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Pattern Reviews> Wild Ginger> PMB (Twinset, cardigan & shell)

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Posted on:11/7/04 1:48 AM
Last Updated:11/7/04 2:01 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 11 people   
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Susan in Miami said... (2/21/07 12:08 PM) Reply
Debbie never fails to be right on target. I am getting ready to sew a slinky twinset and she has gotten me started with my PMB design. Thanks Debbie!
Lou05 said... (8/19/05 6:38 PM) Reply
Debbie, This is darling and really, really flattering. The flounce hem really takes it up a notch. You could wear this set anywhere. Nice job and thanks for including the PMB settings.
jlg said... (11/10/04 6:04 AM) Reply
Beautiful twinset. It looks great on you.
Schnauzer said... (11/9/04 9:03 PM) Reply
Debbie,I love your reviews.As usual another fabulous outfit.
Danvillegirl said... (11/8/04 5:23 PM) Reply
Love PMB. Your twinset looks great. Thanks for sharing the settings you used. It is helpful to other PMB users.
sewsue said... (11/8/04 3:05 PM) Reply
What a beautiful set, and a very entertaining and informative review! Thanks. The outfit looks lovely.
tamtay said... (11/8/04 1:16 PM) Reply
Same fabric as CWC--what a coincidence! Thanks for the glue pins & fusible bias tips--both notions are now on my notions shopping list.
Darla in PA said... (11/8/04 11:32 AM) Reply
Debbie, great job on the twin set. It's very pretty. Can hardly wait to see your next set.
Elemenopeo said... (11/7/04 6:08 PM) Reply
You look beautiful in that. Very nice style for you.
Levone said... (11/7/04 3:56 PM) Reply
Great job! Your twinset is very pretty.
Sherril Miller said... (11/7/04 11:00 AM) Reply
Debbie, you look adorable in that outfit. I love the colors and I love stealing ideas from the Coldwater Creek catalog. I spend hours copying ideas into a folder for future garments. Can you believe those prices? You have some great patterns all ready now for cutting and sewing. You go girl! LOL
kempcor said... (11/7/04 10:59 AM) Reply
Beautiful set. You do an excellent review. In addition to getting a good pattern review, I always learn something. For example Glue pins sure looks like a better alternative than the aerosol spray stuff that I've been using with slinky and getting on everything else at the same time.
PegL said... (11/7/04 10:47 AM) Reply
Great looking twinset! Debbie, reading your reviews are like taking a mini sewing course! Thanks again for a very informative review!
MaryLynn in Long Beach said... (11/7/04 10:40 AM) Reply
Gorgeous, just gorgeous, kDeb!
Lori V said... (11/7/04 9:30 AM) Reply
Great twin set, Debbie. Love the flounce on the sleeve. You are on a roll .
Towanda said... (11/7/04 8:53 AM) Reply
Great twin set, glad that you won the battle with the slinky.
Towanda said... (11/7/04 8:52 AM) Reply
Great twin set, glad that you won the battle with the slinky. Thanks for including your setttings.
Katharine in BXL said... (11/7/04 8:32 AM) Reply
Deb, what a gorgeous twinset and perfect olive green jeans! Your hair looks so cute chin length too. You should update your photo.
Georgene said... (11/7/04 7:48 AM) Reply
I don't have PMB but I love the fact that you have included your settings. That must be a big help for those who do have the software and might be interested in making something similar. Great documentation of your process and wonderful results.
Liane M said... (11/7/04 7:35 AM) Reply

Liane M said... (11/7/04 7:32 AM) Reply
Great looking set!! I get tons of inspiration from CWC. I have bought several of their exact fabrics from a seller on E-bay. Ain't it fun to make a copy of an expensive outfit for a fraction of the cost and have it fit better and look better than the RTW original?! ;-)
Mary Gillette said... (11/7/04 5:39 AM) Reply
Beautiful job, Debbie. Looks great on you. Mary
pharmercoon said... (11/7/04 4:18 AM) Reply
That is so pretty and it looks just like the CWC! I think you should strike while the iron is hot-go a head & make the other jeans & twinset-very versatile! Kay
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