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Sewhappy
Posted 2011-04-22 9:06 PM (#74857 - in reply to #74852)
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Me too,
but knowing everything would make me lose interest


Edited by Sewhappy 2011-04-22 9:10 PM
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StMike
Posted 2011-04-24 4:57 AM (#74888 - in reply to #69637)
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Here is one picture of the Blouse on the Wearer.  I put more in my album.



(AKPYBlouse6.JPG)



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Jeanie B
Posted 2011-04-24 8:33 AM (#74892 - in reply to #69637)
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Lovely blouse on a an even more lovely Wearer.
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ChristineBrown
Posted 2011-04-24 8:43 AM (#74893 - in reply to #74888)
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Great work, Mike. Great to have a sewist in the circle of friends and family!
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Susan in Miami
Posted 2011-04-24 9:33 AM (#74895 - in reply to #74888)
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Hi Mike,

Seeing the blouse on the intended wearer tells the whole story - it is really beautiful and you did a fantastic job of patternwork and sewing.

Susan

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margie2
Posted 2011-04-24 10:11 AM (#74897 - in reply to #74888)
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Your blouse on "your" model fits better and looks better than the blouse on the model from the picture you showed us. Great work, Mike!
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StMike
Posted 2011-04-24 10:44 AM (#74898 - in reply to #74897)
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margie2 - 2011-04-24 9:11 AMYour blouse on "your" model fits better and looks better than the blouse on the model from the picture you showed us. Great work, Mike!
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Thank you (and everyone else on here) for the positive comments.  My "model" is more curvaceous than the commercial model, and thanks to PMB5, the fit was perfect.  I liked the view from the back but you have to go to the album to see that.  As an aside, I will never work with poly shantung again.
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Sewhappy
Posted 2011-04-24 1:19 PM (#74902 - in reply to #74888)
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The blouse looks very pretty on her, it fits very well.
I want one.

Also thinking if you do make it again in a natural fibre, it would be even more fantastic.


Edited by Sewhappy 2011-04-24 1:20 PM
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StMike
Posted 2011-04-24 2:30 PM (#74906 - in reply to #74902)
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Sewhappy - 2011-04-24 12:19 PMThe blouse looks very pretty on her, it fits very well.
I want one.

Also thinking if you do make it again in a natural fibre, it would be even more fantastic.


Thank you much.  I would like to make it again out of rayon or silk.  Even a high quality polished cotton.  It will be awhile, though, because I have a couple other projects on the burner and I have yet to try something with PMK.
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suecbrown
Posted 2011-11-14 4:46 PM (#78928 - in reply to #69637)
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Hi MIke,
I must also echo what a beautiful job you did on the shirt. Every style ook I have ever read says you need a classic white shirt in your wardrobe as a basic, and I have never had one, ever. I just have never found a fitted one that fits over the bust. I have made a couple from commercial patterns and have not been happy with them- they don't sit right in the back of the neck. So one of my goals is to make a fabulous shirt with PMB. I have had a number of sewing classes with Ron Collins who is a fabulous shirtmaker. But seeing your shirt Mike, I can tell that we have expertise here too
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StMike
Posted 2011-11-14 5:27 PM (#78931 - in reply to #78928)
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suecbrown - 2011-11-14 3:46 PMHi MIke,
I must also echo what a beautiful job you did on the shirt. Every style ook I have ever read says you need a classic white shirt in your wardrobe as a basic, and I have never had one, ever. I just have never found a fitted one that fits over the bust. I have made a couple from commercial patterns and have not been happy with them- they don't sit right in the back of the neck. So one of my goals is to make a fabulous shirt with PMB. I have had a number of sewing classes with Ron Collins who is a fabulous shirtmaker. But seeing your shirt Mike, I can tell that we have expertise here too


Thank you for the nice comments.  Shirts are tricky for me.  I am still having a few problems with the ones I make for myself especially around the neck and the collar.  But I keep on trying!
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