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Posted on:11/27/08 10:56 AM
Last Updated:2/13/10 9:05 PM
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angie.a said... (2/14/10 11:12 AM) Reply
Beautiful!! I loved this pattern when my girl was small too. :)
TalyQ said... (2/14/10 10:42 AM) Reply
That is precious. I have a 2 year old, she would look great in something like that!
Elemenopeo said... (2/14/10 10:17 AM) Reply
How cute!
portercs said... (2/14/10 10:05 AM) Reply
Love it and great job!
ErinMichelle said... (2/14/10 1:36 AM) Reply
That is darling! My mom made me smocked dresses very similar to this in the early/mid-80s. I hope to get them from her if I ever have a daughter. It certainly is a classic look.
renren said... (2/14/10 1:32 AM) Reply
Yes, we are talking about 2008--how did I miss that because the Christmas dress shows her to be very much still a baby whereas the new one shows how much she has grown!!! My oversight--sorry! (Still glad I got to see both dresses!!!)
jannw said... (2/14/10 0:33 AM) Reply
such a traditional dress and so adorable..I do like the contrast in the two fun to see her grow...
Sandi S said... (2/14/10 0:24 AM) Reply
@Renren - the original was done 15 months ago...look how much tinier baby girl is in the pics!
renren said... (2/14/10 0:13 AM) Reply
I obviously missed this one in November, so I'm glad you piggybacked the review so I get to enjoy both dresses! Adorable!
Sandi S said... (2/13/10 10:35 PM) Reply
@sosoatsewing - it's not too hard depending on how complicated the project. This one is a great beginner project.
sosoatsewing said... (2/13/10 9:38 PM) Reply
How sweet! Your DD is precious. I've always envied those who are able to do smocking. Is it hard?
sewtime said... (11/27/08 2:10 PM) Reply
So, so cute!!
j222b said... (11/27/08 1:22 PM) Reply
Nice work! Love the smocking! and the fact that it is a SMALL smocked area. The candy cane pipe really makes it pop, too.
Heatherrique said... (11/27/08 12:31 PM) Reply
Absolutely so preciously beautiful!
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