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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5300 (Connie Crawford)

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Posted on:5/23/12 11:01 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 


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Sherril Miller said... (5/24/12 9:56 PM) Reply
I love your blouse. Great job on this pattern.
FreyaStark said... (5/24/12 6:13 PM) Reply
A nice, pretty blouse.
nicegirl said... (5/24/12 11:09 AM) Reply
I love the print you chose! The neckline is quite flattering.
Mobycat said... (5/24/12 9:50 AM) Reply
Really nice. Would also look great layered over coordinating tee or shirt.
DaisyA said... (5/24/12 6:52 AM) Reply
I'm loving the print on the fabric, the V neck and the bit of improvisation re the buttons. Comfort gets my vote!
mssewcrazy said... (5/24/12 6:42 AM) Reply
Love your version of this pattern. I had never noticed the v neck view. I place the bust button first as I have those same issues first. Sometimes I can only get 4 on the top as I am petite and my bust is lower. That is a neat idea to make a pullover version by sewing up and dodging the issue.
marec said... (5/24/12 1:12 AM) Reply
Cute floral pattern on the top. It seems to be a style that showcases fun fabrics and buttons...I could see this made up in a variety of fabrics.
 
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