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Posted on:3/31/08 10:51 PM
Last Updated:3/31/08 11:27 PM

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cindy-lou said...
Ohhhhhhhh, I want that dress!!! Just beautiful. Great review as well.
3/31/08 11:03 PM
cindy-lou said...
Ohhhhhhhh, I want that dress!!! Just beautiful. Great review as well.
3/31/08 11:03 PM
SandraB said...
Wow. this is so beautiful. I have got to make this dress.
3/31/08 11:15 PM
lilyofthevalley said...
Pretty, pretty dress and what a fabulous use of home dec fabric. This dress is indeed fresh and lovely, Lily
3/31/08 11:25 PM
Em's Summer said...
This dress is so summery! Just a really cute dress!
3/31/08 11:50 PM
Athene said...
Fabulous summer dresss.
4/1/08 3:56 AM
anetJay said... is lovely !!!
4/1/08 6:20 AM
Marji said...
That is so pretty in that fabric. What a nice fresh spring dress. Re the drag lines - since you took deeper darts for your back, it's not fitting the dress form well. Are the drag lines there when YOU wear it? That's what's important. If they are, then there is an alteration you can do next time before cutting your pattern, but don't worry about drag lines on the form.
4/1/08 9:08 AM
cindyann said...
That is so pretty! Great fabric choice for that dress.
4/1/08 10:06 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
great looking summer dress
4/1/08 10:15 AM
crisford said...
This is just gorgeous! And it looks so much better than the model photo. Nice job!
4/1/08 11:48 AM
MissCelie said...
hehe. standing room only. pretty pretty!
4/1/08 11:48 AM
EveS said...
I really liked this dress in the mag, but I really, REALLY like your version!! Very pretty!
4/1/08 8:20 PM
jhansby said...
I saw this pattern and really liked it. Glad to hear you had success with it. Not sure what you mean by drag lines, but since you don't have much hem allowance, a faced hem would be the way to go.
4/1/08 10:43 PM
Peggy L said...
That is such a cute summer dress!!
4/2/08 10:13 AM
Marilyn Johnson said...
I love the dress and the fabric you selected. Great description of what you did and why.
4/2/08 5:07 PM
SewingQueenKym said...
Great choice of fabrics. You've inspired me to find some summer flowery fabric to make this in. Maybe without the pocket flaps! Gorgeous. And look in books to find out how to alter patterns for a sway back - it's easy. I have to do it for my daughter. It involves taking up the pattern (before cutting) on a horizontal direction, then adding it back to the hem. Anyway, great dress.
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