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Posted on:6/9/13 11:32 PM


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KathySews said... (6/24/13 11:42 AM) Reply
Nice changes. I also often do a gather instead of darts. Very summery
Terri A said... (6/12/13 1:03 AM) Reply
Pretty dress! You look great ;)
MNBarb said... (6/11/13 3:46 PM) Reply
Nice work! It's cute.
Ashford said... (6/10/13 11:45 AM) Reply
Well done, Allnewtome. You graduated from sewer to seamstress when you modified the pattern to fit your shape and modified the design to flatter your shape. You found a good garment match for that fabric you had in your Stash. Keep feeling the joy each time you wear it. You look lovely. And, thanks for the tips in your review.
Sew Whatever said... (6/10/13 5:53 AM) Reply
This looks really good on you. I like the length, perfect for summer. and well done on the neckline feeling secure! not easy to find something to do that.
Rosalaya said... (6/10/13 1:00 AM) Reply
I think the neckline looks exactly right on you. The 'bunching' under the arms just comes from the sleeve and bodice being all in one - don't worry about it, everyone will be in the same boat! And I know you said you had lack of fabric troubles but I think this would be better with a bit more length....mmm?
 
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