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Re: THIS I have to make
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Stitchboard Admin message #16
Re: THIS I have to make
December 18, 2009 at 11:38:56 AM
 
Charlene,

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It just popped into my head that it would make a really interesting skirt as well.


Now, that is absolutely ingenious!  You're so right...it would be perfect...no need for armholes...and something interesting (but not too interesting) for the waistband as a finishing touch.


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wizdmzchyld message #17
Re: THIS I have to make
December 18, 2009 at 6:34:08 PM
 
http://www.loriversaci.com/website/Home.html

Lori Versaci has a web site that everyone can visit.  Take a look she has some beautiful designs there.

Charlene


 
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Re: THIS I have to make
December 18, 2009 at 7:29:42 PM
 
Charlene,

Thank you for linking to this incredible designer's site!  OMG...is that Latticework Jacket more drooling material, or what?!  I love it from every angle - found it in the Gallery and haven't stopped salivating since.  Wink


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wizdmzchyld message #19
Re: THIS I have to make
December 18, 2009 at 8:07:22 PM
 
She's very talented.  We reap the benefit of that.

Charlene

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Charlene,

Thank you for linking to this incredible designer's site!  OMG...is that Latticework Jacket more drooling material, or what?!  I love it from every angle - found it in the Gallery and haven't stopped salivating since.  Wink



 
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Stitchboard Admin message #20
Re: THIS I have to make
December 18, 2009 at 8:57:32 PM
 
Charlene,

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She's very talented.  We reap the benefit of that.


We sure do!  Smiley

You know, something else I noticed...she's not afraid to use color.  I love that!  It makes a design more appealing to me, to see it in an especially bold, eye-catching color.  That's something else I love about the Latticework Jacket.  In a color like beige, it would be pretty, but the pink really makes it stand out!


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wizdmzchyld message #21
Re: THIS I have to make
December 18, 2009 at 9:34:51 PM
 
Good point.  The pattern could stand alone even in white, but vivid colors enhance it.

Charlene

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Charlene,

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She's very talented.  We reap the benefit of that.


We sure do!  Smiley

You know, something else I noticed...she's not afraid to use color.  I love that!  It makes a design more appealing to me, to see it in an especially bold, eye-catching color.  That's something else I love about the Latticework Jacket.  In a color like beige, it would be pretty, but the pink really makes it stand out!



 
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August 7, 2022 at 8:32:48 AM  (in response to beadmaster message #1)
 
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isacruz message #23
Re: THIS I have to make
August 7, 2022 at 8:34:35 AM  (in response to beadmaster message #1)
 
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It would take some thought and planning, but I don't see why that wouldn't work also.  I think for myself, I would do the back and the front, but your idea is excellent.Charlene
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Ooops!  When I said "other side", I meant the other side of the front. In other words, the left front.  I think it's the right front that's curved, isn't it?Marilyn
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I wondered how it would turn out if you were to leave off the last increase on the curved piece so it wouldn't be quite so wide, and then make another piece just like it for the other side.  Something I may ponder sometime.



 
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Re: THIS I have to make
August 7, 2022 at 9:44:02 PM  (in response to isacruz message #8)
 
Isacruz,
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