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Posted on:12/12/12 9:08 AM


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liliv said... (5/18/13 7:36 PM) Reply
Totally adorable!
usbeckers said... (12/31/12 11:45 AM) Reply
That is adorable.
Jstarr4250 said... (12/16/12 10:13 PM) Reply
Great looking dress. The fabric is just wonderful.
Andreahg said... (12/14/12 1:30 PM) Reply
What a cute dress!!
ggf2005 said... (12/14/12 11:49 AM) Reply
lovely
LynneH said... (12/13/12 8:06 AM) Reply
This is a great pattern. I have made several for my daughters. One of their favourites. Love your fabric choice!!
pdiddly said... (12/13/12 3:40 AM) Reply
stunning dress
Mazzygirl said... (12/13/12 2:13 AM) Reply
that is an absolutely stunning rendtition of a gorgeous dress pattern. I would steal that from you in a wink! Just beautiful & well worth the effort!
Claverie said... (12/12/12 7:48 PM) Reply
That is so sweet, I do like your two-toned collar.
emr said... (12/12/12 6:28 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress. Perfect pairing of fabrics as well. Did you line the dress? It may help with the loose weave issue. From the picture, it does not look like the weave caused you any trouble with staying on grain. It's amazing from top to bottom.
CissieW said... (12/12/12 3:02 PM) Reply
What a perfect dress. Love your fabric choice, though I well know how worrisome boucle can be to work with. Underlining helps, especially since these loosely woven fabrics tend to stretch. Also pinking or serging the raw edges works sometimes.
Sixtiesgirl said... (12/12/12 2:01 PM) Reply
I think if you click on the pic on this site, it goes to the blog and you can just scroll through to find the picture of the whole dress.
Sixtiesgirl said... (12/12/12 2:00 PM) Reply
Check my blog for the picture of the whole dress. It is http://sewingsixties.wordpress.com/2012/12/12/new-look-6909-2/
prostheticsgirl said... (12/12/12 1:11 PM) Reply
Cute!
SavageCoco said... (12/12/12 11:56 AM) Reply
Oh, this looks darling! Yes, more pics please!
AuntieShel said... (12/12/12 10:44 AM) Reply
OMG, this is absolutely gorgeous!!! Can you post a pic of the whole dress? So beautiful!!! Fabric is to die for even though it was hard to work with. Great job!!!
 
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