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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Woman Magazine> 02-2010-11 (Journal)

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Reviewed by:dawn so cal

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Posted on:7/24/12 8:41 AM
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jannw said... (8/13/12 10:22 PM) Reply
Great dress and you got such a good fit on it!! Good pattern to keep on hand for those smaller fabric pieces also!!
sj3663 said... (8/2/12 7:11 PM) Reply
What a cute little dress! And looks very comfortable. I see many possibilities! Oh, yes...colorblocking as Amanda.Claire suggested and your ruffle idea, for instance!
sewing for fun said... (8/2/12 12:47 PM) Reply
Perfect choice. Looks nice and comfortable for a great variety of fabric choices, from dressy to super casual. I have been happy with all my Ottobre patterns.
Margaret said... (7/25/12 9:44 AM) Reply
Nice fit, looks like a great basic dress!
cerulean said... (7/24/12 10:43 PM) Reply
What a nice, cute little dress! It looks great for summer. I definitely can imagine variations on it too!
Cassandra59 said... (7/24/12 9:32 PM) Reply
Really nice fit; it looks really good on you. Now I can see a lot more possibilities for this pattern! Thank you!
TanyaMT said... (7/24/12 7:12 PM) Reply
It looks great on you. Looks like you got a really wonderful fit!
dawn so cal said... (7/24/12 3:59 PM) Reply
Thanks for the compliments! I am thinking about adding about a 4" ruffle to the hem to make it long enough to wear as a dress. As it is, I'm thinking more nightgown.
Amanda.Claire said... (7/24/12 2:40 PM) Reply
Cute dress! One of the few Ottobre Women mags that I don't have :( I bet color blocking would be good too on this pattern.
wildbluestarz said... (7/24/12 2:13 PM) Reply
Looks super comfy and cute!
HDWen said... (7/24/12 11:11 AM) Reply
What a comfortable and versitle dress! Yes, how many ways you could change some tiny things and have it reach out and explore your wardrobe! Great job on the double stitching too -- ok Adding twin needles to J's shopping list today :-)
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