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Posted on:11/15/08 9:38 PM


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MarionP said... (11/29/08 6:16 PM) Reply
nicely done!
Leora said... (11/17/08 10:24 PM) Reply
Gorgeous gown and such adorable matching little shoes. The mother must be absolutely thrilled!
Annette1 said... (11/17/08 1:30 AM) Reply
Oh my gosh, these little shoes are the cutest things I've ever seen. The fussy cut toes just MAKE them. AND THAT DRESS SHOULD BE DISPLAYED SOMEWHERE. :o))
Peggy said... (11/16/08 10:45 AM) Reply
These are just as cute as can be
cindyann said... (11/16/08 10:42 AM) Reply
So pretty!
MelissaB in WA said... (11/16/08 10:15 AM) Reply
Adorable!
Marji said... (11/16/08 8:16 AM) Reply
What a fabulous idea for the babies feet. Just lovely.
Athene said... (11/15/08 11:46 PM) Reply
These shoes are so cute. Thanks for the link to the free pattern.
boppingbeth said... (11/15/08 10:59 PM) Reply
The gown was made from an already embroidered fabric--the train of a wedding dress. Kind of a nice tradition, I think, to use the train to make a baptismal gown.
Lynngray said... (11/15/08 10:55 PM) Reply
Oh they are so cute. Great Job
boppingbeth said... (11/15/08 10:31 PM) Reply
The gown was made from an already embroidered fabric--the train of a wedding dress. Kind of a nice tradition, I think, to use the train to make a baptismal gown.
kathleencramer said... (11/15/08 10:17 PM) Reply
The shoes are beautiful! Wonderful job. I love how you captured the embroidery on the tops. Very good. And the gown is amazing! Did you embroider the fabric or was it already done when you purchased it? Stunning~ both!
Kay Y said... (11/15/08 10:00 PM) Reply
The shoes are adorable, but the gown is stunning!
 
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