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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 05-2013-101 (Embroidered Tank)

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Posted on:7/9/13 12:07 PM


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slmstyle said... (7/23/13 10:54 PM) Reply
Great top and I LOVE the bird silk fabric! I have this pattern on my short list to sew. I think I will eliminate the slit though. Hope I love it as much as you love yours!
wildberrymom said... (7/11/13 11:23 AM) Reply
Cute top--I'll bet it could be done without the slit. Loved what you did with the straps.
renren said... (7/10/13 11:27 AM) Reply
Definitely a traffic-stopping top. Love your Mood bird print silk. I now want to sew this top!
Levone said... (7/9/13 11:51 PM) Reply
Cute top!
Amanda.Claire said... (7/9/13 2:38 PM) Reply
I have this on my list to make too. Your top is definitely really cute. I like the bird print :)
grays08 said... (7/9/13 2:16 PM) Reply
Very cute, great piece to have in your wardrobe. I agree, I love Burda methods but sometimes a deep dive! Cute top, actually had this one on my list to make up but wasn't sure since Burda used the decorative bands on theirs how it would work.
 
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