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Posted on:3/3/11 9:37 PM


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JETrinity said... (3/30/11 4:21 PM) Reply
Donna, I think the flip of the curvethe curve to the right side is the way it should be done. Ladies always wrap the front right over the front left in jackets and blouses. And I like what you did to fix the collar. DONNA SHOWED US THIS TOP AT OUR SEWING CLUB AND WE ALL LOVED IT.
SewWil said... (3/5/11 0:15 AM) Reply
Beautiful top. Great job!
carolynw said... (3/4/11 5:49 PM) Reply
Beautiful top - great work
Donna Likes Golf said... (3/4/11 1:30 PM) Reply
Thanks for your kind comments, everyone!
lynne1nor said... (3/4/11 11:53 AM) Reply
Really lovely looking top! I particularly like View B.
Karine said... (3/4/11 10:21 AM) Reply
Your top looks great, and I especially like how you treated the neckline. There are some places that raw edges work, and some places where they just don't. Thanks for the review.
AnneMarie60 said... (3/4/11 9:44 AM) Reply
Very nice! Your collar is perfection! Love the rich color, too. Excellent review.
Christas said... (3/4/11 0:00 AM) Reply
What lovely details and your top is such a pretty color! The collarband looks perfect to me.
Elona said... (3/3/11 11:25 PM) Reply
I think your top came out very well, especially considering the fabric. In some previous discussion of this pattern, quite a while ago, Marcy joined in and told people here that these patterns are designed for fabrics with LYCRA! Who knew? But apparently it is important for the definite shape of the finished garment.
 
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