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Reviewed by:Elle B
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Posted on:2/27/11 10:28 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 7 people   
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rmusic1 said... (3/6/11 5:59 AM) Reply
stunning, really really pretty!
Aless said... (3/3/11 5:42 PM) Reply
Just gorgeous-well done!
Helen near Sydney said... (3/2/11 0:57 AM) Reply
Stunning dress, thanks for the excellent review.
mad stash said... (3/1/11 7:48 PM) Reply
Stunning dress and it's a perfect fit! I imagine this dress would look nice in a simple cotton fabric too. How did you get the fabric on either side of the slit in the front neckline to lay flat? I tried making a vintage dress with a similar neckline, but the fabric on either side of the slit insists on rollling down. Even though it's interfaced.
bananaoil said... (2/28/11 4:17 PM) Reply
You look lovely. Great Dress.
Scheri said... (2/28/11 1:21 AM) Reply
Beautiful dress.
Kayseri said... (2/27/11 11:06 PM) Reply
Beautiful classy dress. I hope you have somewhere special to wear it!
cabrewer82 said... (2/27/11 10:42 PM) Reply
This dress is amazing! I love the sheer neckline and everything else about this dress!!
SewWil said... (2/27/11 9:42 PM) Reply
GORGEOUS dress!!! Great job. I like your detailed review of how tis came together.
Athene said... (2/27/11 6:33 PM) Reply
You look so lovely - a very foxy dress.
VirginiasDghter said... (2/27/11 4:46 PM) Reply
What a beautiful dress! Love, love, love the mixture of fabric!
Kat B. said... (2/27/11 1:47 PM) Reply
Very beautiful! I enjoyed reading your blog about the construction of this dress. It has quite the history!
ladybegood said... (2/27/11 1:47 PM) Reply
Using the old skirt and the tulle for the yoke is brilliant! Thanks for the tip on sewing the yoke. I have vintage patterns with this sort of detail, so I'll be sure to use your tips when I tackle them.
Paris75008 said... (2/27/11 1:40 PM) Reply
Wow! I love what you did with that pattern. It's a beautiful dress. So creative! The crinoline gives good body to the skirt
Barbara V said... (2/27/11 10:44 AM) Reply
Your version of this vintage dress is beautiful. Making the 3 to 4 muslins paid off with a perfect fit. I really like how you used the mesh tulle on the yoke and sleeves.
Sondra Leigh said... (2/27/11 10:35 AM) Reply

Sondra Leigh said... (2/27/11 10:35 AM) Reply
Beautiful! And a great way to repurpose a treasured old skirt.
 
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