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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5744 (Misses' Dress and Belt)

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Posted on:8/2/12 1:51 PM


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Zoomitron said... (6/24/13 2:29 PM) Reply
HAHA - your skin is NOT a blank pasty canvas -- NONO. This dress is just adorable. Great job.
Scheri said... (8/3/12 11:45 AM) Reply
Great dress.
cleverkitty said... (8/3/12 10:21 AM) Reply
so pretty on you~
Lori V said... (8/3/12 0:00 AM) Reply
THis is super cute on you, great job.
hme75 said... (8/2/12 11:05 PM) Reply
Such a cute dress - I like your version so much better than the pattern envelope. And I'm with you, I've become much better friends with my iron since I started sewing!
sj3663 said... (8/2/12 9:35 PM) Reply
Adorable dress and so cute on you! Nice job!
slmstyle said... (8/2/12 6:40 PM) Reply
How pretty, nice work!
SewWil said... (8/2/12 6:34 PM) Reply
Very pretty dress!
Elizabeth made this said... (8/2/12 3:41 PM) Reply
What a lovely easy summer dress.
zoe said... (8/2/12 3:25 PM) Reply
Just beautiful! You've done a wonderful job. As per your comment in your blog about pressing: in sewing, the iron is very important to a quality looking garment: press every step of the way for really precise and finished results. There are some patterns where I've spent much more time with the iron than the sewing machine. The iron is one of your best tools in creating a garment. (You've been really productive). :)
 
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