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Reviewed by:Doris W. in TN
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About Doris W. in TNstar
TN United States
Member since: 2/9/04
Reviews: 35 (patterns: 21)
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Posted on:8/12/09 7:16 PM
Last Updated:8/13/09 6:06 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 12 people   
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nancy2001 said... (8/15/09 8:07 AM) Reply
Doris, the suit is stunning on you. In fact, you look more like a bride than a mother of the groom.
Puppy said... (8/14/09 1:39 AM) Reply
Gosh, why would you ever need to shop when you can produce something like that yourself? That is just knock-your-socks-off beautiful in every way.
MaryBeth said... (8/13/09 4:11 PM) Reply
Gorgeous work, Doris, as usual. Is so nice to see you and you look quite stunning as a MOG. Thanks for the info about the crystals, I've never tried it. And Big Congratulations due on your Blue Ribbon!!!
Raye Ann said... (8/13/09 1:03 PM) Reply
wow- this fit of this ensemble is perfection, right down to your flattering skirt length. way to go! thanks for the tips on crystal placement. I will keep that in mind if i ever do a larger scale "hot fix" design.
Mahogany Stylist said... (8/13/09 12:19 PM) Reply
OMG! You look outstanding. I just had to take a look at your photo album. Every jacket is beautiful and unique. Great workmanship.
Rhoda K said... (8/13/09 11:58 AM) Reply
Just beautiful and love all your jackets. Thank you too for your detailed review on adding the crystals. They really make the dress special. I didn't realize you could buy matllasse by the yard, altho I've never looked. It sure does make an attractive jacket. I have a bedspread . . . . . . . ;-)
RLL said... (8/13/09 11:25 AM) Reply
Beautiful MOG suit. The crystals were the perfect touch and the application was intriguing.
Babe B said... (8/13/09 11:06 AM) Reply
Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous - 1 for how you look in your creation, 2 for your creation itself, and 3 for your review!!!
meli88a said... (8/13/09 10:23 AM) Reply
This is truly TNT -- looks fab on you!
Miss Fairchild said... (8/13/09 9:24 AM) Reply
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! The design is simple, but very, very elegant. The tip on the crystals was very noteworthy and I'll keep this review bookmarked. Isn't it great to have a TNT pattern? I love my Burda TNT pants pattern from their 1993 catalog.
Lisa Laree said... (8/13/09 7:53 AM) Reply
Wow, Doris, with basics that fit that well I see why you don't feel a need to try other patterns! I enjoyed looking at all the photos of the variations on your jacket...lovely work. Thanks so much for sharing a bit of inspiration!
Fran S said... (8/13/09 7:48 AM) Reply
This is absolutely beautiful! It looks perfect on you.
Nancy K said... (8/13/09 7:34 AM) Reply
Fantastic suit and congratulations! You look wonderful in this and the fit and construction is terrific. I appreciate description of your method on applying hot fix crystals.
kerrynw said... (8/13/09 0:48 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket. I love using those TNT patterns from older BWOF as well.
Kbenco said... (8/12/09 7:39 PM) Reply
Your work is impeccable, and the fit is so good, I can see why this is a TNT and you don't need other patterns. I love the crystals.
 
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