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Posted on:3/31/13 9:25 PM


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GermanKleinigkeit said... (4/1/13 6:30 PM) Reply
Hi everybody, hi rivergum, I really do like getting patterns from smaller companies or just a single drafter (designer) - you got me, rivergum.:-)) There are a few german companies that only have a few patterns, like Zwischenmass, Zugeknoepft, Atelier Hardy and rs-design24 (the two last ones got nice Lagenlook patterns) some of them you can't even buy online (like: Hereinspaziert), you have to happen to be there, which I find funny in times of www. And I've got one from Australia also, the Yalta Top from Lena Merrin. I have made a testgarment of it, as soon as I made the "real one" I will review it here, it's got a great fit also (the perfect armscye in my opinion). But my testgarment doesn't look nice and showing my horrible Burda pants is just enough for the moment. *laugh* But I do like Burda and Vogue also. They are my main-sources for patterns. I've got a Burda Abonnement and it feels like tons of Vogue patterns. :-) Burda has always got the newest fashion trend so I keep my eye on that, and Vogue often is extraordinary, that's wonderful also. Dear rivergum, I read in another comment of you you'll be traveling to Europe soon. That's exciting, have a wonderful time! Which country are you going?
rivergum said... (4/1/13 3:49 PM) Reply
That is a great top, I love the as symmetric hem line with the frill. You are so adventurous with your choice of pattern companies, I tend to trust nobody but Burda, so using a pattern from an unknown publisher always causes me anxiety re the quality of the drafting. Thanks for reviewing this re the fit and your changes, I really like the style and may try it next summer. The weather has finally turned here and summer sewing is definitely off the menu.
jenleeC said... (4/1/13 7:59 AM) Reply
This is a lovely variation on the basic tee. The asymmetrical flounce is really pretty!
julie w said... (4/1/13 3:35 AM) Reply
A very pretty adaption
 
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