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March 31, 2011

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Sue H

Beautiful job! It's always fun to see what you've been working on.

Gina

LOVE THIS!!

Marty Mason

Oh, how neat that Coleus gradient is in your blouse. Love the look! After seeing how much pattern alteration you had to do, I understand why I'm not a garment maker!

Nancy Krampf

lovely, its going to look smashing on, in the warm weather. :)

Jeannie

I love your blouse! The gradient is fantastic the way it flows through the garment. Hmmm, maybe I'd better got dust off the old machine and get out my book. I think I have plenty of time the way the weather is acting! Have a great weekend.

Gina

Beautiful blouse!

Deb Hardman

Really cute, Vicki!

I wish I had arms that would look nice in a sleeveless blouse, but living in Alaska ther isn't much call for them!

Debbie  St.Germain

Love those shades, I would love to use that in a skirt and top.
I used to have a skirt and top with paint splashes on it, loved it.
Wish I could find a pattern like it, it was so comfortable in the summer and would love to make my own.

Debbie

Heather Woollove

Your blouse is exquisite! I didn't realize that you were a garment sewist! I look forward to many more exciting wearable projects!!! (Will you ever post photos of you wearing them?!?!?) XXO-

Libby Fife

That blouse is really nice. I get what you mean too about being different sizes everywhere. One size does not fit all!

Kim

Do you know how excited I am that you have made something to wear???? I hope you continue; I'd particularly love to see your pattern alterations as you make new garments - that's how I learn, by watching others. I LOVE this blouse. It looks like you AND it just has plain awesomeness all over it. And can I admit that I actually like the tacky print blouse too? I know that says way more about me than I probably want people to know.

Summerset

Gorgeous! That is a beautiful use of the fabric and the right style for it, too.

twitter.com/CandiedFabrics

OOOOOHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lovely!

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