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Posted on:7/3/12 9:40 PM

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canei said... (4/2/13 8:45 PM) Reply
I know I am way late, but yours is one of the best I've seen for this pattern. They all look great on you and I love the way to did the button up style. PERFECT!!!!
MNBarb said... (7/10/12 1:11 PM) Reply
This is beautiful. Perfection!
Michele Lommasson said... (7/8/12 2:21 PM) Reply
So cute. I will have to fold and get this pattern.
mssewcrazy said... (7/5/12 7:41 AM) Reply
Your use of this pattern is outstanding. You should make loads of these for hot weather wear. Keep em coming as they are really inspiring. I loved your use of the wing type stitch on one of the versions. I enjoyed reading on your blog also.
sugar88 said... (7/5/12 6:12 AM) Reply
Love how you change this pattern. Now I really might need to sew this after seeing your top- looks wonderful.
Amanda.Claire said... (7/4/12 5:52 PM) Reply
JEF said... (7/4/12 4:14 PM) Reply
Excellent! I love your button detail.
GoodbyeValntino said... (7/4/12 3:49 PM) Reply
Colette should be sending you their patterns to test! I know you make them proud :)
Patti B said... (7/4/12 1:19 PM) Reply
I love your versions of the Sorbetto (the pattern equivalent of potato chips -- can't have just one!) . I haven't made a button front Sorbetto but it is on the sewing list now. Thanks for the inspiration!
Wendy Hahn said... (7/4/12 12:39 PM) Reply
very nice!
Liane M said... (7/4/12 11:03 AM) Reply
I'm cooler just looking at your top!
grey ann said... (7/4/12 8:47 AM) Reply
I need to search the fabric dept at Walmart more carefully. Great use of the fabric for placket and trim. Very nice.
Legal.Dealer said... (7/3/12 11:10 PM) Reply
I really dig the way you used both sides of the fabric! Looks fantastic! You make me wanna jump on the sorbetto wagon!
Barbara V said... (7/3/12 10:22 PM) Reply
Wonderful fabric from Walmart. Looks so cute made up in your Sorbetto top. Also Sorbettos 1 & 2 look great and all three fit you perfectly!
RadarRadiance said... (7/3/12 10:12 PM) Reply
Cute, you got the fit down pat and what a fun pattern. Love the fabric!
cleverkitty said... (7/3/12 10:06 PM) Reply
I can see why you love this top it's simplicity and your perfect stitches makes it easy to sew, it looks so fresh and pretty on you :)
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