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Pattern Reviews> Sew Beautiful Magazine> # 121 Rosebud Day gown (Rosebud Day Gown)

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Posted on:1/7/09 5:47 PM
Last Updated:4/5/09 4:01 PM


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kathleencramer said...
Absolutly beautiful! what a treasure for the lucky little ones! I hope your brothers and thier wives appreciate a family heirloom. You did a fabulous job on the hand embroidery. It looks fantastic. I'm really impressed. And yeah for you for using what was in your closet! Great work!!
1/7/09 11:03 PM
Modiste Madness said...
Beautiful!
1/8/09 8:46 AM
fourkid said...
This is beautiful!!!! I actually have that issue of the magazine (first time I ever saw it) and wondered if others ever made these up. I will hang on to that issue and try some of these (maybe in the sewing for children contest later this year!)
1/8/09 8:52 AM
chrisquilts_2 said...
wow! That is really lovely and will be a treasure
1/8/09 9:16 AM
Diane333 said...
I love it. What detail.
1/8/09 10:10 AM
Peggy said...
This is such a beautiful dress. Great work!
4/5/09 4:05 PM
solosmocker said...
Are those ribbons following the lines that would be for shaped lace? Very Pretty.
4/5/09 4:07 PM
Christas said...
Very pretty heirloom!
4/5/09 4:12 PM
Spring said...
Thanks Everyone! I have not remade this yet. I ended up giving this one away to a friend as a gift.
4/5/09 8:27 PM
rose4524 said...
sweet and pretty dress - this is an heirloom in itself!
4/6/09 10:15 PM
shirl999 said...
If you make this again use a batiste instead of a broadcloth. You'll find it much easier to work with than broadcloth.
5/30/09 8:13 PM
 
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