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Posted on:5/5/12 9:34 AM

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Adaire said...
So pretty and a little different than the average robe. My daughter would love this.
7/3/13 9:50 AM
cocosloft said...
Love it! nice to see it in a knit as well.
5/6/12 0:28 AM
FreyaStark said...
Very pretty.
5/5/12 6:12 PM
Miss Vintage said...
Thanks, Zoe and Renren. Renren: for what it's worth, so far I've only ended up using the ruffler for items that I 'designed' myself, i.e. without a pattern. Due to the time it takes to make all the measurements, I haven't found it really saves any work when making something from a commercial pattern, unless one wants very uniform ruffles (that look more like pleats to me).
5/5/12 1:32 PM
Renren said...
Very nice. I had wondered about those ruffler attachments and how you could predict the length of the resulting ruffle. Also, I agree about pockets in bathrobes. I actually prefer pockets in almost everything!
5/5/12 12:54 PM
zoe said...
Beautiful robe!
5/5/12 10:44 AM
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