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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 02-2008-131 (Knit Coat)

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Posted on:2/2/09 0:03 AM
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Mufffet said... (2/2/09 5:39 PM) Reply
Oh she looks so sweet! Nice and comfy bathrobe! Of COURSE she wanted one too! :) You are a good Mommy!
Christas said... (2/2/09 5:07 PM) Reply
Oh my goodness! You have such a CUTE daughter. She looks so adorable in her new housecoat! What a precious pic!
Meggie LuLu said... (2/2/09 4:52 PM) Reply
This is SOOOO CUTE (and so is your DD)!! I LOVE the fabric you chose!!
Catbird said... (2/2/09 9:47 AM) Reply
This is the cutest thing ever. Looking at that picture lifted my spirits instantly! Your daughter and her new housecoat with moons and housecoat pockets are precious.
sewtime said... (2/2/09 9:24 AM) Reply
So cute, only to be shown up by your precious little model!!
blessedtosew said... (2/2/09 8:45 AM) Reply
So adorable!!!!!!!!!!!!
Natasha B said... (2/2/09 2:47 AM) Reply
What a great use for this pattern! Lovely housecoat and she looks perfectly warm and happy.
renren said... (2/2/09 1:20 AM) Reply
Opalescent buttons become moons--you may have a poet here. Ah, to see things through a child's eyes. And the girl knows what the girls wants: a housecoat needs "housecoat pockets"; you must save a copy of this review because it is a lovely snapshot in time of how your lovely dd saw the world.
Erin Sooit said... (2/2/09 0:06 AM) Reply
So cute! I'd love to sew this one for my niece. I think it's a great adaptation. Thank you.
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