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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 3673 (1950's Retro)

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Reviewed by:SewingQueenKym
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Posted on:7/27/08 4:32 AM
Last Updated:7/27/08 4:33 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 9 people   
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shazam410 said... (1/20/14 7:37 PM) Reply
Very lovely variations. I feel inspired! Great job!!
sewtime said... (10/9/08 9:18 PM) Reply
Wow! very cute.
amy in mpls said... (7/30/08 12:41 PM) Reply
I love your detailing! The jumpers look so great, cant wait to see what else you will post!
cindyann said... (7/28/08 11:12 AM) Reply
Wow, great dresses and all so unique!
Stitchcakes said... (7/28/08 11:07 AM) Reply
Really cute jumpers!
SewingQueenKym said... (7/27/08 6:47 PM) Reply
Thanks for the kind comments. I love the "extras." Isn't that one reason why we sew? Nancywin, I realize the review was of the first one. I tried to post a shorter review, just as an "add-on" and it kept asking for more words. So, I cut and pasted. Sorry for the duplicate. Kym
Nancywin said... (7/27/08 3:20 PM) Reply
These all look beautiful. I have this pattern, but have not made it yet. Now I am inspired. BTW, your photo is of the plaid jumper, but the review is of the silk and cotton version. They all are great!
Heatherrique said... (7/27/08 11:11 AM) Reply
I adore all of you versions, Kym! They all are uniquely stunning! Thanks for sharing your fun blog! Beautiful and charming model!
Mary Stiefer said... (7/27/08 11:03 AM) Reply
Wow - I have to say that your finishing touches makes these dresses fabulous. Great attention to details and embellishments. Love them.
Frogstitcher said... (7/27/08 10:52 AM) Reply
Very lovely dresses; each version unique and inspiring.
papago said... (7/27/08 10:51 AM) Reply
Beautiful work! I love all your variations. My favorite: The top one in silk plaid and white bottom weight on your beautiful daughter. It is so lovely and very imaginative! Thanks for sharing. Laura
BarbVA said... (7/27/08 9:15 AM) Reply
Loved all the variations you made. Very inspiring.
Nancy Rhodes said... (7/27/08 8:53 AM) Reply
I found the purple velvet trimmed version absolutely top-shelf. Lucky daughter! I especially like it because your use of 'scraps' saved well into the future for possible use later gives me satisfaction ... I keep all my left over pieces knowing they just might be useful at some time in the future. The belt tab treatment is just plain inspiring, thanks for sharing the details and the compare & contrast photo essay in this review.
Tiner W said... (7/27/08 8:44 AM) Reply
I like your variations on this great pattern!
Kristine Kay said... (7/27/08 8:42 AM) Reply
Wow, such different results each time! Very nice work! BTW, we share the same town, neighbor!
BillieJean said... (7/27/08 6:36 AM) Reply
So cute!! And how lucky for your daughters that you have such imagination. All the combinations just look fabulous.
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