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Posted on:8/4/09 2:02 AM


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Infinity12 said...
I have a serious issue. The S is way too tight around the armpits and the M is just too big. How can I adjust the bodice to be sized in-between S and M? I'm using it as a DRESS, not a nightgown. It MUST fit properly.(For Halloween costume).
8/3/10 7:56 PM
quixoticpixels said...
I think you're right about lowering the waist seam. That flannel-backed satin sounds wonderful!
8/5/09 12:33 PM
minasmom said...
I made this for myself and my mother. I agree about where the empire waist seam is positioned...can be annoying. I would lower it if I made it again as it's a very comfortable gown. I made the longer version eliminating that huge ruffle and just lengthening it. I did the same for my mothers' and after receiving it in the mail, she had the same comments. I used flannel-backed satin...warm and cozy on the inside and easy tossing and turning. I'll pull it back out when the weather chills.
8/5/09 11:52 AM
whirrclunk said...
Looks lovely and so comfortable!
8/4/09 3:58 PM
quixoticpixels said...
Thank you :)
8/4/09 12:09 PM
KathyBKnits said...
Looks so cute and comfy!
8/4/09 11:50 AM
Gelbean said...
Very cute and looks oh so comfortable!
8/4/09 6:28 AM
poplin said...
Cute!
8/4/09 2:04 AM
 
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