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Posted on:1/24/11 5:55 PM


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RachelStonebreaker said... (3/3/11 4:34 PM) Reply
I agree with knits and zippers and scoop necks. What on earth are those designers thinking? Why bother? I like your alterations.
AnneM said... (2/5/11 5:06 PM) Reply
Nice, something like that would cost a lot of money to buy! Great job. I've found print wicking fabrics before, but not that often. Sometimes Seattle Fabric or Peak Fabrics might have them. (Great style & modifications you made.)
ElizabethDee said... (1/25/11 7:45 AM) Reply
That was really clever, to look at this pattern and see a tennis dress! And then really smart, to know how to adapt it. Great job.
homejewel said... (1/25/11 0:26 AM) Reply
Now that's smart! Great idea.
MNBarb said... (1/24/11 8:50 PM) Reply
Woo hoo! You'll be burning up the courts in this outfit. What a great idea to make something attractive for a sport rather than slogging around in sloppy leftover clothing.
susiestitcher said... (1/24/11 6:56 PM) Reply
What a great way to modify a pattern for a specific purpose. Although I have no idea how to play tennis properly, it looks like you'll be stylish out there. It is quite flattering with the princess lines and the color blocking. I like it with the top, too. Is the knit fabric cotton or poly or mixture?
 
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