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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 5042 (centennial,18th&19th century)

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Posted on:10/1/06 1:08 AM
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AnneM said... (10/4/06 4:12 PM) Reply
Great outfit. Cute on the Marie Antoinette details.
ACB said... (10/2/06 8:41 AM) Reply
Wow, I am speechless, it's stunning.
Monica G said... (10/2/06 8:00 AM) Reply
All I can say is "wow". The detail in your costume is incredible. What a lucky, lucky DD. (I like her creative additions too)
Stacy Sews said... (10/1/06 9:12 PM) Reply
Wow, this is a great costume! I love the beauty mark too.
SEWWHAPPYMOM said... (10/1/06 1:57 PM) Reply
sorry-double post
SEWWHAPPYMOM said... (10/1/06 1:55 PM) Reply
OOOOh MY, That is a beautiful costume.I wish my mother or grandmother would have sewn costumes like this for me, what lucky"belles of the ball" I can't wait to see your supergirl costume.If you have more work like this I would love to see it!!!!! I don't think time is an issue, I am interested in seeing what "can be done".
renaanne said... (10/1/06 1:44 PM) Reply
Oh my goodness, that's hysterical!!! Love the costume.
Jennifer shaw said... (10/1/06 1:14 PM) Reply
Such a gorgeous costume!! Iwould love to see how you made the panniers-that is something that I would want to make for myself!!
Mary Stiefer said... (10/1/06 12:29 PM) Reply
What a beautiful costume. So much detail work and I'm sure it was appreciated by your DD and whoever else gets the opportunity to wear this lovely creation.
jamierhea said... (10/1/06 12:18 PM) Reply
Wow! I really love this costume, you did an amazing job!
Sewshable1 said... (10/1/06 12:07 PM) Reply
Irina-Thanks I have DGD to wear this I hope-she's not very girly-but she's only 4yrs-You can see her modeling the 7 versions of an ottobre dress that I submitted for the One Pattern contest-thanks everyone for your nice comments-Mary
dreamdesigner said... (10/1/06 11:53 AM) Reply
Wow! What a labor of love! It's fun to collaborate like that!
mastdenman said... (10/1/06 8:01 AM) Reply
It's absolutely stunning.
CarolynGM said... (10/1/06 6:59 AM) Reply
Holy cow. That is one incredible costume. I hope you have some DGDs who can or will be able to wear it. This dress should be passed down through the generations!
jessika said... (10/1/06 2:22 AM) Reply
Wow, you do an amazing job. I love it. Very cute. I love the red paint.
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