handsome boy). :)
1/6/11 7:41 PM
Christas said...
Handsome Noah looks wonderful in his new shirt! The shirt looks like a small version that could be pictured in David Coffin's Shirtmaking book. Your sewing is so perfect!
1/6/11 9:42 PM
Hilary said...
Very nice shirt! It looks very professional, and of course Noah is so handsome :o) I have a Noah to sew for too (my DSon :o) ). Great job with the whole Winter Collection!
1/6/11 9:58 PM
callmeRuth said...
The whole collection is perfect. I bet you're delighted to see all four grandchildren in their new holiday outfits. Beautiful work!
1/7/11 0:53 AM
Ann Smith said...
Another great shirt for Noah. Too bad he keeps growing out of them.
1/7/11 1:05 AM
Annette1 said...
I've never seen a placket like that either. Why aren't they ALL like that? I hate the ones where you have to turn that scrawny little piece of fabric under, with the V at the top. And, yes, you can complain about tracing all those patterns -- ha! NOW you can just WHIP OUT one for yourself and start sewing. When I first saw this shirt in the thumbnail, I thought it was a BIG BOY'S shirt and, as a matter of fact, I bet your son would love it, too. :o)
1/7/11 12:52 PM
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