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Posted on:10/2/08 7:56 PM
Last Updated:6/15/09 11:06 PM


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Christas said... (6/16/09 1:58 PM) Reply
What an adorable baby! Both versions you have made of this pattern are so cute!
Vintage Joan said... (6/16/09 2:07 AM) Reply
Nice!! And your daughter is SO cute. :)
Kim Winson said... (6/16/09 0:36 AM) Reply
That is one seriously cute munchkin.
ClaireEmily said... (10/3/08 5:31 PM) Reply
Thanks for the info on the snaps -I think I;ll try to find a pattern that uses them for the first time I try! and thanks for all your feedback everyone =)
LornaJay said... (10/3/08 3:18 PM) Reply
That looks lovely. It's good to know that the dress is short enough to allow crawling - I've kept my daughter in trousers for that reason, and would love a dress or two for 'special'.
callmeRuth said... (10/3/08 0:28 AM) Reply
This dress is very cute! I like that it can be worn with just about any top underneath.
katlew03 said... (10/2/08 11:12 PM) Reply
I love this pattern. I have never made a Burda and will probably make this my first because it is so cute. Having just made a cotton knit bodysuit and romper for DGS with self-made snaps, I can say that they are very tricky at first but once you master them, the only way I would make toddler pants. I had no trouble with fastening the snaps to the foundation strip, just with getting the strip wide enough and putting them on in the right direction. (They don't work exceptionally well on the wrong side of the pants). Try a pattern that uses them and I think you will be pleasantly surprised. I think they can be used on any regular child's pants pattern.
 
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