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Pattern Reviews> Vogue Patterns> 2535 (1928 Vintage Vogue Dress)

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Posted on:7/24/04 3:46 PM
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SouthernStitch said... (7/25/04 7:50 PM) Reply
Nikki this is so awesome! Just think of what you would have to pay for something like this in RTW - great project and lovely fabric.
Georgene said... (7/25/04 2:44 PM) Reply
Nikki, your dress came out great! I love the effect pf the solid and print. It looks like all the fitting process in the top worked well. I would use the rectified pattern of the top to make a blouse or something else.
mudcat said... (7/25/04 11:56 AM) Reply
Nice to see this made up. I've had this pattern since it first came out but I didn't realize it would end up so gathered looking. Nor did I realize how much fabric it took. I think if I ever get around to making it I would want to make the skirt less full. Thanks for another excellent review.
KathleenS said... (7/25/04 1:48 AM) Reply
It does look very 1920s, and you got a fantastic colour match between the two fabrics!
Debbie Cook said... (7/24/04 4:20 PM) Reply
Nikki, congratulations for finishing this dress through all the trials and tribulations! It looks wonderful and I think you nailed the fit.
Mary Stiefer said... (7/24/04 3:48 PM) Reply
For a vintage style - it looks good on you. Not everyone could wear this type of dress. Congrats. For all of the problems you had - you did a great job.
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