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Posted on:4/9/05 2:27 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 


Review Rating: Helpful by 5 people    Very Helpful by 9 people   
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JoAnn'sRose said... (4/14/05 7:11 PM) Reply
I find this to be a beauatiful design that brings out the very best in a larger girl
DaneDogMom said... (4/14/05 4:23 PM) Reply
This fabric (and the other stretch velvets that I've used) comes from Pacific Fabric and Iron Works on 4th Ave in South Seattle - South of Safeco Field even, where they have the Mariner's MoJo! It's a warehouse sort of place, and they have TABLES heaped with stretch velvet. Most of it is glittery and gaudy and goes for about $4.99 a yard. Shimmery - wonderful stuff! I'll check to see who their distributor is the next time I go and let you all know.
Annika said... (4/11/05 6:38 PM) Reply
I have seen this dress in person...it is a knock out! And it fits you very well, JoLo
Harriet Rogers said... (4/11/05 11:48 AM) Reply
love the flounce. I would not have bought this pattern, but now that I see the flounce, it's on my must list. This looks great on you: hope you don't mind if I copy the flounce!
Debbie Cook said... (4/10/05 12:31 PM) Reply
Beautiful! Loved your review -- informative *and* entertaining!!
CatherineG said... (4/10/05 6:52 AM) Reply
That is one gorgeous dress. Thank you for the review and all your creativity.
Danvillegirl said... (4/10/05 6:47 AM) Reply
I love the fabric. Neat idea for the flounce. Very nice.
jlg said... (4/10/05 6:45 AM) Reply
This is lovely. The flounce really gives it a WOW factor.
Lilibet said... (4/9/05 10:29 PM) Reply
Very stylish. Love your garden too.
Modiste Madness said... (4/9/05 8:35 PM) Reply
Very impressive. I also would like to know where you found the fabric?
Lyn B. said... (4/9/05 7:59 PM) Reply
Wow! You are the diva of LH patterns! This is a really beautiful dress.
lazylol said... (4/9/05 4:03 PM) Reply
Gorgeous - where do you get the lovely fabrics from?
Geri Lynn said... (4/9/05 3:13 PM) Reply
When I saw the photo, I thought, "wow, exquisite fabric!" Your dress looks very expensive and classy. Great job! The flounce is a perfect touch.
CarolynGM said... (4/9/05 3:01 PM) Reply
Loes would be proud at the stunning way you've put these two patterns together. Your dress is gorgeous. Where do you find these wonderful fabrics?
tigger said... (4/9/05 2:55 PM) Reply
Your dress is defintely a WOW in my opinion (these are the ones that I just go, wow, that looks great, as a first reaction). I love the way you've added the flounce from the swing skirt on this dress - I have the swing skirt pattern and love the finished swing skirt as well so I would defintely make your alteration! Great review!
Peggy L said... (4/9/05 2:49 PM) Reply
Great idea to add the flounce! Very pretty!
Cathy Loves Fabric said... (4/9/05 2:36 PM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful dress! Wonderful fabric selection. I think the flounce just makes the dress...it's so feminine.
 
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