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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 3637 (18th Century Gown)

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Posted on:2/3/09 8:27 PM
Last Updated:2/4/09 5:50 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 5 people   
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popisen said... (10/19/09 5:48 AM) Reply
Thank you for clearifying that the undergarments from 3635 are needed, i was wondering about that.
Raven Elle said... (8/24/09 7:23 PM) Reply
very pretty!
Tiner W said... (4/16/09 6:28 PM) Reply
What an amazing dress! I would love to wear something like this!
Michelle L said... (2/5/09 10:41 AM) Reply
Wow! What a fantastic dress! Wonderful job.
PattiK said... (2/5/09 10:04 AM) Reply
OMG! What a beautiful dress! Great work.
Sandi S said... (2/4/09 9:47 PM) Reply
This is gorgeous.
ladybirdlove said... (2/4/09 8:17 PM) Reply
Beautiful work! I am trying to convince myself that I will wear this somewhere so I can make one too :)
sewnole said... (2/4/09 8:15 PM) Reply
This gown is beautiful and your work really is amazing.
Beryl said... (2/4/09 7:23 PM) Reply
Thanks for the backview! What a terrific gown! I like it much better with the skirt narrowed.
MCBurbage said... (2/4/09 6:05 PM) Reply
I added a back view.
Luckylibbet said... (2/4/09 10:39 AM) Reply
cindyann said... (2/4/09 8:50 AM) Reply
Really pretty! I'd love to try something like this, but what would I do with it?
arianamaniacs said... (2/4/09 6:23 AM) Reply
Great dress, well done! I want to sew this dress as well. Can you put up a picture of how the back looks too?
Mary Nanna said... (2/4/09 1:56 AM) Reply
wow - amazing dress!
birdmcfarland said... (2/4/09 0:25 AM) Reply
I am totally in love with your dress!! I wish I had an excuse to make a historical garment. I think women's clothing from ages ago was so beautiful.
FreckleHead said... (2/3/09 11:44 PM) Reply
Wow, your work is amazing! I love 18th century gowns, and this one is very beautiful. I've been considering making another one for myself, and was think about using this pattern, so your review has really helped me. Great job!
Christas said... (2/3/09 9:06 PM) Reply
Your gown is amazing! You did a beautiful job on it. Love your fabric choices!
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