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Simplicity 2364



          I love this top and how easy it comes together, even for me! I  used left over fabric from another top to make this Simplicity top...Seriously, I made this an afternoon, to wear for my husbands birthday...When, he saw the top he said, "That's nice"...But when he saw it on me, he said" Now, that's sexy"....Love it lol! It's not too much to say about this pattern besides it's simple, it calls for a little under two yards of fabric so that is a winner anytime..Great way to use up those scraps that you been holding on to....... Here's my version of Simplicity 2364 View C..... And I haven't stopped the process of making my first jacket, blazer but I ran into some issues with fit and technique...I know that I am  a beginner, but I don't want to let that be my crutch in justifying ill fitting or poor quality clothing... So, to help with that I ordered two DVDs that I will be reviewing shortly.....That's all I have for now Divas! As always be blessed and nothin' less!

 

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  1. Super cute Lady! I love it and you're working it (wink)!

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  2. That is a great top!! I have this pattern in my stash, and will definitely be digging it out for Spring/Summer. Great job on the top, and the outfit!

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  3. Don't u look cute. I like it

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  4. This is a really cute top! I don't look at top patterns as much as I should - I usually go straight to the dresses. However, whenever I see a cute one like this - I must reconsider! Nice job!

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  5. Toy thanks Diva @GodsgirlT thank you so much!

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  6. you look great in your new top!

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  7. Thanks Shari! I loved the new coat you made beautiful work!

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  8. Gorgeous on you! Love the contrast!

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  9. Thanks DeniseAngela thanks for the warm words!

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  10. The blog is very good!
    Congratulations!
    http://nelsonsouzza.blogspot.com

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  11. Do you have a video of how you did this? I'm having trouble putting this one together and would love to see how it was done.

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  12. @Christine I don't have video of me sewing this shirt...But if you have a specific question maybe I can help..I am newbie...But if you post your question at PatternReview there are tons of ladies and gents who can help....Best wishes

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