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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 4503 (ruffled top and skirt)

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Posted on:7/11/05 0:03 AM
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onehipgrammy said... (7/14/05 9:47 PM) Reply
I cant get over how cute that little outfit is! You have a beautiful little model too!
love vintage sewing said... (7/14/05 5:53 PM) Reply
Your pictures are so cuite how would I be able to make this for my little girls?
onehipgrammy said... (7/12/05 5:02 PM) Reply
How cute!!!
Sew4Fun said... (7/11/05 10:34 PM) Reply
What a great combination of fabrics! Gorgeous!
Tailypo said... (7/11/05 5:04 PM) Reply
Beautiful. Keep posting reviews! And more details, please!
JDpenelope said... (7/11/05 10:24 AM) Reply
Very special! It's funny how more of us are sewing black--with color added--for the little ones. The pants sound cute, too.
Modiste Madness said... (7/11/05 9:10 AM) Reply
What a stylish outfit!
Leslie in Austin said... (7/11/05 9:09 AM) Reply
Love it!!!
casken said... (7/11/05 8:42 AM) Reply
Excellent fabric combination. This outfit is absolutely beautiful!!
Hilary said... (7/11/05 8:15 AM) Reply
WOW-what a great combination of fabrics! I agree with noreend- it looks like it came from a very expensive childrens' boutique! I just picked up this pattern. I have a feeling my version won't be as exciting, but I am inspired to try! Thanks for the review!
melgosews said... (7/11/05 8:13 AM) Reply
You're good, very good
bunz said... (7/11/05 7:35 AM) Reply
where or where did you find that ribbon-embroidered fabric? Or did you (gulp) do it yourself!!!
BeckyW said... (7/11/05 7:15 AM) Reply
Very cute! I love all your fabric choices.
Lori V said... (7/11/05 6:27 AM) Reply
The outfit is gorgeous. Your fabrics and color combinations are terrific.
noreend said... (7/11/05 5:17 AM) Reply
double post
noreend said... (7/11/05 5:16 AM) Reply
That outfit is great. Looks like it is from a high end boutique. Keep it up!
sandra elizabeth said... (7/11/05 3:40 AM) Reply
This is just stunning! Even the photo looks like it was taken for a glossy kids fashion mag. Did you change the straps, because they look different to the ones on the pattern? I like yours better, but how did you do it?
hongkongshopper said... (7/11/05 3:28 AM) Reply
That is just gorgeous. You obviously have a very good eye for colour etc. Welcome aboard
Medeiros said... (7/11/05 0:16 AM) Reply
This is GORGEOUS. Much cuter and more fashionable than the pattern illustration. Good job!
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