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Posted on:9/16/10 10:31 PM

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pammieh said...
I love it - I am totally adding this to my stash - wonderful fabric!
11/4/10 9:55 PM
embaby said...
Thank you for all the encouraging comments!
9/22/10 8:33 PM
RadarRadiance said...
Love the dress and material you used! Great pattern for you, very pretty on.
9/18/10 10:32 AM
pammieh said...
I saw this on sew retro - this is a beautiful rendering - congratulations it is fab.
9/17/10 6:49 PM
nicegirl said...
Gorgeous! When I made this I also wanted to do a contrast midriff until I saw the side seam mismatch. But as yours is a border and not really a contrast it totally, totally works. Love it.
9/17/10 11:12 AM
Twinset said...
Really beautiful dress!! The print is gorgeous and so flattering on you! Love it.
9/17/10 10:42 AM
crisford said...
Your interpretation of this dress is amazing!
9/17/10 10:33 AM
crazygrad said...
Just stunning. I am speechless.
9/17/10 9:17 AM
Diane333 said...
Very beautiful and great design effect with the fabric pattern.
9/17/10 8:24 AM
lamstu said...
Wow, this is pretty. Okay, I like the border print and your use of it, so much. The fit is great on your lovely slim frame, and I always console myself by remembering that when this pattern first came out, ladies wore steel and bone corsets that artificially and uncomfortably reduced their waists (I remember mama's). I like this idea of naming my projects so I will start now, but it might take me awhile to be so eloquent as you. Finally, I propose that we all wear a lovely frock on Wednesday to celebrate the mid-autumn festival. Happy happy and thanks for your review PS: no one will notice the side panels if you dont' tell!
9/17/10 8:12 AM
Paris75008 said...
Very pretty and good use of the contrast fabric. I made the halter version but I'm not so happy with the way the bodice came out. I will probably fiddle around with it a bit more until I get it right. I think it's worth it as this is a lovely, classic pattern
9/17/10 7:36 AM
jennybaxt said...
This is really beautiful.
9/17/10 4:26 AM
VeryPrairie said...
Gorgeous, especially what you've done with the print. What a transformation, from retro to perfectly modern!
9/17/10 2:27 AM
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