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Reviewed by:KiwiWendy
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Posted on:4/5/07 1:34 AM
Last Updated:7/15/13 12:52 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Sew Whatever said... (7/14/13 6:42 PM) Reply
The blue one looks fun! another Jane Austin event?
AnneM said... (4/16/07 10:51 AM) Reply
Wendy, that is a great dress. In fact, I think you can wear that just anywhere you want to, not just as a costume. It's a really nice style for you IMO.
KiwiWendy said... (4/9/07 7:58 PM) Reply
Thank you ... I had fun - my blog has a picture of us on the night. http://sewaddicted.livejournal.com/75697.html
hongkongshopper said... (4/8/07 6:32 PM) Reply
You go girlfriend! You look great! And how was the movie?
xela said... (4/7/07 1:56 PM) Reply
DF's partner was just jealous. Looks fabulous. Happy Day
OP Gal said... (4/6/07 10:09 AM) Reply
Fabulous looking dress. What a great idea--sewing a period dress in which to enjoy a period movie!
mlt said... (4/6/07 9:31 AM) Reply
You do look beautiful!!
Jane S said... (4/6/07 8:38 AM) Reply
This dress looks wonderful...especially that intricate back. From a Jane Austen fan, bravo!
LauraTS said... (4/5/07 2:22 PM) Reply
This is wonderful, and looks great on you. Thanks for the review; I've been meaning to try Past Patterns but I haven't yet.
Luckylibbet said... (4/5/07 8:40 AM) Reply
Great job - love the stripey fabric. Looks Jane Austen to me.
 
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