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Posted on:10/15/05 2:33 AM
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Debbie Cook said...
Wow! I missed this review until now. (Looking at the date, it's because I was just about to move.) What an awesome sewing and mom job you did! The girls look GREAT, and of course they won because you know ... "when you look good, you feel good." :-)
8/12/06 8:38 AM
Gigi Louis said...
I had missed this review somehow. It caught my eye on the rotisserie just now. Wow! What a wonderful job you did. I used to make hockey uniforms for my son's team so I know just how much time and love you have put into this project. I hope they all took you out for a nice dinner.
3/2/06 2:37 PM
AnneM said...
Oh good grief! What an effort. They came out great.
11/2/05 4:16 AM
Laideebugz said...
Beautiful work!!! I hope you're awarded the MVP award at the end of the year. The uniforms looks GREAT!!
10/16/05 7:38 AM
Barbara at Cat Fur Studio said...
Whew! What a mammoth undertaking, and you're still smiling! The uniforms look excellent, and each fits their wearer so well. The team was so lucky to have the benefit of your talents.
10/16/05 6:23 AM
Linda E. said...
WOW great job .. What a wonderful thing to do.
10/15/05 12:13 PM
Mrs.Moos said...
Thank you for all the nice comments! I can't remember how long it took to complete all 80 sets since I made some and then a month or so later, more. Thankfully I had done production sewing before! My machines all lived through the uniforms but eventually it was too much for my 20 year old serger--it became critically ill this summer and I replaced it.
10/15/05 11:17 AM
touran said...
I am so impressed. They look fantastic. You're a great, great Mom.
10/15/05 10:50 AM
shard said...
*you* are superhuman. and the uniforms turned out great!! one q: did your machine/s survive?! :)
10/15/05 9:54 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
What a great Mom you are. I'm sure all the girls appreciated your hard work.
10/15/05 9:14 AM
Jayme said...
WOW! You are amazing and wonderful! I can only imagine the feeling of pride your daughter felt knowing her Mom was responsible for these uniforms! And to think this summer when I was approached to make bathing suits for the entire waterstaff at my daughters camp, and I said no! And that was only going to be 15 suits! Way to go, you should be proud!
10/15/05 9:03 AM
PhyllisC said...
You made 80 sets??? That's mind boggling - an amazing feat of one-woman production sewing! I agree that you deserve at trophy for such great looking uniforms - truly a labor of love.
10/15/05 8:39 AM
els said...
Congratulations, the girls look smashing in their new professional outfits. No wonder your son wants a new outfit for his baseball team too.
10/15/05 7:57 AM
Lori V said...
I am so very impressed. Your dd's team looks great. My dd#2 plays on a traveling softball team and your uniforms are incredible. Do you have any idea how long you worked on these?
10/15/05 7:47 AM
Nickle said...
Wow , what a professional job you did. They look wonderful. I bet your glad to be done with them tho.
10/15/05 6:30 AM
Hilary said...
WOW!! You win the Mom of the Year Award :D the uniforms look fantastic, you did a great job! I think I would have passed out if someone wanted me to sew 80 (Oh my) uniforms in various sizes! Very impressive!
10/15/05 6:29 AM
mamamaia said...
Looks really professional, what a great job you did.
10/15/05 3:34 AM
sherri2sew said...
Wow, YOU deserve a trophy for that effort! The uniforms look great, but what a major undertaking. Like I said, a trophy, at least.
10/15/05 3:31 AM
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