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Reviewed by:Amy Elizabeth

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Posted on:9/17/08 2:13 PM
Last Updated:9/19/08 3:55 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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Amy Elizabeth said...
Thank you so much for your flattering comments!! I added some a picture of the sisters together on this review, and closeups of the trim and back details on the other :)
9/19/08 8:07 PM
Luckylibbet said...
So pretty! Your friend looks just like I imagined Emma to be.
9/18/08 12:20 PM
CurlyCrafter said...
What a lovely, lovely gown! Wonderful job!
9/18/08 11:38 AM
LuceLu said...
I really like this version, both gowns you made are very pretty.
9/18/08 7:59 AM
Nancy Anne said...
Just beautiful! Superb fabric choice!
9/18/08 7:56 AM
merteuil said...
Absolutely lovely gown! I love your design changes!
9/18/08 5:16 AM
Sew4Fun said...
Lovely dress!
9/18/08 5:06 AM
Meggie LuLu said...
What a BEAUTIFUL dress!!! I just LOVE it!!! I LOVE your photos!!!
9/17/08 11:15 PM
Karendee said...
9/17/08 7:11 PM
JuliaS said...
Oh, I just love this dress! I have this pattern and keep looking for an excuse to make myself a Regency gown.
9/17/08 4:44 PM
nicegirl said...
Pretty! I love the movie Emma for the costumes and have always been tempted to make a Regency gown.
9/17/08 4:28 PM
MamaSewing said...
Beautiful! What a nice thing for you to do for friends! You did a terrific job!
9/17/08 2:42 PM
rozzybabe said...
Wonderful job, with great ideas for a different look while keeping the design of that era authentic! I'm also going to make a similar gown for a friend, but using the pattern from the Sense & Sensibilty site. Thanks for some super ideas.
9/17/08 2:20 PM
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