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Posted on:3/5/05 2:48 AM
Last Updated:3/5/05 2:48 AM

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Karla Kizer said...
I was quite surprised to see a new comment on this pattern today. I just dug it out of the stash because I bought a pink polyester crushed-looking sueded-surface stuff (technical description) and thought it might be a good match for this pattern. How interesting to know someone on the other side of the world is doing the same thing! This review is very helpful, Tigger. I'll definitely compare the pattern to some shirts in my closet before I trace. My fabric isn't stretchy, and I don't want unpleasant surprises. A belated thanks to you for this review. I hope my shirt looks as good as yours!
9/24/05 6:55 PM
busyozmum said...
Looks wonderful! I'm happy to read this as I have the pattern and some fabric to go. Looks like this is next on my list. Thanks for the review.
9/24/05 6:10 PM
Gillian said...
Great job and thanks for reviewing this. I've had my eye on this project for a while. You have definitely encouraged me.
4/5/05 9:58 AM
Mini said...
Your shirt looks perfect, including the collar which is always the hardest part for beginners. I think that the fact that KS uses 1/4 seam allowances makes doing collars so much easier. I saw this shirt featured in an Australian Stitches article about sewing with quilting cottons, and plan to try it soon.
3/5/05 10:56 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
Great looking shirt. I also like KS shirt patterns.
3/5/05 9:09 AM
keric said...
I love the shirt. I've been thinking about picking up a pattern like this. I have yet to do buttons, or a fitted shirt. Sounds like KS is the way to go as far as instructions, etc. Great job!!!
3/5/05 8:30 AM
Leslie in Austin said...
Congratulations on finishing your first fitted dress shirt! It's a lot of work but worth it.
3/5/05 6:53 AM
jlg said...
Your shirt turned out very well. Pretty pink fabric.
3/5/05 5:42 AM
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