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Posted on:2/10/10 6:31 PM

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sewmytime said...
Very nice work...I love the collar ruffles in this dress....And the silk version is amazing and so it
2/10/10 7:21 PM
Renren said...
WOnderful! I love how you have chevronned the stripes together on the front skirt piece and of course the ruffles at the neckline make this dress fabulous.
2/10/10 8:18 PM
lamstu said...
I like the way the stripes go in the seersucker version. But the silk one is so chic!
2/11/10 0:25 AM
CostumeDivasDirtyLaundry said...
Glad you decided to keep the muslin. Very cute summer dress!
2/11/10 7:25 AM
TessaRose said...
I love your fabric choice for the seersucker! I wouldn't have ever thought of that. It looks great!
2/11/10 7:59 AM
jannw said...
best looking muslin I've seen in ages...both turned out very your versions
2/11/10 8:01 AM
ElizabethDee said...
i love both your dresses, and each one has such a different personality. the chevron effect from the stripes is great. Is the skirt of the shantung version cut on the bias also?
2/11/10 11:01 AM
fryman said...
enjoy shortening the hems while you can. both dress look great!
2/11/10 12:32 PM
meli88a said...
ElizabethDee, the gold dress skirt is cut on the straight grain fold. I only cut the seersucker skirt front on the bias as two pieces because it was the only way to fit all the pieces into the fabric... but I'm happy with the result. :)
2/11/10 3:33 PM
poplin said...
Very nice. Love the different looks you got.
2/11/10 10:46 PM
Proginoskes said...
Wow! both are lovely dresses, but the seersucker is truly adorable. Such a great look, even if it did start out a muslin. You've inspired me. :D
2/20/10 11:16 PM
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