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Posted on:7/10/11 9:52 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 10 people   
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cleverkitty said... (5/1/12 6:01 PM) Reply
I like this a lot the color is so pretty on you.
MissMarnie said... (8/9/11 4:02 PM) Reply
Ooh I love this on you. I will have to add this pattern to my wish list. Thanks for the helpful comments on fabric choice.
pdiddly said... (7/11/11 12:36 PM) Reply
this is a really nice top - you now have us all wanting to know how you did the lining :-)
Margaret said... (7/11/11 11:53 AM) Reply
Great looking top!
CSM--Carla said... (7/11/11 10:02 AM) Reply
Elegant looking top on you, MN Barb! Thanks for sharing this review!
21wale said... (7/10/11 5:03 PM) Reply
What a fun top! I really like the general shape - very flattering.
Christas said... (7/10/11 5:00 PM) Reply
Very pretty top!
marec said... (7/10/11 4:36 PM) Reply
So nice! I love the pattern elements and your choice of blue linen to make this up.
marjoriekh said... (7/10/11 2:54 PM) Reply
I really like the lines of this shirt on you, and it looks like it worked out very well in your stretch linen. (Yay for leaving out zippers!) I wonder if the back darts could be lengthened (while not widened) to end an inch or so below your shoulder blades? My shoulder blades are my back's 'pointy parts,' such as they are. (You could probably make that change in the finished garment -- oh, except I forgot there's a lining.) Anyway, I thought that was where back darts were usually designed to end.
Gelbean said... (7/10/11 1:48 PM) Reply
Very nice top! I just love the collar on this one.
cleverkitty said... (7/10/11 1:43 PM) Reply
The whole outfit looks so nice on you perfect for summer.
rutaliet said... (7/10/11 12:30 PM) Reply
Your version of this pattern came out great. I should have lengthened the bodice like you did. The draft of the darts is pretty doggone weird, especially in the back - do we have breasts on our backs????
manola6176 said... (7/10/11 10:43 AM) Reply
Very nice blouse thanks for mentioning this pattern. It sounds very interresting to make.
renren said... (7/10/11 10:02 AM) Reply
Very nice fabric and nice lines in this top. And, well, of course you had to add just a smidge of topstitching because it made the top absolutley fabuloso! Lovely!
 
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