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Date: 2/17/12 6:55 PM

The new Simplicity patterns are up on the Simplicity website: New Simplicity Patterns

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Date: 2/17/12 11:12 PM

I like 1872 and 1874, not that I could wear either of them. I like the top in the Threads collection, no. 1884. The baby swaddling sacks are adorable.

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Date: 2/18/12 0:04 AM

This is a nice dress S1882

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Date: 2/18/12 9:04 AM

I like the jacket in 1883(the one with the shawl collar) and I like ladylike swing in the dress 1880.

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Date: 2/18/12 9:04 AM

I'm in love with this Cynthia Rowley dress S1872
And since it's probably a bit too frilly for me, I'll probably make it for my teenage daughter!
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Date: 2/18/12 11:45 AM

Thanks for posting. There are some cute styles, although many are quite ruffly...prom maybe???
There are a few that I would pick up. I do like the Project Runway ones.
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Date: 2/18/12 2:30 PM

Here's another vote for the s1882.

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Date: 2/18/12 4:18 PM

On the plus side it's a big collection, lots of variety, lots of stuff for teenagers, babies, kids. Not much for me - not that there's anything wrong with this set of patterns, they just don't work for my particular figure. Although, if you were making something for someone for prom, shouldn't you have started already? Seems awfully late to me.

I do like the Amazing Fit dress, and the little blouse with the ruffles with cup-sizes. I don't remember this It's So Easy twist-front top from the 'regular' patterns, does anyone else? It's interesting how the twist is tacked down at the neckline, could work really well.

I notice that they're selling printable from the web versions of several of these, but at the same price as the envelope version which seems weird. Might be nice for the international folks, though. Has anyone tried the printable ones straight from Simplicity?

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Date: 2/18/12 6:31 PM

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I notice that they're selling printable from the web versions of several of these, but at the same price as the envelope version which seems weird. Might be nice for the international folks, though.

I won't be ordering from the Simplicity site as to quote Simplicity "International Checkout assesses a handling fee of 20% on printable pattern orders, plus $.50. Due to the system for processing international orders, there may be a delay of 24-72 hours in the delivery of the email with link to pattern via PrintSew.com." It would be more beneficial for me to order the pattern from SewingPatterns.com or download via their website.NAYY

Also the It's So Easy twist-front top is the one I have my eye on too, I have a thing for twist tops.

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Date: 2/19/12 1:30 PM

LOVE the Amazing Fit 1882 dress. Definitely a retro feel to it, I am absolutely IN LOVE.

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