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Posted on:9/17/12 1:08 AM


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Barbara V said...
Beautiful dress and lovely work!
9/17/12 4:17 PM
miausiau said...
That looks perfect for a hot day. The Horner voiles are usually high quality, how disappointing. This was in my stash for a while but I sensed that there was nothing very flattering about it if you have the slightest curve, although the pleat insertion is brilliant. Your version looks quite authentic for the time period actually, and would also look good with a long cardigan topper. Thanks for the review, lovely work as always! PS thanks for the link to rayon binding...I had no idea they sold it!!
9/17/12 12:10 PM
BillieJean said...
Beautiful dress; I've had this pattern in my stash so long, but seeing yours makes me really want to use it.
9/17/12 7:00 AM
Skye said...
Beautiful
9/17/12 2:50 AM
 
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