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Posted on:3/12/13 9:13 AM


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imsewcrazy said... (3/17/13 11:43 AM) Reply
This dress looks lovely on you!! I love the fabric!
Izybel18 said... (3/13/13 1:49 PM) Reply
Thank you so much everyone!
jgmafpw said... (3/13/13 8:49 AM) Reply
Very pretty and versitle dress! Looks lovely on you.
Danvillegirl said... (3/13/13 5:19 AM) Reply
I really like your dress and the fabric you chose to use. Very flattering.
caper81 said... (3/12/13 10:32 PM) Reply
Oh goodie, another great review of this pattern :) Enjoyed your blog too!
Jstarr4250 said... (3/12/13 10:35 AM) Reply
Your dress looks wonderful. Great job and very well written blog post full of helpful common sense for those who are new to sewing.
KensingtonCrab said... (3/12/13 9:54 AM) Reply
Great fabric and pattern choice!
grays08 said... (3/12/13 9:48 AM) Reply
I love this. I just bought this pattern after seeing all the great versions people have made of this. Thanks for your review and great dress!
 
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