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Posted on:8/3/11 0:43 AM
Last Updated:8/3/11 10:49 AM


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jannw said... (8/6/11 0:12 AM) Reply
very pretty! I like the adjustments you did to it...enjoy!
marec said... (8/3/11 5:43 PM) Reply
I love this fabric and the overall look of the kimono dress. I think I may have commented on your blog but if not, great dress! (Nice to know others use interesting fabrics for sew in interfacing)
SewWil said... (8/3/11 4:31 PM) Reply
Very pretty dress!
Sandi S said... (8/3/11 11:04 AM) Reply
That turned out really pretty!
renren said... (8/3/11 8:13 AM) Reply
Very nice! And that's the perfect fabric for a kimono-type dress, too. (I almost bought it at fabricmartfabrics.com when it was reduced and now I wish I had!!!) Kudos on using the men's shirt as interfacing--I have done the same with a no-longer-used-but-still-in-good-condition pillowcase after reading about it. Still good to know someone as expert as you does it.
 
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