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Pattern Reviews> Folkwear> 101 (Gaza Dress)

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Posted on:11/27/11 6:03 PM


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Margaret said... (7/31/14 6:16 PM) Reply
Thanks!! Good question, BobeeKay... I don't wear it much because I'm a little afraid of washing it, or sending it to a drycleaner who may crush the velvet (that's happened to me before, with a different item). But Christmas morning would be just the sort of time to wear it.
BobeeKay said... (7/30/14 7:28 PM) Reply
Beautiful! Where do you where this? (I'm picturing Christmas morning.)
helenkosings said... (5/8/14 11:51 AM) Reply
Your embroidery raises this garment up to amazing!
Margaret said... (9/22/12 4:42 AM) Reply
BriarRose, thanks, that's good to know! In this case it seemed sufficient to work from the back and periodically check that the embroidery was looking good on the front. But it definitely seems that it would be useful to have the design on the front in many cases.
BriarRose said... (9/21/12 8:10 PM) Reply
"I'm not sure how I could have transferred the design directly to the front side of the velour so that it would be visible and not damage the nap." Since you already have the pattern drawn on the lingin,you are halfway there. Simply use a single strand of embroidery floss and a running stitch to transfer those design lines to the front of the garment. If you use design colors to do the tracing you won't even have to remove the thread tracing.
waltzqueen said... (12/13/11 11:23 AM) Reply
This is a very beautiful dress. I love the rich velour and your embroidery is amazing. You've taken the time to make a lovely and memorable outfit. I think I will have to buy this pattern!
Annette1 said... (11/30/11 0:53 AM) Reply
Oh, WOW, Margaret, this is absolutely STUNNING, and you wear it SO WELL! I LOVE the fabric you chose, and that EMBROIDERY -- Well, I've never seen anything like it. :o) GORGEOUS! I'm so out of the loop, lately, I'm trying to get caught up with some of my "favorites." :o)
Camerio said... (11/29/11 9:41 PM) Reply
Very, very nice. You look wonderful wearing this beautiful dress!
Marge99 said... (11/29/11 4:12 PM) Reply
Love it! Really something special.
Sanibelle said... (11/29/11 11:28 AM) Reply
That is so beautiful. I've always wanted this pattern. Now I want it even more!
JEF said... (11/28/11 9:38 AM) Reply
Stunning.
FreyaStark said... (11/28/11 3:50 AM) Reply
Fabulous. The colour is gorgeous and so is the embroidery.
renren said... (11/28/11 2:15 AM) Reply
Exquisite embroidery work and such a beautiful dress.
Rhonda in Montreal said... (11/27/11 8:37 PM) Reply
WOW!! Really pretty, Margaret!! Kudos for just nice work ;D
becca a said... (11/27/11 8:07 PM) Reply
This dress is absolutely lovely! Fabulous embroidery!
jlg said... (11/27/11 7:47 PM) Reply
Your embroidery is so very pretty.
treefrog said... (11/27/11 7:34 PM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous! The embroidery is just amazing.
Elona said... (11/27/11 7:12 PM) Reply
I think this is the most beautiful rendition I have ever seen of this pattern! Lovely work.
 
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