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Posted on:1/9/09 11:28 PM
Last Updated:2/27/09 7:13 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 3 people   
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Rosie who use to be Rose said... (2/28/09 9:26 AM) Reply
This book doesn't owe you a thing does it. I used it, I guess 15 years ago for my dd, so I guess that makes it a classic. I agree with you about the drop waist dress looking dowdy. I think it may look that way because my dd an yours are thin, and it might look better if it was fitted a little closer. Good job. The pjs are especially cute.
renren said... (2/27/09 10:43 PM) Reply
I, too, give these PJs two thumbs up! DD looks especially adorable!
Heatherrique said... (1/10/09 11:38 AM) Reply
Ahhhh! She's so adorable! Very stylish looking looking pj's! Isn't is so gratifying that our young ones appreciate what we make for them? I especially adore the part when your daughter wore it for awhile (comfy too I bet) before she slept in it!
sewtime said... (1/10/09 11:23 AM) Reply
So darling!!! Very cute!
Ody said... (1/10/09 0:32 AM) Reply
The PJs turned out wonderful and your dd is adorable in them. I would give it a thumbs up as well. BTW, I put labels in all of mine even if it is only a piece of bias tape so you can tell the front from the back. That is enough to drive me crazy, let alone a poor kid! So, I think that is a fabulous idea that everyone that sews for kids ought to adopt in their sewing routine. Great review! Thanks.
 
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