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Reviewed by:The Dreamstress

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Posted on:12/31/11 3:44 AM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 4 people   
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HDWen said... (1/24/12 8:59 PM) Reply
Retro that looks so very classy on you! Very stylish and I like the wider shoulder straps
Raye Ann said... (1/1/12 12:04 PM) Reply
The pattern may not be special, but your sundress is! Very pretty.
Schnauzer said... (12/31/11 10:02 PM) Reply
I love this dress, especially as it has been sewn using the techniques of the 50s. Beautiful work!
Norsecross said... (12/31/11 2:42 PM) Reply
The bird fabric is to die for! it must have come off the loom with instructions " MAKE ME INTO A SUNDRESS". I am totally going to steal your short-zipper button trick. Brilliant and eco friendly, think of all the gas you saved not running a specific errand for a silly zipper. I have the same experience with vintage patterns, they are unduly modest around the neckline and they assume you will be wearing a corset/girdle. you get special credit for the piping...what a cute!
SewWil said... (12/31/11 12:31 PM) Reply
Super cute dress! Great fabric / pattern combination.
kimmielovesparis said... (12/31/11 12:11 PM) Reply
Love the retro look. The fabric is fab! You did a great job.
Huntwoman said... (12/31/11 7:17 AM) Reply
Your dress is gorgeous, I love this fabric choice and the way you put it together.
Sassy T said... (12/31/11 6:11 AM) Reply
Well I clicked into your pic and thought . . .OMG that is so pretty. The fabric is to die for. And so very 50's.
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