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Posted on:8/26/07 11:26 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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JenSews2 said...
Looks very good! I like the fabric and it looks nice on you!
8/27/07 1:23 AM
morzel said...
Thanks for this good review. For a simple dress this seems a lot of adjustmentwork. Well done!
8/27/07 2:09 AM
Irene Q said...
It looks nice - beautiful print! And you did a great job with the fitting. For the stiff skirt, you could always take in the seams so that it isn't as flared, but that would mean re-sewing the hem (eek!). Learn how to do a machine blind hem and you won't have to do them by hand. :-)
8/27/07 9:36 AM
AnneM said...
At least your socks match. :) Congrats on your sizing efforts. It looks like a nice style for you, although I agree a softer fabric would be a nice alternative. My vote is definitely wear it; such a lovely print.
8/29/07 8:43 PM
Celeste said...
Based on the other review for this pattern it would seem as though you need to go down one and possibly two sizes, and probably flat measure or pin-fit the tissue first. Sounds like this runs very large.
3/12/08 8:58 AM
Retromiss said...
It looks good on you, and I agree with everyone else about the lovely print! Thanks for this review. I'll definitely be trying this in calico first. Thanks for the advice about length, because I would want the hemline to sit below the knee, for sure.
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