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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 04-2001-112 (Trench Dress)

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Reviewed by:Kay Y
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Posted on:6/30/08 10:13 AM
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Peacock Chic said... (7/5/08 0:07 AM) Reply
WOW THAT IS LOOKS SO WONDERFUL AND PROFESSIONAL. lOVE IT
blue mooney said... (7/4/08 7:57 AM) Reply
Be-you-ti-ful! Thanks for all the tips. I think you made a good decision to leave out most of the pleats; it makes your dress look sleeker. Gee, wonder if I have this issue?
ALY said... (7/2/08 8:05 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress! I pulled this BWOF issue out for the very same dress during my summer wardrobe planning.
nicegirl said... (7/2/08 5:37 PM) Reply
Why, oh why, do I not have this issue of BWOF? That is a knockout dress. I love it!
MagpieJen said... (7/2/08 12:49 PM) Reply
I *adore* this! Beautiful, smart, feminine, sharp, flattering - this dress has it all. Thank you for the wonderful review too!
Dei said... (7/1/08 10:05 PM) Reply
We're getting awfully close to couture here. Love the drape and the collar.
Nancy K said... (7/1/08 7:15 AM) Reply
Gorgeous! Beautifully detailed dress and beautifully executed! This dress is so stylish and flattering on you. It just shows you that nothing is really 'new' in fashion.
LuceLu said... (7/1/08 6:22 AM) Reply
Thanks! Great review and classy dress! That dress would have really cost you had you purchased it in the boutique.
Danvillegirl said... (7/1/08 5:13 AM) Reply
Great looking trench dress. Another beautiful project.
nancy2001 said... (6/30/08 11:05 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress.
Mahler said... (6/30/08 10:45 PM) Reply
Kay, your collar falls like a charm. I am impressed, again, by your skills. This dress is, without a doubt ,much more beautiful then any you would buy in a store. Never would they sew with such precision. This is a fabulous dress. The picture you have as thumbnail is well chosen, it makes us want to click and see more. Thank you for this wonderful review.
KarmenG said... (6/30/08 8:55 PM) Reply
That is one smashing dress! Very lovely. Interesting about the center front curling, and your fix sure solved that. Thanks for the great review and idea with what to do with all this linen in my stash! That style is timeless.
leanmeansewingmachine said... (6/30/08 8:46 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress!
CarolynGM said... (6/30/08 6:26 PM) Reply
Great detailing and construction on your coat dress. It's a great classic look that will never go out of style.
nellc said... (6/30/08 6:11 PM) Reply
Lovely dress, looks so very stylish with the trench coat design details.
Seaspur said... (6/30/08 4:25 PM) Reply
Wow, gorgeous dress!
Beek said... (6/30/08 3:42 PM) Reply
I love reading your reviews, Kay. You are certainly an expert seamstress and your choice of patterns are always intriguing.
Fran G said... (6/30/08 2:04 PM) Reply
Very nice dress and thanks for the tip on solving the curling problem.
patrica said... (6/30/08 12:52 PM) Reply
BEAUTIFUL DRESS, WHAT AN EXCELLENT SEAMSTRESS YOU ARE.
Heatherrique said... (6/30/08 12:28 PM) Reply
Sharp and chic, Kay!
Peggy L said... (6/30/08 12:15 PM) Reply
Kay - this turned out beautifully. Great review.
Re Becca said... (6/30/08 12:10 PM) Reply
Wow, how forward of them to issue this back in 2001. I must have this!
Ann Smith said... (6/30/08 12:10 PM) Reply
Wonderful dress and so flattering on you. Great fit and construction.
Tiner W said... (6/30/08 12:02 PM) Reply
This is a wonderful dress--so classic! It's very flattering on you.
stitcheroo said... (6/30/08 11:16 AM) Reply
This is a gorgeous, gorgeous dress.
jkaori said... (6/30/08 11:14 AM) Reply
What an amazing dress --- the style is so flattering and classic. Your sewing looks beautiful as well. Congratulations!
MissCelie said... (6/30/08 10:52 AM) Reply
Gorgeous Kay. I've had the same experience in finding *just* the right pattern in Burda. Lovely!
Sigrid. said... (6/30/08 10:48 AM) Reply
You and I really have the same taste! What a beautiful dress. Unfortunately I don't have BWOF from that year. Otherwise I would sew it too. Perhaps you can sew a Jalie tee for instant gratification? (If you like making a tee).
Dee2 said... (6/30/08 10:44 AM) Reply
Wonderful dress--really a classic. I like the design changes you made & your sewing is really beautiful.
cabinbaby said... (6/30/08 10:32 AM) Reply
Wow! That is so classy looking. Thanks for all the details and tips.
 
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