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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 8621 (out of print) (Misses' Dress in Two Lengths)

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Posted on:8/9/06 3:25 AM
Last Updated:8/10/06 2:09 AM


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mClones said... (8/30/06 8:44 AM) Reply
Fabulous.
wvsher said... (8/10/06 12:16 PM) Reply
Your favorite dress looks lovely on you. Welcome to PR, and thanks for the review!
LBJ said... (8/10/06 11:08 AM) Reply
Great dress, great great photograph!
Danvillegirl said... (8/10/06 6:41 AM) Reply
Cute dresses. You have gotten great mileage from this pattern.
Lhan said... (8/10/06 4:38 AM) Reply
Fabulous! Very 50s. I love to hear about peole's favourite 11 year old clothes - I've got one or two myself. Thanks.
Rhoda K said... (8/9/06 10:06 AM) Reply
Great looking dress and looks comfy. A nice change from the usual summer fare.
Tiner W said... (8/9/06 9:36 AM) Reply
It's adorable--and I'd also love to see more of your dresses!
Stacy Sews said... (8/9/06 9:18 AM) Reply
Very cute. I love the photo - it gives it an even more of a retro feel!
BeckyC said... (8/9/06 9:17 AM) Reply
Not only is your dress cute, it looks fun to wear. Thanks for all the great ideas on mixing and matching patterns. I'd love to see pictures of the other dresses you've made.
Mary Stiefer said... (8/9/06 9:02 AM) Reply
Love the black and white retro-type picture as well as the fact that this is a really cute dress.
OP Gal said... (8/9/06 8:23 AM) Reply
How clever. It's made me think about what patterns I could combine, too.
Tailypo said... (8/9/06 5:55 AM) Reply
Very cute, and aren't you brave and clever for mixing and matching the best elements from your favorite patterns. Very inspiring!
hongkongshopper said... (8/9/06 4:34 AM) Reply
Yes, thanks for the reminder to that we are "allowed" to mix and match pattern parts. I have a wrap top that I think could be made into a dress...just need to find the right bottom.
 
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