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Posted on:6/27/07 3:13 PM
Last Updated:6/28/07 0:58 AM
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SewTwin said... (7/11/07 11:18 PM) Reply
You ought to enter this in the American Quilting Society contest for Wearable Art.It is tooo cool!!.....The Quilt Festival is in Houston, TX the 1st weekend in Nov!
SarahWeb said... (7/1/07 1:12 PM) Reply
Very nice job. My daughter has viewed your photos. She is a big fan of Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters as well. You did an amazing job and created a beautiful one-of-a-kind dress!
edupraz said... (6/29/07 3:30 PM) Reply
Your dress is SO CUTE! Great job - I love how you put the colors together for the quilting!
twistedangel said... (6/29/07 12:53 PM) Reply
What stamina! Congratulations!
OP Gal said... (6/29/07 9:19 AM) Reply
What a cute dress! Congratulations on a great knock-off.
Mufffet said... (6/29/07 8:10 AM) Reply
What a lovely dress, and so groovy! :) Excellent work. Never quilted before?! WOW.
megp47 said... (6/28/07 8:02 PM) Reply
Very cute! I'd love to make something like this.
colormefun said... (6/28/07 6:21 PM) Reply
it's inspirational!! i'm going to go thru my stash and see if any of these 1/2 yards lying around could go with eachother to make something like this!
sweet_t said... (6/28/07 5:37 PM) Reply
I cut a complete lining. I tried to make the structure exactly like the original.
KaraKai said... (6/28/07 5:29 PM) Reply
Very very cute!! Great knockoff :)
greenmommie said... (6/28/07 2:51 PM) Reply
Wow, thatis an amazing re-creation of the original. Just stunning!
cindy-lou said... (6/28/07 12:14 PM) Reply
Very, very nice dress!
hildy said... (6/28/07 11:15 AM) Reply
What a great job you did. I always think about doing embroidery on stuff I've made and then give up, thinking that I may not like the garment enough and then did all the work. Bravo to you for taking all the time to piece all those squares together!!
MissCelie said... (6/28/07 10:16 AM) Reply
Wow. Would love to know more about how you accomplished this if you don't mind sharing.
nicegirl said... (6/28/07 9:59 AM) Reply
That came out gorgeous! What patience it must have taken.
Mary Stiefer said... (6/28/07 9:56 AM) Reply
Beautifully done.
Betsybobbin said... (6/28/07 9:21 AM) Reply
A work of art!
TrixieD said... (6/28/07 9:05 AM) Reply
Amazing work!
Judy Wentz said... (6/28/07 8:03 AM) Reply
You did a beautiful job.
sweet_t said... (6/28/07 1:00 AM) Reply
I cut a complete lining. I tried to make the structure exactly like the original.
Cowtown Karen said... (6/27/07 4:31 PM) Reply
You did a great job! It's beautiful!
HeatherPA said... (6/27/07 3:49 PM) Reply
Wow! This is beautiful and wonderfully done!
Cecile Owens said... (6/27/07 3:26 PM) Reply
P.S. I love Anthropoligie's catalogs. Although the styles are not for my age-group (senior), I love the patterns of fabric and color. I wish more fabrics were available like they use.
Cecile Owens said... (6/27/07 3:23 PM) Reply
A beautiful conception, coming from a thoughtful placement of fabric and color. Outstanding. Did you line each quilting piece or did you cut a complete lining for the dress? Really lovely to view and probably to wear, too. Thanks.
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