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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 3750 (Misses Top or Tunic)

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Reviewed by:Rippling Waters

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Posted on:3/14/11 12:52 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 4 people   
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Rippling Waters said... (3/16/11 11:13 AM) Reply
nicegirl - I actually did tighten the elastic a lot, but the shape of the neckline still causes it to gape, especially when you bend over with your arms forward. I'm thinking of making one where I forget the elastic entirely and make pleats instead. I wonder if that would work?
VirginiasDghter said... (3/15/11 3:33 PM) Reply
Can one have too many of these? This is sooo cute!
nicegirl said... (3/15/11 11:08 AM) Reply
Fun little top! Love your choice of plaid. Is it possible to shorten the elastic along the front neckline a bit to tighten it up if you prefer not to wear an undershirt?
Rippling Waters said... (3/15/11 11:02 AM) Reply
Thank you all so much! I loved the fabric the minute I was given the pile of scraps and knew I had to do something with it. (-:
TalyQ said... (3/15/11 8:42 AM) Reply
I was just looking at that pattern in my stash for my big girls - glad to see that worked for you. Might try it now.
LynneMR said... (3/15/11 2:55 AM) Reply
Very cute top!
SewWil said... (3/14/11 3:56 PM) Reply
Cute top!
JennaF said... (3/14/11 2:24 PM) Reply
Great job!! I really like your fabric!
SandyTaz said... (3/14/11 2:17 PM) Reply
This is a nice top. You did a good job turning scrap fabric into something so cute. I like it!
aquamarineerica said... (3/14/11 12:56 PM) Reply
That is beautiful! And never mind about the back plaid not matching up. I love the fabric. Good job on it.
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