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Pattern Reviews> Drafted from RTW> 2012-03-greenbracopy 

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Posted on:5/25/12 8:44 AM


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MadeByMeg said... (5/15/13 12:30 PM) Reply
oh thank you! yes i have just bought one of their patterns, so hopefully i'll have some success!
Margaret said... (2/2/13 3:40 AM) Reply
MadeByMeg -- thanks! Have you checked out the Merckwaerdigh patterns -- they have a lot of different styles, and there may be something reasonably similar to this.
MadeByMeg said... (2/1/13 6:51 PM) Reply
god i love this. i've been looking for a bra pattern pretty much like this but can't find anything
treefrog said... (5/27/12 7:24 PM) Reply
Very nice! I like how you've not only copied it but improved on the original. I'll have to try copying one of mine as it would take a lot of the fitting guesswork out of the equation. Thanks!
renren said... (5/26/12 11:25 AM) Reply
This technique reminds me of how loti copies panties. Very nice and industrious to figure this all out.
cerulean said... (5/25/12 11:47 PM) Reply
It's so pretty! Great choice of fabric! Thanks for the tutorial! You did a lovely job!
katlew03 said... (5/25/12 11:34 PM) Reply
Very pretty. You did a great job.
jannw said... (5/25/12 10:41 PM) Reply
How pretty!! What a great idea!!
bananaoil said... (5/25/12 7:49 PM) Reply
It's very pretty
FreyaStark said... (5/25/12 7:05 PM) Reply
An impressive effort and a pretty garment.
Sigrid. said... (5/25/12 3:20 PM) Reply
Gorgeous, you made a wonderful copy.
Rhonda in Montreal said... (5/25/12 1:22 PM) Reply
WOW!! Pretty! Feminine!! Sexy!!! ;D
 
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