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Posted on:10/18/13 3:00 PM


Go To Patterns: Anywhere Dress by Deepika  Go To Patterns: Anywhere Dress by Deepika  
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Dee2 said... (10/19/13 3:02 PM) Reply
Love it! Thanks for the tip about the neck being too small & the design change A-line skirt. She looks so happy!
KD in ATL said... (10/19/13 10:10 AM) Reply
Deepika, how much did you add to make it a-line? It is darling!
VivianZ said... (10/19/13 7:59 AM) Reply
Thanks for the review with changes. Very cute fabric and dress, and model, which goes without saying.
Baja Susana said... (10/19/13 5:21 AM) Reply
With an adorable model, how can you go wrong with a look? I too love polka dots. The dress is cute and looks pert.
Pj3g said... (10/18/13 9:35 PM) Reply
I like the A-line and the polka dots much better! You did good and she looks so cute!
KensingtonCrab said... (10/18/13 4:25 PM) Reply
What a cute dress and be so easy to dress in the morning! Your little one is adorable! Happy to see the pigtails again!
mnitts said... (10/18/13 4:05 PM) Reply
Both dress and daughter: just too cute! Love the changes you made to make this work for you.
EleanorSews said... (10/18/13 3:38 PM) Reply
OK. Both Dia and this dress are super cute! I do love the changes you made because an A-line is more little girl-like. Looks like I need to find a similar pattern for Emberly. She loves dresses and your use of fabric is a reminder that the cute comes from 2 sources: the little girl and the fabric.
 
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