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Reviewed by:Darla in PA

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Posted on:10/31/04 7:47 PM
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Kath in ON said...
I wish I had read your review before I showed the pattern to my daughter! Looks like I have some work ahead of me..
10/6/10 8:23 AM
sparesm said...
Thanks for the detailed review. I'm a beginning sewer and this sounds way beyond my capabilites so I'm going to keep looking. You just saved me $12!
10/2/10 5:59 PM
mbsews5 said...
The tail on my dragon is too heavy. The directions say to make the filling firm in the tail. I had a heck of a time sewing the seam with the tail on it. My daughter had to hold the tail while I sewed. The seam still looks bad and I want to take some of the stuffing out of the tail. Argh!
5/25/06 7:29 PM
momkoz said...

11/8/04 0:09 AM
momkoz said...
i just got done making this exact same pattern 3 days before halloween. it took me 3 days cutting it all out. this was the pattern from hell! i finally ditched the hands and feet. i couldnt figure out the feet for anything. my other grandson was spose to be a dragon as well. (different colors) however, with only 3 days left, he became a puppy. thank goodness, he is only 2. sewing the heavy cumbersome tail in first was awful. i had to hold up the tail in order to sew the rest of the costume one handed. i ended up safety pinning (shudder) the back of the costume to the hood to prevent the gap. the velcro idea for the tummy is great! i had to shorten both the legs and arms. my grandson fell several times over that long tail. i will never make this costume ever again. thank goodness i am not by myself on this pattern.
11/8/04 0:01 AM
AnneM said...
I'm certain he was adorable. As Cara said, the things Mothers do for their children!
11/1/04 3:57 PM
Cara Frances said...
I can't wait to see pictures - the things we do for our boys!
11/1/04 11:32 AM
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