Added Mar 9, 2013
I used two patterns for the dress. For the arms I used 10/2011 #122 and for the lower part of the dress I used #123A from the same magazine. I love the dress. It’s suitable for every occasion and I feel professional and also like a lady in it.
In pictures the dress is a little bit turned up in the center. That’s because I asked to take pictures after a concert. So, I was sitting last hour and I didn’t see that it makes ugly folds on me.
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