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Reviewed by:Jessica Dean

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Posted on:5/21/13 8:24 PM
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Jessica Dean said... (6/8/13 6:36 PM) Reply
lacroise1 - Thanks so much. :D
lacroise1 said... (6/8/13 6:03 AM) Reply
This top is beautiful... great fix for the sleave. Looks fabulous!
Jessica Dean said... (5/24/13 11:43 AM) Reply
Thank you very much Deepika! :D
Deepika said... (5/23/13 8:07 AM) Reply
super cute top. Love the drape neck.
Jessica Dean said... (5/22/13 11:27 PM) Reply
Wow, thanks everyone for such great compliments. I am really encouraged. :)
Barbara V said... (5/22/13 10:51 PM) Reply
Very pretty top - great sleeves!
norie creates said... (5/22/13 10:45 PM) Reply
Love this style. Nicely done!
jgmafpw said... (5/22/13 1:01 PM) Reply
Great way to spin out a pattern! Keep us posted, can't wait to see your next creation!
Jessica Dean said... (5/22/13 12:05 PM) Reply
nicegirl - Thanks. For the sleeve pattern, I cut the ends off that attach under the arm. This gave me more of a fat crescent shape. Then I attached the piece upside down. The curved portion that is supposed to attach to the arm scythe became the full ruffle with a narrow hem. The opposite side now became the arm scythe. The center of the sleeve is offset to the shoulder seam, toward the back, by about an inch. Without the offset the sleeve would sit too far forward and look funny at the back. Turning the sleeve was actually an accident but I liked the results so I don't have any plans to "fix" them. :)
nicegirl said... (5/22/13 10:42 AM) Reply
Very pretty top. I'd love more info on the sleeve--it looks great!
Jessica Dean said... (5/21/13 10:42 PM) Reply
Thank you. :D
grays08 said... (5/21/13 9:29 PM) Reply
Very classic and elegant looking. Great top!
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