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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 4255 (Lizzie McGuire, Dress & Shrug)

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Posted on:7/19/07 0:01 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 4 people   
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smoody said...
You've done a WONDERFUL job! you are crafted and skilled. I too have an 8 yr.old daughter and this would be a wonderful dress to make at the next dressy function. Thanx-a-heep!
7/19/07 0:39 AM
Tany said...
Fabulous, Stacy!!
7/19/07 4:39 AM
Sew4Fun said...
Wow Stacy, great job refashioning and I love the new dress!!
7/19/07 6:24 AM
MissCelie said...
Love it. I turned old dresses into a chupa for a friend's wedding. Way to recycle!
7/19/07 7:09 AM
Padmé said...
I kept checking your blog. I couldn't see how you were going to do this, and you did it, and did a beautiful job. It looks RTW, and just like it was supposed to be that way always. I am in awe, and really impressed.
7/19/07 8:50 AM
MelissaB in WA said...
That is awesome Stacy!!! Taylor looks so pretty and what a great way to recycle a dress you'll probably never wear again - have fun at the wedding! :-)
7/19/07 10:09 AM
Levone said...
Pretty dress; Great job!
7/19/07 10:10 AM
gatorgirl4325 said...
Wow! You are one awesome seamstress! Your daughter looks beautiful in that dress. Way to make that casual looking pattern into a gorgeous dress for a wedding!
7/19/07 2:50 PM
ButtonFaith said...
What a GREAT job you did reusing the traditionally 'unusable' bridesmaid dress! Your daughter looks lovely in it and it fits her perfectly too! How proud she must be that her Mom made it for her!
7/19/07 3:54 PM
LisaAnn said...
You did an incredible job on this dress! The before & after photo is perfect to show how an (essentially useless) dress can be recycled... hey, that would make a great PR contest!
7/19/07 4:50 PM
Linda G said...
Absolutely darling...I love creating things out of other clothes...just adds to the creativity...which is right up my alley!
7/19/07 7:19 PM
Dmd4106 said...
Beautiful job. Turning a fabulous dress into another fabulous dress. My dd & I hv missed your jr creations. Luv yr blog & great review.
7/19/07 9:25 PM
Ronda Rae said...
Bravo! That is just incredible and inspirational. Thank you for taking the time to post this. You obviously shine under pressure.
7/20/07 10:26 AM
teresajoy said...
That turned out so pretty, and is exactly what I wanted to do with the pattern!
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