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Peasant dress

Added Mar 30, 2008

by nenasew

Florida, United ...

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Description

I purchased this fabric at Walmart for a $1.00 a yard. I’m happy with the end result but the fabric is little too patchworky for me. It does go with the overall look of the dress. I used a Burda maternity pattern which now I realize needs to be retired. Even though, I took a few inches from the front skirt, I still look kinda pregnant. I did use decorative stitches to hem for the first time since I bought my fancy sewing machine.

Material Notes

Georgette
100% Polyester

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

Burda 8377

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    Jun 9, 2008, 10.52 AMby bellamabella

    i love love love this dress!

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    May 22, 2008, 09.02 AMby anniestitches

    love that fabric – i don’t think that it looks very maternity. However, having just come off of a pregnancy, I totally understand that there are certain looks that you don’t want to see on your bod in an unpregnant state. regardless, it is a really cute dress.

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    Apr 4, 2008, 05.02 PMby surfingonalemon

    I like the style a lot too and I actually like the fabric. I am drawn to older looking patterns.

    Nice dress!

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    Mar 31, 2008, 04.06 AMby miss-g

    I like the style, its a lot like Anda.

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