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Posted on:5/10/14 9:37 AM
Last Updated:6/25/14 4:46 AM


Skinny Bitch Curvy Chick: SB322 by Alpine Queen  Skinny Bitch Curvy Chick: SB322 by Alpine Queen  
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Sharonspils said... (6/25/14 10:46 PM) Reply
Gorgeous t-shirt, love the fabric! How wonderful you can teach the girls to sew.
canei said... (6/25/14 10:53 AM) Reply
Nice!
caroljeancarmichael said... (6/25/14 8:00 AM) Reply
Your sewing club is a kind of Mission, and I wish you well with it.
lakaribane said... (5/12/14 9:45 AM) Reply
I love your fabric too! But I wonder if you're perhaps shorter in the legs with a regular torso. That would explain why you had to lengthen both bodice and sleeve. I've tested (but not yet reviewed this) and at 5ft and with narrow shoulders, it fit great right out of the envelop. On the other hand, I had trouble with the neckband also. Free patterns are indeed the best option for trying new things, good luck!
sewingcanary said... (5/11/14 10:24 PM) Reply
OOPS -double post
sewingcanary said... (5/11/14 11:52 AM) Reply
Fabric content can often be identified by doing a burn test. Blended fibres are harder, but you can usually get an idea of what a fabric is made of. Threads Magazine has an online video about doing one. There is also a pdf file you can copy and save onto your computer for future reference. http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/31497/how-to-identify-fabrics-with-a-burn-test Good luck and many blessings with your club!
Quickie said... (5/11/14 1:48 AM) Reply
Lovely fabric. In my plussizes version the neckband was correct length
Danmar said... (5/11/14 0:04 AM) Reply
Love your fabric. Your sewing club sounds wonderful !
supizoo said... (5/10/14 8:43 PM) Reply
Beautiful T. I love the fabric you've used. Thanks for the review and for the link detailing your new sewing club. How exciting! I haven't made this T but agree that this style would be a great project to start with.
michellep74 said... (5/10/14 5:39 PM) Reply
I've made this t-shirt four times (using the plus sized version), and I agree that it's a very well-drafted pattern with a great fit. If any of your young women are curvier, don't hesitate to recommend the plus sized range of this pattern.
Jrhee said... (5/10/14 11:56 AM) Reply
Looks wonderful on you!
marec said... (5/10/14 10:15 AM) Reply
Looks marvelous on you, and your review is very helpful. Have fun with running the sewing club.
sewrose said... (5/10/14 10:06 AM) Reply
I agree this would work well for young and petite figures, and the free download works well for young wallets. Good luck with the sewing club!
 
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