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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 6069 (Misses' Dresses and Sash)

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Posted on:10/20/11 2:21 AM
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RadarRadiance said...
Looks great on you. Glad the back worked out, that is a great option for this dress.
10/20/11 7:42 AM
Sharon Smith said...
Tip for getting front facing to stay inside: If you have any scraps of your fabric left, you could cut out a square of it big enough to cover a coin or metal washer (to serve as a weight). Lay the coin and fabric over the center of the upper edge of the facing (which you want to go down inside the dress) and sew it on like an applique. It will pull the facing down and keep it there. Hope that makes sense to you. Cute dress. The print is really great for the style.
10/20/11 1:48 PM
21wale said...
Very pretty dress. I love the fabric, too.
10/20/11 7:55 PM
mary in FL said...
Very nice! I agree to the idea of using the square neck for the back.
10/20/11 9:00 PM
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