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Posted on:1/26/13 5:20 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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KiwiGreen said... (2/24/13 1:23 PM) Reply
You did a wonderful job on this dress - nice modifications. It looks gorgeous on you!
caper81 said... (2/6/13 6:18 PM) Reply
Great dress! I like your idea of making a bigger casing for the waistband. I feel inspired to make another version of this dress! :)
cocosloft said... (1/28/13 5:56 PM) Reply
Thank you all so very much :-)
Jstarr4250 said... (1/28/13 7:25 AM) Reply

Jstarr4250 said... (1/28/13 7:24 AM) Reply
Speaking as one who did not take to the maxi dress trend, may I say that your dress is beautiful. What great vision you had to turn this pattern into such a lovely and flattering dress. It elongates your figure so.
krazyknit said... (1/27/13 9:31 PM) Reply
Very pretty! I've wondered about converting a street length dress to a maxi dress and never tried. I'm glad to see how you did it.
Pj3g said... (1/27/13 5:19 PM) Reply
I love it and it looks great on you! Looks comfy to wear too!
NJcowgirl said... (1/27/13 10:49 AM) Reply
Much prettier than the pattern envelope. I love the animal print and the length. You look great in it.
carolynw said... (1/27/13 10:49 AM) Reply
Beautiful - hard to believe this pattern turned out such a lovely dress!
FreyaStark said... (1/27/13 3:11 AM) Reply
Fabulous! Your version looks much more distinctive than the pattern envelope version.
renren said... (1/26/13 8:53 PM) Reply
You look as cool as a cucumber in this wonderful maxi length dress. Now if you can pull that off in July/August, you've definitely got a winner of a dress! Oh--thanks for showing how you handled the facing at the curved neck edge and the 5/8 inch turn under on the straight way. Also, I really liked reading about the thought process concerning the elastic width and casing. (I pay attention to these things--I really do! And I bet other people do, too.)
bjird said... (1/26/13 8:08 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress, and you also have a beautiful patio!
PattyE said... (1/26/13 7:18 PM) Reply
Love your dress!
julie w said... (1/26/13 6:25 PM) Reply
Great dress, I love the maxi length and the print. Looks lik a really comfy dress to wear.
prostheticsgirl said... (1/26/13 5:41 PM) Reply
I think both of yours are much better than the pattern envelope!
 
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