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Pattern Reviews> Christine Jonson> 226 (Travel Trio Three)

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Posted on:1/17/11 12:47 PM
Last Updated:1/17/11 12:50 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 13 people   
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bikegrrl said... (1/15/14 1:53 PM) Reply
BRILLIANT! You made such a cool top with this and it looks lovely on you. Thanks for posting the review.
DaisyA said... (11/15/11 5:41 PM) Reply
A knockout dress, you clever thing!!
Corinneski said... (2/6/11 7:31 PM) Reply
Wow!! That is so elegant.
JETrinity said... (2/3/11 1:17 PM) Reply
You made this dress a scene stealer. Great job.
susan sugden said... (1/20/11 8:41 PM) Reply
You gotta luv Marcy Tilton! Nice job, unique and beautiful.
Anniinbc said... (1/19/11 11:39 AM) Reply
Wow! Nice job.
mendospot said... (1/18/11 2:16 PM) Reply
Patti B said... (1/18/11 10:38 AM) Reply
Woohoo indeed! Great looking top. CJs pattern and Marcy's fabric -- what's not to love?
sfshaza said... (1/18/11 9:47 AM) Reply
A beautiful, elegant, ensemble! Those mesh fabrics really ramped up the WOW factor.
mochimo said... (1/18/11 9:42 AM) Reply
What a wonderful top! I love it! Your fabric choice was perfect!
lamstu said... (1/17/11 10:32 PM) Reply
You nailed DRAMATIC with the choice of the mesh for the yoke and sleeves. Fantastic!! Makes me wish I could wear turtlenecks and not look like a turtle :)
marthamyers said... (1/17/11 8:22 PM) Reply
Gorgeous! Great combination of fabric and pattern. I just made my first CJ pattern and love it. Great to see your review of this top. I too think it will be great as a casual top and as your lovely dressy one.
SewWil said... (1/17/11 7:46 PM) Reply
Wow!!! That is gorgeous GREAT job!
MNBarb said... (1/17/11 6:50 PM) Reply
Woo hoo! Nice party dress.
Knitz said... (1/17/11 5:34 PM) Reply
Nice -- that's kickin' it up a notch!
ALY said... (1/17/11 5:11 PM) Reply
Elegant looking top, especially with the mix of fabrics
AdaH said... (1/17/11 4:23 PM) Reply
Double Wow. What a great dress.
squirrellypoo said... (1/17/11 3:08 PM) Reply
Wowza!! What a hot little number! Thanks so much for this timely review - I just traced out this pattern yesterday! :)
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