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Pattern Reviews> Threads Magazine> #120 9/2005 (Two seam Shrug)

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Posted on:7/3/05 12:29 PM

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Diane E said... (7/15/05 0:50 AM) Reply
I really like this! I can't wait to make mine. Like you, I love wraps, and the great thing about this one is you don't have to worry about leaving it behind when you're rushing around. It will actually stay on!
Barbara at Cat Fur Studio said... (7/5/05 6:15 PM) Reply
You look great in your shrug. Excellent choice of fabric!
Danvillegirl said... (7/4/05 8:36 AM) Reply
Very nice! Looks good and I think would help with the a/c issue which I should try.
AnneM said... (7/4/05 8:06 AM) Reply
That is very nice. Great fabric for this. I should probably do this; it would look more seasonal than the wool sweater I've been putting on in my over-A/C'd office.
kathi s said... (7/4/05 1:44 AM) Reply
Really good looking wrap! I like your fabric. You sure work fast- I just got my issur yesterday!
PattiK said... (7/3/05 8:02 PM) Reply
WOW! Is right, I just got my issue as well and was thinking of making it tomorrow. Great job, looks great.
PegL said... (7/3/05 7:45 PM) Reply
Love your shrug! Very pretty!
purpleseamstress said... (7/3/05 3:29 PM) Reply
I need to make a few of these for work. Cold library. Why is that? We are perserving books not meat. Looks great on you too, very elegant look for your body style.
touran said... (7/3/05 2:37 PM) Reply
Your shrug/shawl looks so elegant - great choice of fabric. I can't wait to receive this issue.
CSchiffgens said... (7/3/05 1:54 PM) Reply
Wow! You are fast. I just got my issue yesterday. I like the way your's turned out. I'm going to have to give it a try.
Patti B said... (7/3/05 1:01 PM) Reply
What a great solution to freezing restaurants. Your version is lovely. Makes me think I should go shopping in my stash for a similar shrug.
Steffie said... (7/3/05 12:32 PM) Reply
This turned out great! Your fabric makes it look very elegant, too. I like the way you stitched down the cuff. Great job!
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