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Posted on:7/10/13 11:22 PM

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Sue Parrott said... (8/8/13 5:57 PM) Reply
love this!
liliv said... (7/12/13 7:11 PM) Reply
Great dress! I love the fabrics together, super slimming effect despite the horizontal stripes!
MNBarb said... (7/12/13 1:49 PM) Reply
How did I miss this terrific pattern? I love a dress that adds curves to those of us who need a little va-voom. You look so good in this style!
Agrippa said... (7/12/13 9:23 AM) Reply
Jemajyng said... (7/11/13 11:39 PM) Reply
Very nice and pretty on you.
Amanda.Claire said... (7/11/13 9:10 PM) Reply
Your dress is too cute! I bet my DD would really like me to make this for her. It reminds a little of the Ottobre dress I made for her a few weeks ago, except I like this better.
slmstyle said... (7/11/13 3:48 PM) Reply
Great dress! The lines of this style are quite flattering on you!
Barbara V said... (7/11/13 1:51 PM) Reply
A very stylish, pretty and flattering dress on you.
HRigg said... (7/11/13 1:26 PM) Reply
Great dress. Thanks for the tip on the armholes.
trinicity said... (7/11/13 10:48 AM) Reply
Superb I love how this turned out
1SewSweet said... (7/11/13 10:12 AM) Reply
It's really nice too, I love your version!
caper81 said... (7/11/13 8:37 AM) Reply
Love this dress! I must get my hands on this pattern ;)
Bonnie O said... (7/11/13 8:32 AM) Reply
Love it! You look great!
ArtAttack said... (7/11/13 7:47 AM) Reply
Ditto everyone look like a million bucks! Go figure on the binding method given, that technique always looks like a lazy alteration job to me. Super cute dress!
cleverkitty said... (7/11/13 7:44 AM) Reply
Wow this turned out so sharp and flattering, this style is easy to wear which I would like more of, the seams and blocking give it that wow factor. You added another beautiful dress to your wardrobe I keep thinking they can't get any better but they do :)
GoodbyeValntino said... (7/11/13 7:17 AM) Reply
What a great summer dress. I truly love this pattern on you!
Lori V said... (7/11/13 7:07 AM) Reply
Fabulous dress on you, the fit is perfect and the fabric is wonderful.
Jstarr4250 said... (7/11/13 6:26 AM) Reply
What a fabulous dress. Not that you need any help, but wow what this dress does to flatter a figure! I'm with you on the armscye binding method. Deer and Doe also recommends this way and it looks very unfinished to me.
Karla Kizer said... (7/11/13 5:28 AM) Reply
Contemporary meets classic. It's a perfect dress.
jlg said... (7/11/13 5:20 AM) Reply
This looks great on you.
arianamaniacs said... (7/11/13 4:23 AM) Reply
Very cool, I've been eyeing this pattern too. I love your dress!
velosewer said... (7/11/13 2:41 AM) Reply
What a cool dress. Love your fabric choice.
mochimo said... (7/11/13 2:39 AM) Reply
Beautiful dress!
Terri A said... (7/11/13 0:45 AM) Reply
This is super stunning on you ;) I agree with you on the binding. Your way sounds a much neater finish...
Amy-may said... (7/11/13 0:07 AM) Reply
You look fabulous, I really like the stripe - great fabric choice!
SewLibra said... (7/10/13 11:57 PM) Reply
Very flattering! I couldn't open the link for the pattern info, but your version is fabulous. I also agree that the way you did the binding is the best looking way.
beanchor said... (7/10/13 11:47 PM) Reply
This looks great! I agree with you about that method of sewing the binding. I prefer the way you made it too I love your fabric choice.
Christas said... (7/10/13 11:32 PM) Reply
What a terrific looking dress on you! I love the detail the fabrics make when sewn together.... very nice!
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