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Posted on:10/30/09 3:10 PM
Last Updated:10/30/09 3:15 PM
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ClaireF in CA said... (11/5/09 6:58 PM) Reply
Your dress is lovely! Black matte jersey is not an easy fabric to sew, and despite the pattern problems, your dress turned out great!
marec said... (11/1/09 10:17 AM) Reply
Great dress!!
unfinishedprojects said... (11/1/09 1:11 AM) Reply
I have this pattern in my stash... now you've made me want to dig it out and whip it up asap!
Sandi S said... (11/1/09 0:28 AM) Reply
This turned out fantastic!
Athene said... (10/31/09 11:25 PM) Reply
Lovely style and so versatile - I may have to put this pattern on my wish list.
fourkid said... (10/31/09 9:02 AM) Reply
Lovely dress - Thanks for that tip on leaving the center front flat and moving the gathers to the side - it looks great like that.
renren said... (10/30/09 7:57 PM) Reply
Oh, I love it!!! I have this pattern, too, but I'm not quite ready to sew it. What fun things you have done with this basic LBD. Quite versatile.
Flying Seamstress said... (10/30/09 5:47 PM) Reply
A great LBD, so versatile! I'm sure you'll wear this often.
JTink said... (10/30/09 4:25 PM) Reply
I've made many "tops" from this pattern. Only one dress. I love it. I might have to make a little black dress now that I've seen yours. When it talks of pressing the seams toward the midriff, you press the top(bodice)seam down towards the midriff and the bottom(skirt)seam up towards the midriff. I like your idea of opening them for less bulk. Very nice LBD.
MaryDB said... (10/30/09 3:23 PM) Reply
The dress looks great, nice work. The photos look good, too.
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