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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 1755 (Misses' & Miss Petite Dresses)

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Posted on:5/7/13 11:45 PM

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DeeMye said...
It looks really cute and the fit looks perfect.
5/7/13 11:59 PM
ChristmasHills said...
You look very cute in this flirty little dress. Bad luck with your fabric challenges but I agree with you, you should try it again, in something not only lighter but I would add without polyester, then you should be happier with the outcome.
5/8/13 0:59 AM
BeckiP said...
Thats a really good tip, I never like polyester, so I should learn my lesson! :)
5/8/13 1:34 AM
Dilliander said...
Another who thinks it looks lovely on you! The jacquard fabric in this style would have been very tricky yet you made it work. A natural fibre will be a breeze now you have the pattern and fit perfected... and that fabulous belt :)
5/8/13 1:53 AM
Jstarr4250 said...
I agree- its lovely on you. So interesting to see the range of pieces that have been made from this Gridlock fabric. Great job.
5/8/13 7:05 AM
Vintage Joan said...
5/8/13 10:06 AM
lakaribane said...
5/8/13 10:14 AM
wildberrymom said...
The dress is darling on you or perhaps you are darling in the dress! Bring on the natural fibers!
5/8/13 12:28 PM
BeckiP said...
Totally agree - natural fibres are so lovely to work with!
5/8/13 8:29 PM
Stephanie C. said...
So cute!
5/8/13 11:30 PM
Cristinagf said...
Very cute!
6/28/13 7:12 PM
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