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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 200965-1006 (Jungle January dress)

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Reviewed by:tigergirl

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Posted on:1/15/13 6:48 AM
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caper81 said... (1/16/13 5:25 PM) Reply
haha :) I plan to make a dress similar to yours. I think I can figure it out. I got a kick out of your review :)
RLL said... (1/16/13 3:34 PM) Reply
Well THAT really draws the attention. What a fabulous dress!
norie creates said... (1/16/13 1:48 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress! Thanks for the tips too!
SewWil said... (1/16/13 0:52 AM) Reply
Gorgeous dress! Great use of your fabric.
PattyE said... (1/15/13 7:39 PM) Reply
Great job placing the fabric...fabulous dress!
margy.64 said... (1/15/13 7:26 PM) Reply
Just love your fabric and using the black fabric has made the print even more dramatic. Perfect style to showcase your fabric too. Great work.
tigergirl said... (1/15/13 3:52 PM) Reply
@caper81 - glad you got some tips ......... what were they? (Ignore the rules and cut off grain, use a straight stitch on a knit fabric and lions are smokers? ;) )
tigergirl said... (1/15/13 3:48 PM) Reply
@mollyshark - I probably would have put it back again if I hadn't had more panels as a back up for the collossal failure that it could have been. I'm really curious to see your fabric now.
tigergirl said... (1/15/13 3:46 PM) Reply
Thanks! I'm glad I finally get to wear it instead of just look at it and that the whole winging it thing worked out which is not always the case but knits can be forgiving when it comes to that. Worth the $3 a metre I paid.
Huntwoman said... (1/15/13 3:24 PM) Reply
Love it! Such a fun dress.
velosewer said... (1/15/13 2:48 PM) Reply
This is a beautiful piece of work. It's all balanced nicely and the print is purrfect.
bigalsgal said... (1/15/13 2:05 PM) Reply
SavageCoco said... (1/15/13 11:00 AM) Reply
Nan Kay said... (1/15/13 9:48 AM) Reply
Great look, you did a marvelous job coming up with a style that worked with your panels. Very creative!
caper81 said... (1/15/13 9:40 AM) Reply
Looks great! Love the cut of this dress and how you used the black on top and a print below. I have definitely picked up some tips :)
Quickie said... (1/15/13 8:09 AM) Reply
Wonderful cretivity
jenleeC said... (1/15/13 7:44 AM) Reply
Wonderful use of your wild fabric!
mollyshark said... (1/15/13 7:22 AM) Reply
This is magnificent. I have a similar piece of fabric I've brought out and put back for the same reason. Will have to stare at it again. GREAT job!
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