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Reviewed by:Catherine Daze

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Posted on:12/11/10 1:23 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 7 people   
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AnnMarieJ said... (1/10/11 0:23 AM) Reply
Absolutely fabulous in every way.
Maggiedoll said... (12/24/10 11:21 PM) Reply
That looks great, I love it! Still trying to figure out patterns to use for nice wool plaid.. will have to add this one to my wishlist/joann shopping list too!
dingyadi said... (12/13/10 3:53 AM) Reply
Fantastic! It looks gorgeous, and yes, very Burberry - or Vivienne Westwood.
janet said... (12/12/10 6:35 PM) Reply
Love your BURBERRY dress! Thank you for the link to a great zipper tutorial.
VirginiasDghter said... (12/12/10 10:39 AM) Reply
What a great dress! Love the exposed zip and it looks great on you! Nice job!
21wale said... (12/11/10 9:36 PM) Reply
How fun! Tartan and a cowl neck. It looks great on you!
sewtime said... (12/11/10 7:02 PM) Reply
Love your dress, beautifully made!!
Sewing in the Wind said... (12/11/10 6:49 PM) Reply
Gorgeous dress and I love the exposed zipper. Great work.
Sigrid. said... (12/11/10 4:09 PM) Reply
Beautiful work with the plaid. Love the cowl neck.
Beek said... (12/11/10 3:58 PM) Reply
Clever idea using an exposed zipper application! Makes the dress look so much more "edgey!"
Knitters Delight said... (12/11/10 3:22 PM) Reply
I seriously need this dress!
FreyaStark said... (12/11/10 3:08 PM) Reply
Snazzy and distinctive - well done. Your use of the fabric's pattern is very clever. Cutting the plaid on the bias would no doubt be more flattering than cutting it on the straight grain. It looks good with or without the belt.
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