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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Design Magazine> 06-2008-37 

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Posted on:1/27/09 9:22 PM
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Tiner W said...
Cute dress! Yes, I have plans to make this one. Plans and fabric. I agree that it's a nice style for those in between years!
1/27/09 9:36 PM
Annette1 said...
Who would ever dream that you could have such completely different looks from this one pattern! I LOVE your idea of the tie that wraps around twice (I would have never thought of that). And the way you've placed the flowers on that pink top just MAKE the whole thing! Very BOUTIQUE-ESQUE. :o)) She's so pretty, just like her mom and sisters!
1/27/09 9:37 PM
CrescentaLuna said...
Great dress, and the placement of the border print on the top is lovely -- so glad your daughter likes them! Agreed, it's hard to hit the exact right note for girls that age, but these are terrific (looks like the wearer agrees).
1/28/09 0:24 AM
Stephenie said...
Thanks for this review! Both versions turned out wonderfully! This is on my list to sew next!!
1/28/09 9:20 AM
Karendee said...
Adorable outfits on such a pretty young lady. I love the flowers on the stripe fabric and the mixing of stripes and border prints. You have done a great job on this pattern.
1/28/09 10:46 AM
Renren said...
Both versions are adorable on "Girl With Book" (who can forget MLL's UFO skirt on her younger sister who is posed sitting on an Oklahoma-red rock with her skirt fanned around her and a book in hand?). Additionally, I thought you had made 3-d flowers (a la Kellie R.'s recent Victorian dress) on the floral/stripe version. LOVE that fabric!!! And thanks for reminding us of Meggie Lu Lu's excellent tip and technique on neck bindings.
1/28/09 1:15 PM
Nana39 said...
They're both darling!! Lovely!!
2/1/09 6:08 PM
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