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A change in plans...BURDA 7576

So...I didn't have enough fabric to make the blouse out of V8772. I made the blouse from BURDA 7576 instead.... I'm not sure I still love the print, but it will work.





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  1. Lovely blouse! I like the print--it's bold and colorful. Very unique:)

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  2. I LOVE the print!! The shirt is so cute. If you don't want it I will be happy to take it off of your hands. Lol

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  3. Love it. Great job. I also like that pattern. May pick it up the next time in Joann's

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    1. Thanks Angela, I'm looking forward to making the jacket and skirt as well. I love the look of the outfit.

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  4. Beautiful blouse. I am convinced that we are pattern twins or something. I've had this pattern on my radar for a while but never tried it. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Lynn, LOL! I know right.... I was thinking I need to look for the Jalie jean pattern so that I, too, can ROCK some "custom jeans!"

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    2. To kick start my sewjo (again), I was thinking of cutting out another pair and blogging the process. I'm telling you, I don't think I'll ever buy jeans again!

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  5. Hello! I tried finding an email to ask if it is okay to post a link to your Vogue 8543 post with a photo of you wearing the jacket/skirt, but I couldn't find one, so I did go ahead and post with attribution and a link to your site, but would prefer your permission. If you would rather I not link to you as I did, please let me know and I will revise the post. Here's the link to my post:

    http://www.stylemadebyhand.com/2013/02/11/sewing-people-are-wonderful/

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  6. I love the print. I also like the loops you made for the closure on the neck. I alwasy have trouble with those.

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