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  1. rebeccadoe said:

    There it is again: the empire waist :-)
    You can wear it though and it doesn’t have to be a nightgown.
    I started sewing with jerseys and sweats.It’s so much easier than with wovens. Fit and presision is much less important, knits are just so forgiving (unless of course you turn the pattern upside-down :-) …)
    Whenever I need a quick project: it’s knits.

    I see you at Kids Clothes Week!

    Herzliche Grüße,
    rebecca

    April 2, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      I know :) I do think it looks nice- I think it’s all in my mind about wearing high-waisted dresses :) Loving sewing knitwear!

      April 2, 2014
  2. Kelly said:

    This makes such a great nightgown! I’ve been wanting (needing) to make a nightgown with long sleeves but keep putting it off for some reason…

    April 2, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      This pattern is perfect for a nightgown! So comfy and makes me feel prettier when I’m wearing it around the house instead of my yoga pants :)

      April 2, 2014
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    April 14, 2014
  4. amber wiewel said:

    Very cute! I’m hoping to make this dress soon; it will be good for me as I’m still nursing :-)

    April 15, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks Amber! It’s a great little dress, and perfect for nursing!

      April 15, 2014

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