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Posted on:7/23/12 6:11 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 4 people   
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lgrande said... (6/29/13 8:25 AM) Reply
Beautiful!!! Your work is amazing.
a7yrstitch said... (11/1/12 10:04 PM) Reply
Wow! And thank you for the close up photos. You really show that folks can tackle this type of project and achieve great results. Did you use the iron when working on this? Any tips if you did? Thank you.
PattyE said... (7/29/12 11:45 AM) Reply
Wianno Girl, thank you - I used the sewing machine with a walking foot for the armholes and hems on the sleeves and bottom; the rest of the seams were serged.
Wianno Girl said... (7/29/12 0:20 AM) Reply
Lovely sewing-thank you for the close ups. Did you use a serger or sewing machine? A must have pattern after this.
PattyE said... (7/24/12 4:12 PM) Reply
Thanks for the lovely comments! SavageCoco, luckily this knit had some body to it and I also put some interfacing squares in the spots where the holes needed to go. I made a couple practice buttonholes on scrap beforehand because I've had those knit buttonhole disasters before. I think I might have muttered "thank you Jesus" after each buttonhole too!
SavageCoco said... (7/24/12 1:55 PM) Reply
Oh, well done! How did you make the button holes in knit? I can never get those right. Your work is gorgeous!
Karine said... (7/24/12 9:22 AM) Reply
You do beautiful work! Love your twinset.
Woolygal said... (7/24/12 7:30 AM) Reply
WOW - You did a great job on this set.
Elona said... (7/23/12 11:36 PM) Reply
What a lovely, professional-looking ensemble!
cmcarr said... (7/23/12 11:09 PM) Reply
So beautiful. I need sweaters.
grays08 said... (7/23/12 8:10 PM) Reply
This turned out great. What a nice fabric for this....great twin set. I'm jealous! = )
black poodle said... (7/23/12 7:08 PM) Reply
Don't you just love Kwik Sew fuss..simple and "kwik." Your cardigan turned out beautifully
kremmer said... (7/23/12 7:00 PM) Reply
I want it! Beautiful job!
blue mooney said... (7/23/12 6:24 PM) Reply
this. looks. great.
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