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Posted on:11/12/13 6:08 AM
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Butterick: 5917 by busybody  Butterick: 5917 by busybody  
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 3 people   
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ELuvSew said... (12/10/13 8:45 PM) Reply
Oh my, I love the button detail. Great job and it looks way harder than a zipper.
Nokiaj59 said... (11/13/13 11:33 PM) Reply
Beautiful detail!
Nokiaj59 said... (11/13/13 11:32 PM) Reply
Beautiful detail!
Nokiaj59 said... (11/13/13 11:32 PM) Reply
Beautiful detail!
Nokiaj59 said... (11/13/13 11:32 PM) Reply
Beautiful detail!
Nokiaj59 said... (11/13/13 11:32 PM) Reply
Beautiful detail!
Pj3g said... (11/13/13 2:29 PM) Reply
I agree with Jstarr--if you can do these buttons, you can do anything! Beautiful dress!
SewWil said... (11/12/13 11:14 PM) Reply
Beautiful dress! Great job on the buttons.
Danmar said... (11/12/13 10:00 PM) Reply
Very nice job!
caper81 said... (11/12/13 5:44 PM) Reply
Very classy in the black & white satin! Really takes this pattern up a notch. The covered buttons look great:)
WinterQueen said... (11/12/13 2:34 PM) Reply
Lovely to see this dress made in a satin. And I absolutely love your buttons down the back idea. Genius! :)x
sewing for fun said... (11/12/13 1:27 PM) Reply
BEAUTIFUL and elegant dress... SO much nicer than pattern illustration.
charliegirl127 said... (11/12/13 10:40 AM) Reply
What a beautiful dress. Your buttons are amazing!
Melwyk said... (11/12/13 10:33 AM) Reply
This is a beautiful rendition of this pattern. Love the button idea, it looks really fancy with this fabric choice and certainly gives a formal air. Lovely.
Jstarr4250 said... (11/12/13 10:22 AM) Reply
My word- if you can do that amazing button detail I'm sure you could do an invisible zip in your sleep. But using buttons to avoid the contrast color zipper issue was a very well thought out solution. Bravo on this lovely dress.
RobbieK said... (11/12/13 9:49 AM) Reply
I have this pattern to sew for my DD's Can't wait!
Laury S said... (11/12/13 9:13 AM) Reply
You say you don't do zippers well...WOW you sure know how to do amazing button detail! Bravo!
HRigg said... (11/12/13 8:37 AM) Reply
This is a nice take on this pattern. Your buttons down the back look really good and certainly add to the high end look of the dress. I think I would have taken the easy way and just gone for a concealed zip!
 
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