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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 1876 (Misses' & Miss Petite Dresses)

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Posted on:6/29/12 1:02 AM


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Opals Passions said... (7/4/12 9:40 PM) Reply
Very pretty!
couturemom said... (7/2/12 11:25 AM) Reply
I'm glad someone finally had the courage to make the peplum version of this. Although I'd like to see it on a real person! How did you finish the edges on the petals?
GoodbyeValntino said... (6/30/12 9:16 AM) Reply
It's definitely cute! Good job.
VintageTempest said... (6/30/12 2:02 AM) Reply
Thank you! I made the hat from a book called The Hat Shop. It is the cover model. The book is fun, but the majority of the patterns need to be enlarged 200%. For 25 bucks I expect full sized patterns. ;-)
slmstyle said... (6/29/12 1:59 PM) Reply
Nice dress, it looks great, and I love the little hat as well. Did you make that from a pattern too? I wish I had a mannequin like this to display outfits, so fun!
RadarRadiance said... (6/29/12 10:03 AM) Reply
This is really a cute pattern, it turned out darling....
nicegirl said... (6/29/12 9:52 AM) Reply
Love this! The petals are so smooth--those curves are not easy to get right.
 
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