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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 6123 (Misses' Top, Tunics and Dresse)

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Posted on:6/20/10 6:21 PM
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Kayseri said... (6/22/10 3:18 AM) Reply
I love your fabric choices, they add up to a stylish dress. Unlike McCalls - I originally loathed this pattern.
21wale said... (6/21/10 11:14 AM) Reply
What a great dress! The neckline and hem band are nice features.
MNBarb said... (6/21/10 7:41 AM) Reply
Hey Jane, I posted this dress on the same day. It called to me because of the unique neckline. You're right, there is a lot of fabric for a small-chested woman, especially if you're using quilters' cotton and it doesn't drape. I like your version using more subdued colors. I need to learn that lesson to avoid looking like I'm ready to attend a child's tea party. Good fabric choices. Good fit.
Tailypo said... (6/21/10 1:52 AM) Reply
This looks darling. I considered the pattern envelope to be something too twee for a fortysomething woman but yours has changed my mind. Nicely done!
Ericaeli said... (6/20/10 8:24 PM) Reply
That is a pretty dress. I love the neckline, and I really like how you combined the fabrics.
 
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