Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Ottobre 5/2010 #1

I finished another Ottobre t-shirt, it is the same pattern as this top just the sleeves are different.  I added 2" to the sleeves and this was the perfect length.  Fabric is from Needle Nook and it is an ITY knit.

Here is my top

The fabric is gorgeous!

14 comments:

  1. Really cute! I need to trace that pattern!

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  2. I have never looked at an Ottobre magazine before but I do love your top. The fabric is great and the pattern seem to make a really nice and versatile top.

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  3. It's perfect, Lori. I love the fabric.

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  4. The fabric is gorgeous and so is the top! Nice job.

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  5. Great top! I too like the fabric. :-)

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  6. I have this magazine, but haven't traced anything out yet. You make me want to get moving! I really like the pattern on your fabric, interesting without being garish or too much. (Which is usually the direction I go! lol)

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  7. And so is the top! Very pretty colors and I love the zigzag pattern.

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  8. That's very pretty. I'm going to have to check Needlenook fabrics. You've found some really nice knits there. Good job!

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  9. Love it! I just subscribed to Ottobre recently and am eagerly waiting for this issue to arrive! You have inspired me!

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  10. Great top - I think the this yoked style makes it more interesting, and dressier, than a regular t-shirt and I love the colour and print of your fabric.

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  11. What a pretty color - wish I could touch the fabric!

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  12. Fantastic fabric choice for this top...it makes it something special! Is that the same top that's in the magazine photo above it? I would have never guessed! LOVE it!

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  13. I keep saying I want to get this magazine; glad you posted the top you made. I like it and I agrr your fabric is lovely.

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  14. Great top! It looks like you've been quite the busy with the scrapbooking, room makeover and sewing! It all looks wonderful!

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