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Sassy Pintuck version

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pintuck version

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Sassy Librarian Blouse taught by Christine Haynes

Demure, but alluring. Sophisticated, yet sweet and easy to make! Christine Haynes shows you how to take one top in eight pretty directions.

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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Retro / Vintage, Classic
Lynne O on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton lawn.

Lynne O on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? The pintucks, I have never done them before but thanks to Christine's fantastic tuition they were so easy to sew.

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:):)it fit you perfectly!! well done!!

11/02/2012 Flag

Thank you!

11/02/2012 Flag

Definitely an A+ on the tucks and the fabric choice. You look adorable in your blouse. Thank you for posting. I am recovering from surgery and my blouse project is on hold. It keeps up my enthusiasm to see lovely projects such as yours.

11/02/2012 Flag

Oh, thank you very much! I hope you are feeling much better today and make a speedy recovery! It will be something to look forward to when you start sewing again. You will be able to plan all the great things you are going to make! Take care, Lynne x

11/03/2012 Flag

Lynne this is a perfect color and fit for you. Whats next?

11/05/2012 Flag

Thank you Scheri! I am making another pair of Clover pants and a third Sassy Librarian blouse with pintucks and a collar, how about you?

11/06/2012 Flag

I love the fabric, beautiful job. It looks so nice on you.

11/08/2012 Flag

Thank you very much. This old fashioned print goes well with the pattern.

11/08/2012 Flag

Lynne, your blouse looks so pretty on you. Great job on the fabric choice, construction and fit!

11/24/2012 Flag

Thank you very much! At the moment I am making a black one with pintucks and a collar and then I am going to make some more clothes from knit fabrics for the Winter.

11/24/2012 Flag