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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 2759 (Twin Set - modified)

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Posted on:3/2/04 9:52 AM
Last Updated:3/2/04 9:53 AM
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AuntieShel said... (3/3/04 2:37 PM) Reply
How cute!! I don't think there's anything more beautiful than a pregnant belly!
Danvillegirl said... (3/3/04 5:58 AM) Reply
Looks great together. Very nice.
Everyday Sewist said... (3/2/04 10:22 PM) Reply
Very stylish!
Evatgirl73 said... (3/2/04 8:42 PM) Reply
Very nice Lou, it looks great!! I need to get off my b**t and start on my spring/summer maternity stuff too rather than making the baby clothes... you inspired me to hop to it! Thanks!
Lou. said... (3/2/04 3:46 PM) Reply
Cindie I have been altering pants patterns all afternoon from some directions Erin posted and they're great! Mel, yes, my dress form has a belly...
Cindie said... (3/2/04 3:21 PM) Reply
Your twinset looks great. In case you didn't catch it, there was an article beginning on Page 30 of the April 2003 edition of Sew News Magazine discussing how to modify regular patterns for maternity purposes. I used it to modify a pull-on pants pattern with very good results. It also has instructions for modifying dress, jumper, top, and skirt patterns. You may find it helpful for your future maternity sewing.
Mel.J said... (3/2/04 3:12 PM) Reply
I like the colour combo. Do I see your dressform has a belly too?
Deepika said... (3/2/04 10:08 AM) Reply
Thats a great outfit Lou. You did a great job modifying the pattern to fit your needs.
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