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Pattern Reviews> New Look> 6745 (Toddlers' Dresses)

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Reviewed by:ClaireEmily
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Posted on:10/2/08 7:28 PM
Last Updated:1/8/10 4:19 AM


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ClaireEmily said... (1/10/10 4:54 PM) Reply
Thank you. I do feel very lucky.....
Mary Nanna said... (1/9/10 2:54 AM) Reply
so cute! how lucky to have a little girl to sew adorable dresses for...
FreyaStark said... (1/8/10 4:58 AM) Reply
A nice everyday dress. The fabric is lovely.
Ody said... (2/9/09 10:51 AM) Reply
Darling dress.
slanden99 said... (10/3/08 4:53 PM) Reply
Cute dress!
craftygamma said... (10/3/08 7:42 AM) Reply
I just love the embellishments! It is a nice way to make your sewing stand out from the ready made appliques & other embellishments. Dee
ClaireEmily said... (10/3/08 3:54 AM) Reply
Thanks so much for all your feedback ladies! I'm really glad that you liked it. I had a lot of fun finding all the coloured trims and arranging them too.
SewLil said... (10/2/08 11:40 PM) Reply
All those trims! WOW! This is lovely. I will have to try this "bagging" technique.
katlew03 said... (10/2/08 11:19 PM) Reply
Love this dress. Trims look very nice without being overdone. Good way to use extra buttons. I agree about lining the top. I have found this to be the only way to make a child's dress. Those facings just won't stay put. This method gives the bodice a nice weight and causes it to hang better without the bulges caused of the edges of the facings.
solosmocker said... (10/2/08 8:42 PM) Reply
Great little dress! "Bagging out" the bodice was a smart move and a wonderful skill you learned from those ladies.
Christas said... (10/2/08 7:49 PM) Reply
This is just beautiful ... a very creative use of trims! Love it!
 
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