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Pattern Reviews> Twinkle Sews> Twinkle Sews (Age of Innocence)

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Reviewed by:Nai78

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Posted on:11/27/10 0:53 AM
Last Updated:11/27/10 1:43 AM

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squirrellypoo said... (11/28/10 5:44 AM) Reply
Thanks for the review! I've got this book but have heard so many problems with the patterns that I haven't tried any yet...
Batik said... (11/27/10 1:13 PM) Reply
LOL to the literary references! I suspect some of the edgy designs in that book are for size 0 only. It's why you can put a pillow case on a young girl and she looks cute, but if there are actual womanly curves forgetaboutit.
crazygrad said... (11/27/10 9:41 AM) Reply
This sounds like a very confusing garment. Your skirt by the same company is gorgeous, but this one sounds kinda nightmarish. Like why is called the age of innocence?? What does it have to do with Edith Wharton?
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