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Pattern Reviews> Burda> 8134 (Kimono Dressing Gown)

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Posted on:10/31/06 3:36 PM
Last Updated:11/7/06 11:31 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 


Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Vintage Joan said... (6/4/09 11:26 AM) Reply
Beautiful! Very glamorous. :)
Athene said... (5/17/09 1:27 AM) Reply
Lovely - very dramatic.
ryansmumAria said... (11/27/06 11:53 PM) Reply
FAbulous!!!
MelissaB in WA said... (11/7/06 11:37 PM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous!!
ACB said... (11/7/06 6:58 PM) Reply
Ooh la la, that is absolutely beautiful.
mad4sewing said... (11/7/06 2:46 PM) Reply
That is a "day at the spa" robe!! Very vintage movie star looking for sure.
Rhoda K said... (11/7/06 2:24 PM) Reply
Love your robe! Wondered about the practicality, but I can appreciate the grand entrances and fun of it!! Great look.
maryfrana said... (11/7/06 12:22 PM) Reply
Oh, this is just fabulous. Now you need to have a party so you can sashay around in this, while the maid serves everyone.
AnneM said... (11/1/06 12:28 PM) Reply
Glad it worked for you. Lovely robe, and go ahead and make that coffee while wearing it! (Just hold the sleeves up temporarily.)
tlmck3 said... (11/1/06 2:41 AM) Reply
Your photo is every bit equal to the dramatic fabric and design. I'm so glad you are making grand "entrances" in it. I hope you do so even when you are home all alone. You should!
Ann Smith said... (11/1/06 1:16 AM) Reply
I love this kind of robe also. It looks lovely. I especially like your dramatic pose.
Tiner W said... (10/31/06 10:25 PM) Reply
I love it!
CarolynGM said... (10/31/06 9:08 PM) Reply
Very glamorous indeed.
meanjean said... (10/31/06 7:20 PM) Reply

meanjean said... (10/31/06 7:19 PM) Reply
Wow, I never would have picked that print for a robe, but what a fantastic outcome. Very chic! I was wondering what to get my sis for Christmas, and now you have me thinking she needs a robe!
Stephanie C. said... (10/31/06 6:53 PM) Reply
That is gorgeous! I love your fabric.
Vivienne said... (10/31/06 5:38 PM) Reply
Fabulous, Darling.
DJM said... (10/31/06 4:47 PM) Reply
The robe certainly looks dramatic; I'm sure those grand entrances are impressive! Sleeve designs are amazing ; as with many things that which is most artistic and dramatic is the least practical. I once read that elegance and comfort are on opposite ends of a continuum. Practicality and comfort must go together; drama and elegance are no doubt kindred. Thanks for the review.
CSM--Carla said... (10/31/06 4:43 PM) Reply
oooooooohhhhhhh, Varga100, thanks for reminding me about this pattern! I love the drama too! It is on now my wish list! Yours turned out great! Carla
 
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