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June 25, 2009

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Anne

What a cute romper! And such an adorable little model! I posted a link to your tutorial at Craft Gossip Sewing:
http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-sew-a-sundressromper-for-your-little-girl/2009/06/26/
--Anne

Ashley H

I LOVE the fabric choices!

Rachel

WOW-this is gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing this, I'll be linking.

muralimanohar

Oh, MAN!!! Now I have a million dress ideas running through my head! lol Like I need more? :p

Thanks!

Laura

This is absolutely gorgeous! I have made this for my 1 year old from your tutorial, thank you so much I love it! You can see it on my blog http://craftbird.blogspot.com/ and I have added your link. Laura x

sue

Hi
Fab tutorial, your little girl is adorable and she models this gorgeous dress perfectly. I have a 6month old grandaughter so I think this is now on my to sew list luv sue x

Roseanne

I love this dress! and I just have to get that Patty Young print. Have you mixed it with other Michael Miller fabrics or something else? ♥

Nicole Salcido

This is such a great outfit! I'm pregnant and due in April this would be a great outfit for my baby. How big would you suggest making the top for 0-3 months and
6-9 months? I wanted to make one in both sizes. Love your fabric choices as well so adorable! Please email me at [email protected] for how big I should cut everything to make the top for those 2 different sizes. Thank you very much! So glad I came across your page great tutorial as well :)

Jennifer

Oh how I wish it wasn't 30 degrees outside. I would make this in a split second!

Cassie J

What a cutie patootie. Thanks for sharing your talents with the rest of us in this big world.

Elissa

Wow! Congratulations. This is really beautiful.
(Run, run, as fast as you can, you can't catch me with a camera in your hand!) I liked it very much. This made me remember my princess, she doesn{t like posing too.

Coach outlet

I LOVE the fabric choices!very nice!Yes, yes, yes, looking so beautiful!

Switham81

Thank you for the wonderful tut! I linked you in my blog
makeityourdamnself.blogspot.com

Natasha Lewis

You did a wonderful job on teaching! Inspired me and I do not know how to sew anything but a button.

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