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Posted on:12/18/06 5:32 AM
Last Updated:12/18/06 5:54 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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LisaG said... (1/4/07 4:17 PM) Reply
I think I have this pattern in my vintage stash. It looks great! Maybe I'll try it. Nice job!
Peggy L said... (12/21/06 5:16 PM) Reply
I remember making that pattern!!!! And, I was about your size. Great job - looks nice on you!
AnneM said... (12/21/06 10:23 AM) Reply
Excellent. With your modern fabric, you have a modern classic dress.
cathy45 said... (12/21/06 0:26 AM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful on you! The cut and color are so classic.
milwaukee_kelly said... (12/20/06 2:20 PM) Reply
Great dress! What a great pattern to find.
HawkeMorningStar7 said... (12/19/06 0:46 AM) Reply
Just lovely, terrific style and fabric. Great dress !
krystalkaes said... (12/19/06 0:17 AM) Reply
Fantastic! I love it.
ryan's mom said... (12/18/06 9:26 PM) Reply
Fantastic! It looks great on you!!
AnneMarie60 said... (12/18/06 7:07 PM) Reply
Looks fantastic!
MissCelie said... (12/18/06 6:18 PM) Reply
That's a great looking dress. Good job.
Sew4Fun said... (12/18/06 5:10 PM) Reply
Lovely dress. It's such a classic and elegant design.
Kathi R said... (12/18/06 3:52 PM) Reply
Nice job - sounds like you have a TNT pattern to use for years to come.
Heatherrique said... (12/18/06 12:56 PM) Reply
Where did you get the pattern? Ebay? Estate find? A fellow ebayer was surprised, stunned, and so sweet: http://sewing.patternreview.com/cgi-bin/sewingclasses/board.pl?t=18405
Heatherrique said... (12/18/06 12:50 PM) Reply
Stunningly stellar and out-a-sight! There's something distinctive about these 60's dresses. You brought back the character and essence that makes the 60's looks unique and set them apart from other eras! Definitely very wearable today! You would be the fashion queen!
Leslie in Austin said... (12/18/06 10:56 AM) Reply
Love this! Somehow it's both clearly 60s while also being timeless.
Christina W said... (12/18/06 9:30 AM) Reply
This is so elegant and fashionable! Like something from an Audrey Hepburn film - lovely job!
Stacy Sews said... (12/18/06 8:37 AM) Reply
Fantastic! I love the style and the fabric for this dress. It looks great on you, nice job!
carolynw said... (12/18/06 8:32 AM) Reply
Looks smashing!!
Vonnevo said... (12/18/06 8:05 AM) Reply
Fabulous Zaneta!!!!! A very elegant dress that suits you so well. Looking forward to seeing more dresses from this pattern.
patma said... (12/18/06 8:02 AM) Reply
I believe that is the pattern that I made my "going away" dress (to leave the wedding) in July 1967. It was mint green dotted swiss. I loved it though would look very dated in that fabric now.
fizzel said... (12/18/06 8:01 AM) Reply
Exquisite!
BeckyC said... (12/18/06 7:50 AM) Reply
Fabulous! As soon as I saw the pattern, I thought 60's! and classic! Great job on your wearable mockup. I bet you can line it after the fact, if you don't mind a bit of hand stitching. I can't wait to see other versions you'll be making.
Tiner W said... (12/18/06 7:29 AM) Reply
It's beautiful on you! Very elegant. I love the cut of the shoulder.
CarolynGM said... (12/18/06 6:21 AM) Reply
Well done, Zaneta. The fit and style are perfect on you.
 
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