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Pattern Reviews> Japanese Pattern Books> Drape Drape Vol. 1 (#16 Drape Drape Dress)

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Posted on:9/18/11 11:31 PM

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Bonnie123 said...
Very good job, Meg. I love both the drape and the fabric choice. Seems to have been a lot of work. It turned out great.
11/9/11 12:06 PM
Levone said...
Great looking tunic! The plaid really sets it apart.
10/30/11 11:22 AM
Ann Smith said...
Wonderful interpretation of this design. Makes me want to run to the store for plaid flannel.
9/24/11 4:35 PM
Erin D said...
This is really creative in a flannel fabric!
9/19/11 11:33 PM
NJcowgirl said...
So cute. I admire your patience and skill approaching a pattern in another language. You are very talented!
9/19/11 9:59 PM
karen n said...
I would wear that all the time! Fabulous and comfy looking too!
9/19/11 3:35 PM
Patti B said...
This is so very clever. I love it in the flannel.
9/19/11 9:23 AM
Twinset said...
Super tunic! Love it!!
9/19/11 7:23 AM
Rebecca Szetela said...
This is beautiful! It looks to me like your sewing skills are more *advanced* than intermediate!
9/19/11 7:18 AM
a life in stitches said...
That is so effective, I really like your creative approach. Is the back fairly plain like the example in the book? Hope you do something exciting based on the tunic next!
9/19/11 5:23 AM
Knitters Delight said...
Very nice.
9/18/11 11:36 PM
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