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Pattern Reviews> Grainline Studio> 11004 (Archer Shirt)

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Posted on:6/8/13 0:52 AM
Last Updated:6/8/13 1:37 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 12 people   
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loti said... (6/23/13 1:37 PM) Reply
Gorgeous shirt, and how fantastic that you can throw it in with the wash!
KarlaB said... (6/10/13 4:48 PM) Reply
Beautiful! Love the back flounce, and your fabric treatment to get what you wanted from it! and thank you for your detailed tute on the cap sleeves! Great review!
Amanda.Claire said... (6/9/13 9:04 AM) Reply
wildberrymom said... (6/9/13 3:26 AM) Reply
Beautiful shirt!
pdiddly said... (6/9/13 3:23 AM) Reply
love the colour - great pattern too
grays08 said... (6/8/13 7:22 PM) Reply
Beautiful fabric with the treatment and great sleeve. I loved reading through the process as that is a lot of buttonholes so I was wondering! This is fabulous and agree that the fabric plays a key role into the flounce success, and this one was a great success!
Re Becca said... (6/8/13 2:22 PM) Reply
Love it, the fabric turned out perfect. I think the flounce is really cute. Great job on the sleeves too.
mnitts said... (6/8/13 12:58 PM) Reply
Love your shirt: the colour and the flounce. Great project to do the 12 shirts!
Jstarr4250 said... (6/8/13 12:25 PM) Reply
LOVE IT!!! You're right - pleating the ruffle instead of gathering it and pressing it well makes vive la difference. You are way more courageous than I would have been to beat up on that beautiful silk. What a fabulous technique. So many great tips in this review and your blog post.
sewtime said... (6/8/13 12:17 PM) Reply
Great review and such a lovely top!!
SewWil said... (6/8/13 11:31 AM) Reply
Is it possible to have too much fun with a pattern?!!! Gorgeous blouse. Very creative fabric treatment.
RadarRadiance said... (6/8/13 10:04 AM) Reply
I love this one on you!!! Color and love the back. Great tip on softening up the fabric, fantastic job! This is my favorite so far!!!
Karla Kizer said... (6/8/13 9:40 AM) Reply
It's adorable. You just might have talked me into that back ruffle...
Sue Parrott said... (6/8/13 9:10 AM) Reply
Wow, this is so beautiful! Well done!
cleverkitty said... (6/8/13 8:31 AM) Reply
Your Very creative with this pattern, this version looks on trend with the hi lo hem style. Love the color too :)
Lori V said... (6/8/13 7:22 AM) Reply
This is gorgeous, the green silk, the view and the short sleeves. Amazing job.
liliv said... (6/8/13 2:54 AM) Reply
I love this fabric! I don't know how it looked before the treatment (I love emerald), but now it is just perfect! I also like all the changes you made to the pattern. And the buttons of course. Overall, very pretty shirt!!
jenleeC said... (6/8/13 2:27 AM) Reply
Love the way you tamed your fabric into submission! The ruffle shape is very flattering. Pleating rather than gathering was a good idea.
Jrhee said... (6/8/13 2:11 AM) Reply
Cuteness! I love your fabric treatment also.
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