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Pattern Reviews> Other> Dirndl Revue 2003 (Rohrbacher Festtracht)

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Posted on:10/31/09 4:45 PM
Last Updated:10/31/09 4:54 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 7 people   
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AnneM said... (11/4/09 9:16 PM) Reply
Great costume, great 'portrait'. I haven't checked out all your links yet, but your costume came about excellently.
loti said... (11/3/09 4:22 PM) Reply
Great review and costume, love the historical examples.
Primatoidefutile said... (11/1/09 1:59 PM) Reply
I love the costume and the review ! Thank you very much for the details...
Sharon1952 said... (11/1/09 8:19 AM) Reply
I love learning new things! Thanks for the lesson and the links. I've bookmarked the smock directions. Beautiful costume.
Darla in PA said... (11/1/09 7:40 AM) Reply
What a beautiful costume! Thanks for the interesting history lesson.
Tall Mary said... (11/1/09 1:40 AM) Reply
Isn't it fun to delve into history and clothing worn during certain periods. I thouroughly enjoyed your review. You are very detail-oriented. Great result.
fourkid said... (10/31/09 9:50 PM) Reply
Beautiful costume - fascinating costume history - so much research and detail.
Shirleyjoy said... (10/31/09 8:53 PM) Reply
Fascinating review and gorgeous costume!
Trephas2003 said... (10/31/09 4:58 PM) Reply
It looks beautiful!
AuntieBat said... (10/30/09 1:58 PM) Reply
Have you seen the fourth book based on the research of Janet Arnold? Lots of close-up photos and diagrams for many of the wonderful lace items you've cited. Thanks for all the links to extant pieces and portraits I haven't seen before!
Aixoise said... (10/20/09 5:27 PM) Reply
Fascinating review. Thank you for all the historical documentation. I'm looking forward to following your progress.
Passion4Sewing said... (10/20/09 8:51 AM) Reply
Your research is incredible! Hope the sewing goes well. The apron looks exquisite.
vande said... (10/5/09 7:22 PM) Reply
I just can't wait to see the progress on this one! I hope it all goes well too!
arianamaniacs said... (10/2/09 3:58 AM) Reply
Well that's because English is my native language ;) I only live in a German speaking country.
jeanyus said... (10/1/09 9:04 PM) Reply
Toll! I like costume and historical costume, too. I just started teaching German, so it was great to see this and all the detail. I am sure my Deutsch ist nicht so gut wie dein Englisch. I must return to see how it goes.
room2ndfloor said... (9/30/09 2:11 PM) Reply
Trachtenmoden selbst-schneiden! Please keep up posted on your project. Dirndlkleid is one of my dream projects.
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