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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 4424 (Laura Ashley summer dresses)

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Reviewed by:Pippi Longstocking

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Posted on:3/9/11 1:34 PM
Last Updated:4/8/11 7:42 AM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 3 people   
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Pippi Longstocking said... (7/15/11 8:27 PM) Reply
Sorry Alison, just seeing this now (i've taken a little break from sewing the last few months!) Did you try reversing the buttons? I thought about it, but i think i wanted to leave the option of two button hole lengths to allow some room for fit so i left it as is on the pattern. I guess you would see the buttons more from the back too which wouldn't matter, but you can't sew the little bows over them quite as well that way either.
Alison Cummins said... (6/27/11 12:00 PM) Reply
Very nice! I'm about to make this one and I'm thinking about putting the buttons on the straps and the buttonholes in the bodice, instead of the other way around the way it says on the pattern. I'm thinking it would be more comfortable to wear. Any thoughts?
Aroura said... (4/8/11 3:03 PM) Reply
Love both versions, but the Snow White themed one is just adorable! Very creative. :)
newmama said... (3/9/11 8:02 PM) Reply
I think the fabrics are really cute! If you are worried about the bib being too plain, you could probably find a ladybug applique to iron on.
cleverkitty said... (3/9/11 4:59 PM) Reply
This looks so cute and you did such a nice job pairing the fabrics
fourkid said... (3/9/11 3:57 PM) Reply
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