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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 29655-1004 (Swirl sheath dress)

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Posted on:8/13/13 9:45 AM


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yummymummy38 said... (8/18/13 6:33 AM) Reply
Fantastic lines, love the subtle contrast of matte and shiny in the design lines, assymetrical neckline, well done on your persistence
Sue Parrott said... (8/17/13 9:43 AM) Reply
Absolutely amazing dress! Wow!
prostheticsgirl said... (8/15/13 1:02 PM) Reply
Wow, I think this is such an amazing dress! I love how you highlighted the fabulous curving lines by using the matte and shiny of the fabric. I'm so glad you didn't use a really dark fabric either, as the magic of the dress would be lost.
petro said... (8/14/13 4:25 PM) Reply
Nice dress! I like that you have used a subtle contrast for the different swirls.
JOshiro said... (8/14/13 10:10 AM) Reply
This is a fascinating process! You did amazing work - the flowing lines are so organic, the tone-on-tone contrast is super classy, the perfect stitching is the cherry on the cake. Great job!
redside said... (8/14/13 8:46 AM) Reply
What a great idea to use both sides of the fabric--it is perfect!
TracyTheMaterialGirl said... (8/14/13 7:54 AM) Reply
It looks great Melissa - the mix of gloss with matte is really effective. And I was there at its inception so I feel like a Godmother :-)
Longblades said... (8/14/13 7:53 AM) Reply
Lovely, just lovely. Great colour for you, not many can wear that salmon hue. Wish I could. Love the asymmetric neckline. Did you stagger the back seams a fraction so as to have less bulk meeting at one place where the zipper would go? Think I see that. Hope you don't outshine the bride. :)
Danvillegirl said... (8/14/13 5:23 AM) Reply
Great job!!!
lilikats said... (8/14/13 4:26 AM) Reply
Very impressive, what dedication! Looks totally worth the time you spent
SJ Kurtz said... (8/13/13 11:19 PM) Reply
It turned out great. Thank heavens for friends with big big big tables!
Dilliander said... (8/13/13 9:19 PM) Reply
Fabulous Melissa!
sherri930 said... (8/13/13 8:19 PM) Reply
Wow! I am way impressed - very good job! It looks very nice on you, flattering and I love the color.
mary in FL said... (8/13/13 8:04 PM) Reply
So cool and very creative!
velosewer said... (8/13/13 7:49 PM) Reply
This is truely gorgeous!!
caper81 said... (8/13/13 6:05 PM) Reply
Stunning dress! Hats off to you for all the work you put in.:) Looks great on you!
Amanda.Claire said... (8/13/13 3:35 PM) Reply
What a great dress! Kudos for you. That was a lot of persevering.
Amanda.Claire said... (8/13/13 3:31 PM) Reply
What a great dress! Kudos for you. That was a lot of persevering.
grays08 said... (8/13/13 12:37 PM) Reply
The dress, fabrics and designs are stunning, but you in it, make it fabulous! Your training is really showcased here, and you should be so proud of it. Keep up the great work!
ChristinePDX said... (8/13/13 12:20 PM) Reply
Stunning! The color is beautiful on you.
karenadey said... (8/13/13 10:47 AM) Reply
wow, your dress came out very nice. and yeah, that was a lot of pins, lol
ArtAttack said... (8/13/13 9:59 AM) Reply
Beautiful! Love the contrast shiny and matte, it really shows off the swirl.
 
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