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Posted on:3/31/09 7:54 AM
Last Updated:3/31/09 8:05 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Christas said... (4/1/09 6:32 PM) Reply
What cute fabric ..... so perfect for this dress!
Kellie R. said... (4/1/09 10:09 AM) Reply
This is just lovely. I'm glad to see a review done on this pattern. Great job.
Tiner W said... (3/31/09 4:49 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress! What a great fabric choice! The changes you made worked beautifully!
erinw83 said... (3/31/09 2:16 PM) Reply
I have been eyeing this pattern for months! Very cute!
Dee Woods said... (3/31/09 1:37 PM) Reply
Very pretty! I love this style. Very feminine.
Cathy Loves Fabric said... (3/31/09 12:39 PM) Reply
Totally Marilyn Monroe. It's a gorgeous dress.
Em's Summer said... (3/31/09 9:54 AM) Reply
This is such a beautiful dress! I want to make one, too, and see one in my wardrobe in the very near future! Thank you for reviewing this.
Gecko said... (3/31/09 9:19 AM) Reply
This looks great! I love the funky retro print!
mollyshark said... (3/31/09 8:25 AM) Reply
I like the style without the exaggeration of some of the 50's patterns. You did a good job in the bust. I've done some like this and, at 5'3-1/2" with a 36E, yeah, it can get pretty stupid looking. Funny how the early styles exaggerated the hourglass. Really like what you've done.
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