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Posted on:3/2/07 8:30 PM
Last Updated:3/2/07 8:36 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 16 people   
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ryan's mom said... (3/5/07 7:09 AM) Reply
I love this dress! And this pattern is in my stash so your comments on the pattern were very helpful. Getting more motivated on this end to sew some dresses for summer instead of more capris and tops!
PhyllisC said... (3/4/07 9:15 PM) Reply
Ahhh - I can just imagine how cool and chic you'll look this summer! Wonderful.
LiZ said... (3/4/07 3:20 PM) Reply
Your tunic dress is lovely.
AnneM said... (3/4/07 9:14 AM) Reply
Thanks, everyone. Elaine - R.U.B. is my abbreviation for rounded upper back, otherwise known as dowager's hump. Mine is only slight, computer-user-posture.
Heatherrique said... (3/3/07 9:24 PM) Reply
Very attractive tunic Anne! Yours looks so much better than what's pictured on the pattern envelope! For a moment, I thought I was looking at an evening gown which looks better than what those celebrities were wearing at the Oscars! Great job, Anne!
Mary Stiefer said... (3/3/07 1:00 PM) Reply
Two great dresses to relax in. Love it
Elaine Dougan said... (3/3/07 12:27 PM) Reply
What a good idea for hot weather. What is a R.U.B. adjustment? I also have sloping shoulders.
Donna H said... (3/3/07 10:54 AM) Reply IS a great dress. Would be perfect for relaxing at home in the heat. I'm with Debbie....when are you holding the First Annual PR Wine Tasting Exhibition????? :)
Debbie Cook said... (3/3/07 9:24 AM) Reply
Very nice, Anne, and a great idea to stay cool during the summer. I like that deco hemstitch on the second version. And look at all those wine bottles! ;-)
Bruna said... (3/3/07 0:26 AM) Reply
Wow, Anne, love your dresses and the linen one is so striking, definately suitable to wear out and may be even too good to wear at home!
PVA said... (3/2/07 11:19 PM) Reply
Wow, Ann -- I love it! Actually, both of them! Great idea using decorative stitching for the hem where you have such a print! (*Such A Print*) (LOL) I think it's great & I'd love to see you in the colorful one at a garden party. Perfect for hot humid summers.
SexiSadi said... (3/2/07 8:48 PM) Reply
Your tunic dress turned out very nice.
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