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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 3424 (Toddlers Shirts, Pants, and Sh)

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Posted on:6/11/06 1:06 AM
Last Updated:12/31/08 5:08 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Heatherrique said... (6/19/08 12:09 PM) Reply
Such fantastic, fun, and practical coordinates! You convinced me to put this on my list!
thaiyal said... (1/9/07 7:32 AM) Reply
maybe you can squeeze in spaghetti tops out of the remn fabric. these two outfits look great...your daughter will love these.
jessika said... (6/17/06 9:43 PM) Reply
I really like the butterfly fabric, I'll have to find that one. It does not matter if the b-flies are upside down so much as the front. Let me tell you I did the same thing but they were dancing princesses and they no longer carry the fabric. I like how you made two different tops and very stylish. Maybe you can make a tank top out of the extra material.
Nata said... (6/12/06 1:01 PM) Reply
Very nice, I love the color combinations. I agree with your comment on sleeve hems. Small sizes are so narrow, very hard to hem traditional way.
KarenP said... (6/12/06 0:59 AM) Reply
Thanks for reviewing this pattern - this one is on my must-buy list! Very cute outfits!
wvsher said... (6/11/06 10:20 PM) Reply
Very cute set. Thanks for the review & recommendation!
Oopsy-Daisy! said... (6/11/06 9:05 PM) Reply
I loved Kwik Sew patterns when DD was younger. Reliable fit and stylish, too! Yours turned out great!
Elemenopeo said... (6/11/06 3:42 PM) Reply
Cute and WTG on using that stash!
Mary Stiefer said... (6/11/06 10:04 AM) Reply
Love the color combinations and the fact that you used the pants fabric as trim for the neckline of the shirt. This looks to be a great wardrobe builder for the little ones.
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