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Astex
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Date: 7/29/04 9:59 AM

I figure we have bust size and clothing size, time to finish the picture.

I'm going for height without shoes on!

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Date: 7/29/04 10:19 AM

Oh, how funny.  :tounge:
I'm 5' 2", and always have to shorten things.

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Date: 7/29/04 10:36 AM

I'm also five two. Used to have another half inch, but I seem to have lost it, or maybe it migrated to my waist, where it grew to about ten inches.

So tell me, Bridget, is this a case of great minds think alike or are you doing the work for me here by posting the poll I lazily mentioned?

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Date: 7/29/04 10:44 AM

I'm 5'3". I wonder if we will see a grouping of people at the low end and the high end of the spectrum because RTW generally fits those in the middle? I honestly probably wouldn't have gotten so into sewing if I could find clothes that fit well RTW.

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Date: 7/29/04 10:46 AM

Fun polls. I won't be answering any "How much do you weigh" polls, though...anonymous or not! :eek:

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Date: 7/29/04 10:48 AM

I like this poll!  I'm just 5'4" so I got to click the 5'4" - 5'6" button.  I feel tall!  :)

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Date: 7/29/04 10:53 AM

Let's just say I had some spare time.  Besides, we have 2 of the three standard measurements, why not be complete in our data gathering?  

Bridget

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Date: 7/29/04 11:17 AM

I'm 5'6.5" - I want to pick 5'7-5'9, hmmm......if I wear shoes, I'm more than 5'7, so is that allowed?

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Date: 7/29/04 11:33 AM

I love these polls!  I'm 5'4".

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Date: 7/29/04 1:05 PM

I'm just shy of 5'8". I lengthen all patterns in the bodice. Pants lenght is usually okay in patterns and RTW.

Our pediatrician told me recently that 5'7" is 95th percentile for U.S. women, meaning 95% of us should respond below that choice. I found that hard to believe andf it doesn't seemt to be the case here. The Doc. was telling me because I had commented that i didn't know where DS  was getting his height.

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