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Posted on:2/2/07 8:23 AM
Last Updated:2/2/07 8:25 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 8 people   
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Amy VG said...
gorgeous fabric choices!
6/12/07 11:18 PM
jnamcd said...
Wonderful! You always pick the cutest fabric combos!
2/5/07 9:24 PM
LiZ said...
A very stylish outfit for you DD.
2/4/07 2:37 PM
slanden99 said...
Adorable outfit
2/3/07 10:21 PM
j222b said...
I love all of your detailed embellishments. Good ideas! Outfit is as cute or cuter than I have seen in any boutique for children. My, you are into so many things--I feel like a slacker for sure. Many of the best designers were/are physicians--you may find a second career here!
2/3/07 11:29 AM
ColleenS said...
Lovely outift for your DD. Fabrics coordinate really well.
2/3/07 10:36 AM
Elemenopeo said...
I love how you coordinated the top and pants with trim. She looks sweet in them!
2/2/07 5:13 PM
Heatherrique said...
Wow! Rachel looks spectacular in your creation! She's grown quite a bit since the last photo of her! What a cutie!
2/2/07 3:31 PM
daff said...
ADORABLE! I have this pattern and am thinking of making it up. Thanks for the inspiring review!
2/2/07 2:29 PM
jessika said...
Great job. They are very cute and your dd too. Fabric colors go great together.
2/2/07 2:26 PM
Linda G said...
It is so cote. Maybe you do not clip your flounce to the staystitching enough. If you clip every inch and a half it will straighten out so it is just like sewing a straight seam. I find it is very important to make sure your clips are equidistant fact I even measure every inch and a half...the "ripple" of the flounce looks better if you keep the clips very equal in distance.
2/2/07 1:42 PM
SexiSadi said...
Very cute outfit!
2/2/07 11:18 AM
kim*brown said...
Perfectly adorable!
2/2/07 10:23 AM
mon-petite said...
very cute, both the outfit and your little one.
2/2/07 9:18 AM
Lori V said...
I agree with your, cute, cute, cute.
2/2/07 8:33 AM
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