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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 1824 (Vintage child's nightgown 1956)

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Reviewed by:Stacie.Make.Do

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Posted on:4/8/09 1:10 AM
Last Updated:5/2/09 4:40 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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Rhonda at Living Water said... (6/18/09 2:16 PM) Reply
Very charming and sweet!
Elemenopeo said... (5/2/09 10:11 PM) Reply
Very pretty.
Rhonda in Montreal said... (5/2/09 5:00 PM) Reply
Happy 1st Review!!
Oceanpeg said... (4/29/09 9:20 PM) Reply
It really came out great looking. Fantastic job.
BrianSews said... (4/29/09 9:07 AM) Reply
I really like this! I think I have that same sheet in my stash. I appreciate all the work that goes into unfamiliar techniques. Very nice.
Athene said... (4/18/09 5:55 PM) Reply
A very pretty nightie
Kellie R. said... (4/12/09 10:01 AM) Reply
What a beautiful nightgown! It sounds like it was a lot of work and it really was worth the effort!
solosmocker said... (4/8/09 11:41 PM) Reply
You did a wonderful job and your gown is lovely.
mendospot said... (4/8/09 6:56 PM) Reply
Super cute! I've GOT to get sewing my old patterns.
MagpieJen said... (4/8/09 1:26 PM) Reply
A charming, delightful nightgown and a lovely review - thank you for sharing this. I am envious of your sheet selvedge - I hate hemming! :-) Very nice work on the ruffling and the yoke and all the detailed finishing you did!
maryfrana said... (4/8/09 10:54 AM) Reply
This is just wonderful! Pretty, beautifully made and vintage. I hope you are proud of yourself. All that ruffling! A walking foot has saved me more than once.
karenadey said... (4/8/09 10:38 AM) Reply
The nightgown turned out very nice. By the way, I really like the lighting on the pictures.
Marie-Claude said... (4/8/09 10:23 AM) Reply
Congratulations on your first review and your first contest entry! You did a very nice job!
Hilary said... (4/8/09 8:27 AM) Reply
What a cute little nightgown! you did a great job on it, and good idea using the sheet for fabric :) I just made pajamas for my DD (5yrs old) and she doesn't want to take them off, lol.
nancy2001 said... (4/8/09 8:01 AM) Reply
Congratulations on your first review and first contest entry. The nightgown looks great. I'm sure the little birthday girl will be delighted.
craftygamma said... (4/8/09 7:52 AM) Reply
Very nice job! What a great idea to use a sheet. Yard for yard, it is cheaper than fabric and will stay soft & wrinkle free. I make nightwear for my grandkids, because the RTW versions have such stiff fabric.
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