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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 2779 (Misses' Sleepwear)

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Reviewed by:Debbie Cook

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Posted on:1/18/06 7:57 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Cambric Tea said... (2/1/06 11:43 PM) Reply
This is only a test, authorized by the reviewer. It does not need more info.
potter said... (1/28/06 1:47 AM) Reply
Debbie, These are so adorable. Can you tell me a bit more about the pattern you used for the top? Thanks much!
SouthernStitch said... (1/19/06 11:42 AM) Reply
Thanks for reviewing this for the large size. Yes, your lettucing is perfect and adds the perfect touch. This fabric is just so cute! My sister loves all things French, so your enabling paid off! She'll get new jammies for her bday for sure now!
Mbarkle said... (1/19/06 6:21 AM) Reply
Debbie, I used the shorts from this pattern just this week. Fast and easy one seams -- a great way to use up scraps.
SewVeryTall said... (1/19/06 2:51 AM) Reply
Cute, cozy, comfy, cuddly...and your lettuce edge looks wonderful.
Sew4Fun said... (1/19/06 0:26 AM) Reply
I got the hint :) and I'd be happy to share my perfect lettuce edge tips with everyone. Just give me a day or two or three. :)
sewfan said... (1/18/06 7:34 PM) Reply
Very cute "jammies". Love the fabric. Makes me want to make myself some new ones. Pam
BjP said... (1/18/06 5:39 PM) Reply
Way cute! Awesome fabric and seeing as how I need a quick sewing fix, perhaps I should make these, too! This is a very nice set of pj's!
Lori V said... (1/18/06 11:47 AM) Reply
Very cute, Debbie. Now quit tempting with fabric!!
Suzanne R said... (1/18/06 10:26 AM) Reply
Very Cute!!!! I also need hte lettuce-edge always eludes me...
PVA said... (1/18/06 10:18 AM) Reply
Nice job, I'll have to have that lettuce-edge tip. Your PJ's are telling me I need some new one's -- all in good time, I guess!
Frogstitcher said... (1/18/06 9:36 AM) Reply
So very cute! I love the whole pj outfit and the fabric is perfect for this project.
Lori Sews said... (1/18/06 8:43 AM) Reply
Very nice. Love the lettuce edge, and the fabric.
sylvia988 said... (1/18/06 8:39 AM) Reply
Wow! it is beutiful, you did a wonderful job, I love the lettuce edge technique you used!
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