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  1. mari said:

    I just realized that I have the same book where this skirt came from :0) Happy day :D m. Yours looks so very, very pretty Rebecca !

    January 26, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      Awesome! It’s such a great pattern book! Thanks so much for the compliments :)

      January 26, 2014
  2. crab&bee said:

    Your skirt turned out so beautifully! The pattern is so lovely and crisp. And I really like the stitched pattern on the PJ fronts. You might already know this, but you may want to serge the edges of any pieces you dye before sewing – I had all of my seam allowance fray when I did that!

    January 28, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much! I love how the skirt turned out! I’m excited to try the stitching again, I do like how it turned out on the front. I did have a little bit of fraying but not too bad. I usually just do a simple basting beforehand(before I pre-wash my fabric) but I bet serging would work better. Thanks for the tip!

      January 28, 2014
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