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Thread: Good Deeds Dress-Not Quilty

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    Good Deeds Dress-Not Quilty

    This is a pattern that shows you how to make a simple dress that is perfect for those of you who sew dresses for the impoverished girls who live in orphanges, etc. It is also a really nice pattern to use for making something special for your little loved ones.

    I made my first two dresses out of this pattern last night, and they are adorable. I used up some of my smaller fabric pieces for the bodice, and then I used some of my coordinating larger pieces for the skirt! It is sooooo cute! Enjoy!

    http://nightowlsmenagerie.com/pdf/Th...nbyElysium.pdf

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    Thank you for sharig this pattern. what I like too about the pattern it goes to size 14. Many dress patterns for girls at best go to 8 or 10.
    Anna Quilts

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    Cute dress, thank you.

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    This would be a good pattern to recycle old clothes into, ie: cut down adult dresses and use the fabric for this.
    Let God be your quilt and wrap you in His loving care.

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    Thanks -- I need to get to work making some of these.
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    Cute pattern!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain deb View Post
    This would be a good pattern to recycle old clothes into, ie: cut down adult dresses and use the fabric for this.
    Exactly! I have several adult skirts that can be cut down to use either for the skirt, bodice, or both!

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