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Posted on:4/13/12 5:10 PM
Last Updated:4/15/12 7:46 AM


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valkyrie01 said... (4/28/12 0:54 AM) Reply
What a delicious blue! What a delightful wrap!
Margaret said... (4/22/12 5:42 PM) Reply
Very pretty! I love how the shape seems to be based on a rectangle, but all those well-placed darts and tucks create a very refined fit!
StudioCherie said... (4/20/12 1:47 PM) Reply
beautiful wrap. I hope you wear it and enjoy it too!
monkemama said... (4/16/12 7:02 PM) Reply
The 1912 Titanic Project is sewing garments for La Mode Illustree (a French magazine). The Vintage Pattern Lending Library is reproducing patterns. I think there are over 400 volunteers 'round the world making garments. If you would like more information and/or would like to join, Please the following link. http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/22260/sew-vintage-with-the-1912-project
petro said... (4/15/12 1:32 PM) Reply
Lovely wrap!
zoe said... (4/14/12 9:26 PM) Reply
How lovely!
JEF said... (4/14/12 9:18 AM) Reply
Love your choice of turquoise color.
marjoriekh said... (4/13/12 6:56 PM) Reply
Lovely, lovely. What is the 1912 Titanic project? (I don't get out much. Not that I haven't heard a lot about the Titanic lately. :))
Judy Kski said... (4/13/12 6:19 PM) Reply
What a fancy looking wrap! I can just imagine a woman taking an evening stroll on the decks of the Titanic, wearing this wrap to stay warm on a breezy evening.
 
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