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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 6928 (Misses' Tops and Tunics)

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Posted on:3/21/14 6:26 PM
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material excess said... (9/26/14 5:45 PM) Reply
Really, really nice!
DeniK said... (6/29/14 9:49 AM) Reply
Fantastic idea - when I saw a review of this top I was very disappointed to see the pattern did not have sleeves to hide the top of flabby arms BUT now you have solved the problem. Thank you for your enlightening post!
knitgirl16 said... (5/20/14 3:45 PM) Reply
The pattern really perks up a plain white T-shirt. I love your lettuce edge and 3/4 sleeves. Great job and thank you for sharing.
Juneybug said... (4/27/14 5:14 PM) Reply
I tried the top using the McCalls Pattern only and absolutely hated it with the drape enclosed in the front seam, but I love the drape. Before I saw yours, I wondered if it would look better on a knit like you did -- and now I know, it looks great and I will try it. Just Lovely!
sewtime said... (3/22/14 11:51 PM) Reply
Beautiful top!!
material excess said... (3/22/14 0:39 AM) Reply
This looks great on you. I was eyeing the McCalls pattern, but put it back in the end because I was nervous about how it would look on a full-bosomed woman.
Sew Good said... (3/21/14 8:23 PM) Reply
I was just looking at that pattern this morning! What a great idea to mix the two patterns together. So pretty!
carolynw said... (3/21/14 7:06 PM) Reply
Oooh I love this - clever girl! Think I may copy your great idea! Sure makes for a top that is interesting and really pretty
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