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Pattern Reviews> StyleArc> Camilla Blouse (Camilla Blouse)

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Posted on:8/11/12 3:15 AM
Last Updated:8/11/12 3:21 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 15 people   
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FreyaStark said... (9/30/13 9:30 PM) Reply
A very fine effort and a beautiful top - well done. Thanks for a useful review. I have just stumbled on this pattern - fortuitously because I've been looking for something with a tab front, a style I made in the late seventies.
lyndle said... (6/20/13 5:51 AM) Reply
This is beautiful. I love the contrast cuff bands too. It's useful to hear you added to the circumference - I noted it has only 5cm bust ease and was wondering how that would work out. I hope you'reenjoying wearing this.
Karine said... (8/13/12 8:04 AM) Reply
What a beautiful blouse! I love your fabrics and your contrasting bands really add a special touch. I especially like the little band on the cuff. I hope you enjoy wearing the blouse - it looks like it would be lovely against your skin.
Knitz said... (8/12/12 2:54 PM) Reply
Lovely -- and a great review.
tess said... (8/12/12 7:48 AM) Reply
Absolutely lovely and yet another Style Arc to add to my list!
mm said... (8/12/12 5:33 AM) Reply
I love the contrast band. I note you had to add a bit of extra width. I wish I had done the same with the one I made. It is a lovely pattern but I found it a closer fit than I expected.
cmcarr said... (8/11/12 8:32 PM) Reply
Another beautiful blouse.
Maree P said... (8/11/12 7:59 PM) Reply
You have made another gorgeous shirt Sandra. P.S. I wore this style in the 1970s. It is a great style.
Dilliander said... (8/11/12 7:14 PM) Reply
Thanks for all the lovely comments. I found the fabric in Ruwi Street (Indian Quarter) while on holiday in Muscat Oman. However it would be worth enquiring at any Indian or Asian stores that sell fabric. My fabric is polyester and cotton and this was all that was available in the coordinated packs. Sue it is comfortable to wear but nothing like natural fibres, which are my personal favourite.
mhoutz said... (8/11/12 7:09 PM) Reply
Oh, this is lovely! A perfect pairing of pattern and fabric...I've had my eye on this pattern...you've made up my mind!
loti said... (8/11/12 12:19 PM) Reply
Beautiful shirt, and lovely details.
halleyscomet said... (8/11/12 12:09 PM) Reply
Oh how pretty!
SewWil said... (8/11/12 11:28 AM) Reply
Beautiful blouse! The fabric is gorgeous.
Jrhee said... (8/11/12 11:20 AM) Reply
Very pretty! I also would like to know where you purchased your fabric, especially as it comes with coordinating combinations.
bananaoil said... (8/11/12 10:38 AM) Reply
Excellent execution. This blouse is lovely, looks cool and refined. Great job.
ArtAttack said... (8/11/12 10:36 AM) Reply
Oh, this is just beautiful! So soft and feminine...
RLL said... (8/11/12 9:47 AM) Reply
So feminine with a light and soft look.
GoodbyeValntino said... (8/11/12 7:45 AM) Reply
Beautiful tailoring and fabric on this blouse! Thanks for the review!
BeaJay said... (8/11/12 6:07 AM) Reply
Can I ask where you purchased this gorgeous fabric?
BeaJay said... (8/11/12 6:03 AM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful. I love the top and the fabric looks divine.
Renata said... (8/11/12 5:39 AM) Reply
Apart from your garments always being stunning and elegant, your fabrics are TDF. I think I need to break into your house and steal whatever stash you have left. I love your style.
QuiltSewSewSue said... (8/11/12 4:27 AM) Reply
Lovely - please let us know how the top is to wear.
Anne Cherry said... (8/11/12 3:53 AM) Reply
Such a beautiful colour! The mix of fabrics is great, shows both off! And the sewing! Stunning, as ever!
 
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