Sunday, April 25, 2010

Black and white sundress- Finished!


Yesterday I said all the things I have to say about remaking this pattern, so here's the pix:
The wiener dog pulling a "I just want to SIT in the sun."
From the back, for both of us.
The print is big stylized roses, although it also reminds me of a giraffe.
Overall, I am pleased. What do you think?

14 comments:

  1. I love it. The rose/giraffe print is awesome. And your dog is really cute.

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  2. Roses, giraffe - either way the print is very cool, and your dress looks fantastic! Looks like a lovely day as well!

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  3. Love it - gorgeous fabric and a beautiful style - very well done!

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  4. I think it looks great. I love it in the purple polka dots too.

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  5. Beautiful, you did a wonderful job. It looks like a nice day in NOLA. T-Rex being stubborn...that's unusual! I love the dress : )

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  6. HEY, I JUST NOTICED YOU HAVE 100 FOLLOWERS ON YOUR BLOG!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. This is the sort of pattern that I would approach with caution (well, I approach ALL patterns with caution because I'm just learning how to sew) because of the fullness of the skirt - not necessarily the most flattering choice for women with hips. But surprisingly, it doesn't look "poofy" at all. Hmm... maybe I should reconsider some of these more full-skirted vintage patterns?

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  8. It looks lovely, how can you score such a great fabric at JoAnn, I never have a good luck there

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  9. LOVE IT! It looks fabulous on you!

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  10. Very very cute. The dress is a great shape for you.

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  11. Love your cute new dress. Tell me, is this fabric cotton-spandex from Joann's? I have some similar and wondered how it sews up.

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  12. Maybe, it was in the "bottom weight" section and definitely has a width-wise stretch to it

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  13. What a lovely summer dress. I think you look gorgeous in it.

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Thanks for your thoughts and feedback!