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Pattern Reviews> Vintage Fashion Library> 2528 (Dress circa 1940)

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Reviewed by:ChantillyDreams

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Posted on:4/15/12 3:31 PM
Last Updated:4/16/12 9:13 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 4 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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AnneM said... (6/5/12 8:13 AM) Reply
Lovely dress, what a nice style. Your dress came out very well.
Sickofitcindy said... (4/26/12 1:00 AM) Reply
Love this!
ChantillyDreams said... (4/25/12 8:59 AM) Reply
I really appreciate the feedback. I don't personally know any garment sewers, so your encouragement means a lot!
Betty Stitchup said... (4/24/12 11:58 PM) Reply
What a stunning dress - you've done a fabulous job, I love the choice of fabric, and all the little details. Good luck with the competition - you've got my vote!
Margaret said... (4/22/12 7:14 PM) Reply
Looks great on you -- wonderful fabric combo!
StudioCherie said... (4/20/12 3:13 PM) Reply
Wonderful review. Fabulous dress! I know just the bag to go with it. I hope you enjoy the vintage style frame bag pattern I am sending you. Congratulations.
facesunderwater said... (4/18/12 10:46 AM) Reply
Beautiful vintage dress.
Aroura said... (4/17/12 6:24 PM) Reply
Very classy!! love it.
ChantillyDreams said... (4/17/12 9:22 AM) Reply
Thanks for all of your kind words. I had so much fun making it, and your encouragement makes it all the better!
momsurfing said... (4/16/12 11:13 PM) Reply
Sewiing Sue said... (4/16/12 10:31 PM) Reply
The flattering black panels that nip in the waist, the collars, the shoes and picture framing, the belt...everything so well thought out in this outfit and presentation... those pin tucks are truly awesome.
JEF said... (4/16/12 1:31 PM) Reply
Jill Giard said... (4/16/12 10:21 AM) Reply
LDT2011 said... (4/16/12 6:44 AM) Reply
What a lovely dress. I like the monochrome it a stylish twist.
lyndle said... (4/16/12 5:09 AM) Reply
Gorgeous dress! I like your version even more than the pattern one.
petro said... (4/16/12 1:49 AM) Reply
So elegant§ It looks great on you.
jenleeC said... (4/15/12 9:35 PM) Reply
Great dress! Those waisted 1940's styles are so flattering for those of us with waists and hips!
Hilary said... (4/15/12 9:24 PM) Reply
What a pretty dress, and it looks so cute on you!
magpie57 said... (4/15/12 8:33 PM) Reply
A wonderful dress. Very informative review and blog. I guess most women sewed than so there was not the need for every little detail on the instruction sheet. Your dress looks very flattering on you. and your shoes are to die for!!!
velosewer said... (4/15/12 8:16 PM) Reply
Very vintage.
RadarRadiance said... (4/15/12 7:55 PM) Reply
You did a fantastic job on this dress, very pretty and classy.
Mary Stiefer said... (4/15/12 5:45 PM) Reply
This looks wonderful on your and I, like you, think black and white is classic.
zoe said... (4/15/12 3:57 PM) Reply
Beautiful! I hope to try a vintage pattern one day soon myself.
Kuby said... (4/15/12 3:37 PM) Reply
This looks adorable on you. I love the sleeves.
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