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Pattern Reviews> Other> dresses for Haiti (dresses for Haiti)

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Reviewed by:Sandi S
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Posted on:2/14/10 11:52 PM
Last Updated:4/1/10 1:24 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 21 people   
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mamaluv2sew said... (6/11/10 10:10 PM) Reply
Your karma will be so beautiful. Great Job in sharing your talents... Bless your heart!
Sarah Sew and Sew said... (4/5/10 8:32 PM) Reply
The girls will love them!
HolleyM said... (4/1/10 2:50 PM) Reply
I wish there were a local group near me ( twin cities" wanting to do this together. I have so much supplex and I could draft a super simple poncho pattern. How are they shipping the clothing to Haiti? Thanks so much for posting this information and inspiring us to sew to help the Haitians!Holley
kim*brown said... (4/1/10 9:14 AM) Reply
What a blessing you all will be!
Sheila457 said... (4/1/10 3:01 AM) Reply
You will be blessed a 100 times over for beautiful contributions.
katlew03 said... (3/31/10 9:38 PM) Reply
More cute dresses. I'm starting to remember Gracie's dresses from the same fabric. I know all of these dresses will be appreciated.
wineyjudy said... (3/28/10 11:45 AM) Reply
Great job and very unselfish! There should be lots of happy girls to receive these!
susiestitcher said... (3/27/10 9:19 PM) Reply
This is a great idea and a wonderful way to help others. Excellent use of your stash, too!
Rhonda in Montreal said... (3/27/10 8:18 PM) Reply
Goooo, Sandi!! What a fun & rewarding project, eh!! ;)
simplypaloma said... (3/27/10 8:12 PM) Reply
What a great project! I sent you a PM.
Trephas2003 said... (3/27/10 5:18 PM) Reply
They look cute!
CynthiaSue said... (2/20/10 0:08 AM) Reply
thank you sandi. this was so wonderful to see and read.
Rhoda K said... (2/19/10 4:35 PM) Reply
What a great project and a way to help those in need.
rozzybabe said... (2/16/10 5:03 PM) Reply
What a loving thing to do! Our church did a sew-a-thon, because two ladies were going to Ghana, & it was SO great to sew something a child would get so much joy from. Congrats!!
Margaret said... (2/16/10 12:06 PM) Reply
What a wonderful project! I've really been admiring how you use cotton prints! Very thoughtful :)
mmmckay said... (2/16/10 12:03 PM) Reply
I hope the little girl who gets the green dress is as happy wearing it as I am looking at it :)
Heidi Ho said... (2/15/10 10:41 PM) Reply
What a great idea and a nice way to use up stash.
katlew03 said... (2/15/10 8:40 PM) Reply
What a great way to use up stash and help others as well.
vivianna said... (2/15/10 8:28 PM) Reply
Sandy, You are truly awesome. What a wonderful idea for those kids. God bless.
Karendee said... (2/15/10 7:18 PM) Reply
These dresses are adorable and I so support your effort. This is a wonderful project!
kaitiaki said... (2/15/10 2:23 PM) Reply
What a brilliant idea. Great job!
Stitchcakes said... (2/15/10 11:04 AM) Reply
How wonderful!! Good on ya!
chacha45 said... (2/15/10 9:52 AM) Reply
I think we would all like to know how to get involved in this....
Red Curtain said... (2/15/10 9:41 AM) Reply
Aww. You're beautiful to do this! They are adorable and will make some girls very happy.
squirrellypoo said... (2/15/10 9:19 AM) Reply
I can't think of a better way to use up a stash! Your group should consider putting these up for distrubution somewhere like BurdaStyle so others could add to the effort, too!
annie11 said... (2/15/10 8:53 AM) Reply
I'm sure that any little girl would love to have one of these beautiful dresses. Great job!
mesewlot said... (2/15/10 8:43 AM) Reply
Truly a win,win situation. May God bless you for your efforts!
AnneMarie60 said... (2/15/10 8:33 AM) Reply
Great job, Sandi! Beautiful fabrics.
portercs said... (2/15/10 8:17 AM) Reply
These dresses will certainly be appreciated.
Lili123 said... (2/15/10 7:56 AM) Reply
very inspiring project, the dresses are very cute.
JEF said... (2/15/10 7:51 AM) Reply
They're very cute. Good job!
becca a said... (2/15/10 7:46 AM) Reply
What a nice thing to do, and what cute dresses! Definitely 4 hours well spent.
donna mel said... (2/15/10 6:56 AM) Reply
wow that's wonderful. what a thoughtful, useful gift for those children. : )
jilly cooper said... (2/15/10 2:49 AM) Reply
how generous of you:) the fabrics are great and look like a lot of care and love has gone into making them. I love your comment "that was 4 hours well spent".!!
FreyaStark said... (2/15/10 2:00 AM) Reply
What a great idea. Well done.
jannw said... (2/15/10 0:10 AM) Reply
what attractive dresses...pretty colors..such a wonderful project
camaro1952 said... (2/15/10 0:09 AM) Reply
Dynamo said... (2/15/10 0:06 AM) Reply
You're awesome!
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