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Reviewed by:Gail S

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Posted on:1/9/05 10:52 AM

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PVA said...
Wow -- love your shirt! The material is really outstanding! Thanks for the review, I really need to take a close look at this pattern.
1/9/05 11:16 AM
Sherril Miller said...
This top came out great. That fabric is terrific. Now that you have a good-fitting t pattern, you'll have to make many variations, different necklines, sleeve treatments, hem lengths, etc.
1/9/05 11:25 AM
drsue said...
This is such a stand up pattern. Alway there when you need a basic top.
1/9/05 11:28 AM
Lufah said...
Hey! I've been drooling over that fabric on EOS for the past few days. I keep trying to convince myself there will be other fabrics, and I don't desperately need this one. It's not really going so well. :) Good review - this looks like a pattern that needs to be on my must-have list.
1/9/05 11:37 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
I love the fabric and it seems to work wonderfully with this pattern.
1/9/05 12:03 PM
Mini said...
Your shirt looks like something that would cost a lot of $$ in RTW. The buttermilk knit was a really good choice for this top. Although the woven fabric versions I have made looked okay, it is really a bettter pattern for knits. Plus it's so quick to make:).
1/9/05 12:08 PM
bunz said...
Gail, beautiful in the EOS buttermilk!! This pattern seems to have slightly dropped shoulders -- is that correct? Are you happy w how it fits your shoulder? Curious, because I'm on an anti-dropped shoulder jag, but want to do this pattern in my stash.
1/9/05 2:08 PM
Gail S said...
The pattern calls for shoulder pads which I am still considering adding. It seems to fit very well without them though. This could explain the dropped shoulders.
1/9/05 3:39 PM
cynthia w said...
Gorgeous fabric. No one would ever guess this is homemade. Just beautiful.
1/9/05 8:15 PM
Jan B. said...
Very nice!! I like your fabric too. The pattern photo looks as if it is extended shoulder too. It's less noticeable in your print and looks great.
1/10/05 1:48 PM
Danvillegirl said...
I like the look of this top. Love your fabric.
1/10/05 6:26 PM
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