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Posted on:8/18/12 6:53 AM
Last Updated:8/18/12 8:53 AM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 3 people   
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carolynw said... (8/19/12 3:02 PM) Reply
Beautiful - I made it once and because the fabric I used was really ugly was put off - now seeing yours must try again
KarlaB said... (8/19/12 2:44 PM) Reply
Beautiful tops! I really like the multi-colored one. Now I think I NEED this pattern. :)
cleverkitty said... (8/19/12 9:30 AM) Reply
really nice tops love them!
pdiddly said... (8/19/12 3:29 AM) Reply
love this version too.
BeaJay said... (8/18/12 6:44 PM) Reply
Very pretty fabric and a great outcome for your top.
Dilliander said... (8/18/12 5:58 PM) Reply
This looks lovely, such an interesting cowl style and very pretty fabric too :)
marec said... (8/18/12 4:04 PM) Reply
I absolutely love both tops, and this one is so cute. I have made the sleeveless version and tried the cowl a few years back but it was a wadder. I think my fabric choice was off-yes I remember...Your point about drape is spot on. Thanks for the review and I'll come back to this pattern this fall.
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