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Pattern Reviews> Jalie> 2921 (Scarf-Collar Tops)

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Posted on:4/16/11 6:42 PM
Pattern Size:Petite 


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 8 people   
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gatorgirl4325 said... (4/17/11 5:44 PM) Reply
Lovely top - hope you enjoy wearing it!
Rosebud said... (4/17/11 3:58 PM) Reply
Dear Freya, From the fabric sewing guides from Emmaonesock.com written by Shannon Gifford: Buttermilk If you’ve stayed away from novelty knits, unsure of how to use them, test the waters with a length of buttermilk knit. You’ll find this fabric fun, versatile and easy to sew. This is a good fabric for beginning sewers, as well. Buttermilk knit is a medium weight knit with moderate stretch in 2 directions. The printed design only appears on the right side of the fabric; the back of the fabric is generally a solid color. This fabric, when stretched, recovers with a “snap”, making it perfect for travel or for garments you do not wish to iron.
Sherril Miller said... (4/17/11 1:17 PM) Reply
OK already, I'll get the pattern. It just took you to make it in such lovely fabric to convince me. ;D
marec said... (4/17/11 11:05 AM) Reply
That is just wonderful. I love it both tied and not. Great fabric-we must be thinking alike as I have a number of yellow prints coming up.
carolynw said... (4/17/11 9:58 AM) Reply
Very nice - I have this pattern and must get around to sewing it soon.
Kim12469 said... (4/17/11 8:51 AM) Reply
Very pretty! I should probably be doing some of the alterations you do...thanks for explaining them.
CarolynGM said... (4/17/11 8:21 AM) Reply
Lovely top!
JEF said... (4/17/11 7:22 AM) Reply
Gorgeous
GBK said... (4/17/11 1:43 AM) Reply
Great pattern in a great fabric! Very nice project!
cmarie12 said... (4/16/11 7:38 PM) Reply
I love the fabric you chose for this version! It seems like it would be perfect for work!
Christas said... (4/16/11 7:22 PM) Reply
This is a perfect marriage of pattern and fabric! It looks very nice.
FreyaStark said... (4/16/11 7:19 PM) Reply
A really nice top. I've never heard of buttermilk as a fabric before. Is it a synthetic knit?
 
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