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Pattern Reviews> Sense & Sensibility> 1912 Kimono Dress Pattern (1912 Kimono Dress Pattern)

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Reviewed by:Nikki S.
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Posted on:5/5/09 9:27 PM

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Tiner W said... (5/6/09 5:05 PM) Reply
MagpieJen said... (5/6/09 3:36 PM) Reply
Great costumes and review! I've sewn other S&S patterns before, but not this one. I notice the website says they should have online photo instructions up soon, like they do for many of her other patterns and I've found them quite useful. So hopefully that will help with this one in the future!
Sharon1952 said... (5/6/09 10:11 AM) Reply
Very appropriate looking costumes for the play! Well suited to the actresses. Thanks for the revised instructions.
Jali said... (5/6/09 9:58 AM) Reply
I love the fabrics you chose for the dresses. I thoroughly enjoyed your flickr set as well.
Kellie R. said... (5/6/09 9:53 AM) Reply
These turned out fabulous! Well done!
pterion said... (5/6/09 9:36 AM) Reply
These dresses are wonderful! All the costumes on your flickr set are so fun and well-fitted.
appleC said... (5/6/09 8:54 AM) Reply
I really enjoy looking at those photos. All the costumes are lovely, and the models CUTE!
morzel said... (5/6/09 2:57 AM) Reply
Well done on that dresses! Thanks for pointing out this pattern company.
Nikki S. said... (5/5/09 9:44 PM) Reply
All three were for theater; we are currently doing All's Well That Ends Well. Thank you!
Mary Reed said... (5/5/09 9:38 PM) Reply
Fabulous dress! Where were you going? Is this for theater or cosplay?
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