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Pattern Reviews> Grainline Studio> 31004 (Archer Shirt)

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Posted on:7/10/13 0:51 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 

Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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TJSEWS said... (7/17/13 8:35 AM) Reply
Your shirt is just fabulous!
Fran G said... (7/11/13 6:52 AM) Reply
I have almost ordered this pattern several times based on the really nice looking shirts posted recently. Now that I have seen is the day! I generally prefer a hard copy but will take the print and assemble route. This pattern line has received many very positive reviews! Sharp shirt, Shams!
Dilliander said... (7/11/13 2:47 AM) Reply
Very clever! The large plaid looks great and the bias sleeves are perfect :)
busyozmum said... (7/11/13 2:17 AM) Reply
Absolutely love how you worked with this fabric. Gorgeous.
Tina Rathbone said... (7/11/13 0:31 AM) Reply
Another resounding success! Must head to the blog now ...
cmcarr said... (7/10/13 10:41 PM) Reply
A work of art! You look great with your weight loss.
marec said... (7/10/13 7:00 PM) Reply
This is a FUN shirt-I love the plaid placement.
sew2little said... (7/10/13 6:41 PM) Reply
Oh, you've done it again. The placement of the plaid is perfection.
ArtAttack said... (7/10/13 5:49 PM) Reply
Oh, this is SO cute. I love the offset plaid and all you did with it. Great job...cuter than the Burberry!
carolynw said... (7/10/13 3:08 PM) Reply
It is a beautiful shirt - I know it is what some may call a basic pattern but what you did with it and your fabric it is pure genius. Wonderful
Aixoise said... (7/10/13 2:14 PM) Reply
You look so great in this!
Barbara V said... (7/10/13 11:27 AM) Reply
Take a simple, classic shirt and add to that a creative, clever treatment of fabric to style. It's really wonderful Shams - congratulations!
Zoomitron said... (7/10/13 11:14 AM) Reply
You are certainly on a sewing blitz -- and that blitz is sizzling. The fabrics lately are wonderful, and used with skill. You must be feeling very beautiful with your new garments.
quathy said... (7/10/13 8:20 AM) Reply
I love it! Your choice of the plaid is perfect!
Rebecca D said... (7/10/13 7:16 AM) Reply
Gorgeous. And such a thorough blog post, which I greatly appreciate.
mm said... (7/10/13 6:51 AM) Reply
I like it!
House of Pinheiro said... (7/10/13 5:36 AM) Reply
its fit fabulous. the placement of the fabric its lovely too
liliv said... (7/10/13 5:10 AM) Reply
It's so clever and pretty!
DaisyA said... (7/10/13 3:12 AM) Reply
What a brilliant shirt! Great placement of the plaid. I want one!!!
Sigrid. said... (7/10/13 2:16 AM) Reply
The gallery picture immediatwly caught my eye. What an original and beautiful use of the plaids. Great blouse.
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