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Posted on:3/16/06 12:26 PM

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Sweeta said... (3/17/06 7:59 PM) Reply
Thank you ladies, you are all so kind!
Lhan said... (3/17/06 5:35 PM) Reply
I think it's great that you used your skills and your imagination to do your project - it gives a kick that is better than even a very successful following of a pattern - or at least different! Making little girl's dresses is such fun - you can indulge all that stuff you wouldn't dream of wearing yourself, and even if they are 4 going on 40 (I can just see her!) you still get to see them wearing them. Go for it!
MelissaB in WA said... (3/17/06 9:52 AM) Reply
That is such a sweet dress! I made a similar version just last week for a friend's daughter out of a white tee with ballerina fabric on the skirt ~ they loved it! Defininitely a winner of a idea!
sewin'suz said... (3/17/06 9:29 AM) Reply
How cute! I like how you made an empire waist from the t-shirt. I've made drop waist dresses for DD but haven't thought to cut off the shirt like you did. Thanks for some inspiration!
pamici said... (3/17/06 9:21 AM) Reply
Love it! How cute and creative!
BSYMPLS said... (3/17/06 4:13 AM) Reply
Fun idea and cute dress. Thanks for sharing.
carolynw said... (3/16/06 3:34 PM) Reply
Enchanting!! Thanks for sharing with us - those of us sewing for children -in my case grand kids - quite often strike out on our own so seeing your self drafted creation is good.
Oopsy-Daisy! said... (3/16/06 1:48 PM) Reply
Too cute! Love your St. Pat's fabric assortments.
Stacy Sews said... (3/16/06 1:16 PM) Reply
That is so cute! Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!
Mary Stiefer said... (3/16/06 12:55 PM) Reply
Beautiful and I'm sure she will love it.
Nickle said... (3/16/06 12:39 PM) Reply
What an adorable dress and great idea making it out of the RTW top. I bet all the other little girls will be envious.
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