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Reviewed by:Sandra

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Posted on:11/22/02 5:12 PM
Last Updated:11/29/02 7:09 PM
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Debbie Spriggs said... (12/1/02 5:57 PM) Reply
I may have to make one of these for my daughter. Yours turned out so cute. Great Job!
Gigi Louis said... (12/1/02 11:33 AM) Reply
I love your hooded robe too - very cute!
LittleShell said... (11/22/02 8:53 PM) Reply
Nice job on the pockets, with Snow on one and dwarves on the other! As for the two fabrics and your "boss"--girls really do know what they want, don't they?
Sandra said... (11/22/02 8:12 PM) Reply
Dale and Gigi, thank you both for your kind remarks! Gosh, I had no idea that having their own little robe was so important to the tykes. Gigi, I wish I could take credit for the fabric combining thing, but the truth is my daughter just bossed me. :)
Gigi Louis said... (11/22/02 6:39 PM) Reply
What an adorable robe! What little girl wouldn't love it? I like the way you combined the two fabrics. Robes make such nice gifts - I'm in the process of finishing up a purple velvet robe for my sister.
Dale C said... (11/22/02 5:58 PM) Reply
Cute robe for a cutie of a little girl! Even in Hawaii we need those things and my kids have warm polar fleece robes that I made them last year. They love them!
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