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Posted on:11/3/06 4:46 PM
Last Updated:11/3/06 4:51 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 2 people   
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bunz said...
Well, I think you're channeling Princess Leia!!Cool:-)
11/3/06 6:01 PM
Dale C said...
For a last minute get up, it all looks great! I liked your LOTR costume too.
11/3/06 9:36 PM
JFTA said...
what a creative and efffective use of materials
11/4/06 0:32 AM
Tini said...
Annika, you REALLY look like a star treck character but more like De'Anna Troys mum... Cool headdress
11/4/06 2:14 PM
MarilynB said...
Love your new look. I think you are on to a new trend.
11/4/06 3:16 PM
PhyllisC said...
Annika - I owe you a debt of gratitude, I never knew the name of these until now. When I'd see them in period paintings I thought they were the wearers *hair* intead of a headress. Thank you for enlightening me!
11/4/06 4:31 PM
CarolynGM said...
Thanks for the history lesson included with your pattern review.
11/4/06 6:46 PM
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