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TOP 5 of 2015 |Patterns|

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Este ano, foi para mim, rico em testes e pattern tours, por isso tive a oportunidade de conhecer novos designers, com moldes que achei excelentes, outros nem tanto. Hoje, reuni, depois de muito debater comigo mesma, os que foram para mim, os melhores moldes que usei em 2015. 

For me, this was a rich year on pattern tours and tests, and that way, I got to know a lot of new designers, with patterns that I thought to be excellent, others not so much. Today, after debating a lot with myself, I've put together the ones I thought to be the very best I used in 2015. 

M is for Motto Joggers (Hatchlings Patterns) - Pattern Tour
a minha critica aqui
my review here

Timmy Top (Momma Quail Patterns) - Teste/Test
a minha critica aqui
my review here

Morocco pants & shorts (Petit a Petit Patterns) - Teste/Test
a minha critica aqui & aqui
my review here & here

Spencer Slacks (Momma Quail Patterns) - Teste/Test
Ainda não publiquei no blog, mas mostrei neste episódio do Podcast
I haven't posted it yet on the blog, but I showed it on this Podcast episode

Phresh Blazer (Winter Wear Designs) - Teste & Tour/Test & Tour
a minha critica aqui, aqui, aqui & aqui
my review here, here, here & here


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    1. pena a lista ser só de 5, caso contrário muitas mais seriam... lol


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