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Posted on:5/8/13 12:06 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 1 people   
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Hauteaway said... (5/9/13 1:01 PM) Reply
Thanks Barbara. Want to trade for your new coat? :D Never mind, I need to go strangle Wendy now. I have thought about pockets but want to move on to some tops right now.
Barbara V said... (5/9/13 12:19 PM) Reply
Cute apron. Sorry that the top part didn't work out, but half aprons are very useful as well. Nice job and welcome to reviewing!
wendyrb said... (5/9/13 11:10 AM) Reply
Hey! Congrats on your very first review! Your return to sewing! Mastering so many new methods with your 1/2 apron! I see a great result, but didn't have to sweat it out like you did. Down the road, I'll bet you can enjoy wearing your wonderful apron. You may want to strangle me for this, now that you are finito- how about opening one of the panel seams and inserting a bag pocket? Could be one of your prints or a solid co-ordinator. Knowing how to make those sharp scallops you can do that on a hem for a blouse, skirt or dress. Well done!
 
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