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Thanks for the eye candy. I love the floral fabric of that tunic. All of the other tops do have interesting design elements. I look forward to seeing your designs.
Thanks, Tomasa. I'm almost finished with my button down tunic, but it's made of a paisley print. There is something about all of the images that I posted that I'd like to copy in some way. We will see. Thank you again.
That first top is the Vogue top with two extra flounces and cut open on the side! Love that!!
Hey Carol, You are correct. I'm planning to make that one too. Don't know when, but it is on my list.
Wow, this is a fantastic collection of inspiration! I think my favorite is the peplum with the neck ruffles. The open sleeve with all those ties is really cool too. I'm looking forward to seeing how you incorporate some of these elements into your tops!
Thank you, Elizabeth. I have a vogue pattern similar to the first blouse. I don't think I'll do the tie thing. That detail is too busy for me. :-)
Thanks for the inspiration. It looks like ruffled sleeves are the in-thing. Looking forward to seeing how you'll work some of these into your makes.
Thanks, my dear. Garments in the works. I just need to find time to get them done.
Very nice inspiration pieces! My fav is the black & white stripe (with the black bottom).
Thanks, Myra. That's one of my favorites too.
Nice! It will be fun to see how you work the different elements into your pieces.
Thank you, Chris. Stay tuned. More to come.
These are some very pretty and doable ideas.
Thank you, Irene. I thought so too.
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