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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Downloadable> 07-2013-109A (Oversized Cardigan)

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Posted on:8/29/13 9:25 PM
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carolynw said... (8/31/13 12:52 PM) Reply
I love this - would steal it if I could! Looks terrific on you and I just love that fabric
GoodbyeValntino said... (8/31/13 6:14 AM) Reply
You are ready for fall in this beauty! I really love it and the fabric was made for you. Lovely!
Sue Parrott said... (8/30/13 4:45 PM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful! Perfect combination of style and fabric (as usual!)
HRigg said... (8/30/13 2:48 PM) Reply
Great garment and terrific colours for you.
liliv said... (8/30/13 10:51 AM) Reply
What a fantastic print! I agree that it is exactly your style!
grays08 said... (8/30/13 9:42 AM) Reply
Love the shaping on this! Great fabric and wonderful colors. Wonderful job bringing it all together, it looks fabulous!
Dianne22 said... (8/30/13 9:18 AM) Reply
Wow! Wow! Wow! Gorgeous fabric and a great cardi.
cleverkitty said... (8/30/13 9:05 AM) Reply
this looks high end and to think you whipped this up over coffee, the fabric has all my favorite colors too. you WILL get a lot of use out of this cardigan it's like instant style. Pairs perfectly with your new pants :)
PattyE said... (8/30/13 8:55 AM) Reply
Great cardi!
marthamyers said... (8/30/13 8:33 AM) Reply
So dramatic. I love it on you!
CissieW said... (8/30/13 8:20 AM) Reply
Love the shape of that cardi. And the fabulous fabric. You're right -- it does incorporate all of your colors and it looks wonderful on you!
Amanda.Claire said... (8/30/13 7:30 AM) Reply
Ooooh, very sophisticated! I love the shape of this and the fabric of course is gorgeous! Thanks for the size tips too
olgarosita said... (8/30/13 5:54 AM) Reply
Beautiful cardigan, and being so simple to make is a bonus! I love those colours!!
Huntwoman said... (8/30/13 5:01 AM) Reply
Dilliander said... (8/30/13 4:26 AM) Reply
This is perfect, lovely colours and style plus it looks super on you... as well as cuddly warm :)
pdiddly said... (8/30/13 2:40 AM) Reply
I have book-marked this for sewing later - lovely version on you - great fabric really you
margy.64 said... (8/29/13 11:53 PM) Reply
Looks like a very handy item to add to your Autumn wardrobe. Great pattern to showcase that fabulous fabric. The colours suit you so well.
QuiltSewSewSue said... (8/29/13 11:41 PM) Reply
Thank you for reviewing this - I have been eyeing off this pattern and wondering how it would look made in another type of fabric (than the boucle) - fab cardi! Now I want one...
atymonw said... (8/29/13 11:34 PM) Reply
So cool! I love this on you.
SewWil said... (8/29/13 10:13 PM) Reply
Wow!!! The style, the is all GREAT! Another pattern that I missed in the magazine. I'll go dig out July and mark this pattern as well. Thanks for the review.
Jstarr4250 said... (8/29/13 10:11 PM) Reply
Oh this looks so YOU! You're so lucky to have found that perfect sweater knit. They aren't that easy to find. The shape is great. I love how it narrows at the hem.
DaisyA said... (8/29/13 9:55 PM) Reply
Absolutely fabulous fabric and pattern. It looks great on you!
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