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Stripey green dress

Added Apr 3, 2008

by hejin

Singapore, Singa...






I went without the drawstring, and changed it to a square neckline, and shortened the skirt. I made a sash to belt the dress up. Great, easy to follow pattern. Extremely versatile.

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    May 12, 2008, 03.08 PMby anniestitches

    love the fabric! the sash really makes it more versatile – it begs for a wide patent leather belt.

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    Apr 3, 2008, 05.34 PMby calicocouture

    This is adorable! I love the sash, especially how it’s tied in the first image.

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    Apr 3, 2008, 09.04 AMby polychromatin

    Cool! I’m not really a friend of Anda, to be honest I think the Anda shown here on Burdastyle is kind of ugly, but yours looks so good! The fresh colors are great!

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    Apr 3, 2008, 08.57 AMby reneebeth

    I also like the sash idea. this way you can tie it wherever you’d like—under the bustline, at your waist, or like a dropped waist thing! versatile, indeed.

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    Apr 3, 2008, 08.41 AMby oonaballoona

    love your material— any chance we can see the neckline? i’m always intrigues by changes to the anda :)

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    Apr 3, 2008, 08.22 AMby flowerhead

    Great fabric and color. I really like your sash idea.

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