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16 June 2012


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Lovely result Penny, especially for a muslin. The fabric is so pretty!


It's really lovely ~ looks nice and cool too.

Karen H

That turned out really cute. Very pretty..... I still have that sheet, along with a matching comforter..... :)


Very cute - especially for a muslin. I shy away from downloaded patterns, though, for the very reason you mentioned - it seems like by the time I print a whole ream of paper on my printer, I could pay for the pattern and shipping. And I really hate taping all those pieces together. It does satisfy the need for instant gratification though, doesn't it?


that is so pretty! great job, Penny. and thank you for the review.


ACK! I picked out those sheets, comforter, wallpaper, and maybe even curtains too and had them in my bedroom when I was in elementary school (back in the 70s). Looks great as a top!


Really cute, Penny! It looks fab. Great idea to use old sheets for the muslin... Thanks for the pattern review - very helpful stuff.

claudia @ machen und tun

great job, lovely blouse! thanks so much for the review, i am eying this pattern for some time now..

Kendall Hoover

So SO cute!! Thanks & keep writing!

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This is super cute! I also wanted to share that I featured your blog on my Feature Fridays post. I just love your creations! Thanks for sharing!


This is beautiful! I'm not a garment sewer, but I think I could definitely go with this one! I really like your fabric too. :)

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