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Posted on:11/21/04 11:14 PM
Last Updated:11/21/04 11:16 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 1 people   
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Danvillegirl said... (11/23/04 6:03 PM) Reply
Both tops look very nice.
Levone said... (11/23/04 10:16 AM) Reply
Thanks everyone..I'm wearing the slinky version today and it is very comfortable. I think I will go back and alter the pattern for maternity wear. Edube, I'm definitely a Kwik Sew fan and have all of their books and a lot of baby patterns!
Rustybobn said... (11/23/04 6:48 AM) Reply
Levone, They both look great--the red looks especially snuggly.
AnneM said... (11/23/04 4:27 AM) Reply
I like that in slinky. I'm certain this version will be perfect post-pregnancy.
CarolynGM said... (11/22/04 6:50 PM) Reply
Your top is lovely. This is a wonderful pattern. I think it would work well in a maternity version.
Kristi_Dugan said... (11/22/04 9:55 AM) Reply
Nice tops! Thanks for the review. I'll be adding this pattern to my wishlist.
edube said... (11/22/04 8:38 AM) Reply
I think this would be a great top for pregnancy, especially in the winter. As far as the maternity patterns go though. I think you're better off altering a well-fitting regular pattern. In my experience (and also the opinion of Sandra Betzina) the maternity patterns tend to be very voluminous. I'm sure we'll all be watching your sewing progress through the coming months:)). Don't forget the best (IMHO) patterns for baby garments--Kwik Sew!
 
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