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Thread: Hunger Games - Blue Reaping Dress

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    Hunger Games - Blue Reaping Dress

    Here is a photo of Anneliese's blue dress she designed and made inspired by the blue reaping dress from the Hunger Games as shown on the right with actress Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen. I am so proud of Anneliese, she is only 12 years old. She will be showing this dress as part of her "Hunger Games" line in our 2013 fall fashion show. Next on her list is to make a gown inspired by the fire dress that Katniss wore!
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    She did a wonderful job and be sure to post her next creation, will be watching for it.

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    terrific job! she should be proud
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    Quite a nice seamstress already! Great job!

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    it's amazing. she's a great designer. My Mother could do that, but that talent missed me.

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    Looks like she is off to a great start in the fashion world. Prom is going to be fun at your house in a few years. Just imagine what a great dress she will create.

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    Well, hey, she is good! It looks like a professional seamstress made her dress. Wow!

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    You are right to be proud! It looks like she has a great talent and future.

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    I can't wait to see more!

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    She looks like a wonderful seamstress! After she develops her skills as a dressmaker, she will be able to branch out into designing her own ensembles, how exciting!

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    She did a FANTASTIC job!!! Well done!

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    She is very talented.....and at only 12, she'll grow even better! Great Job!
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    Great job! I loved the books! (and the movie)

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    Lovely, just lovely. I know you are so proud!!
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    Done is better than perfect.

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    Oh how wonderful to have someone young designing and carrying on an art that seemed to be dying .. GOOD for her!!

    She looks great and looks like she hit it on the nose !
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    nice job! oh to realize a talent and love for sewing at her age . . wonderful
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    Wow!!! Great job! She is an excellent seamstress at a young age!

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    Congratulations of a wonderful job by a brilliant young seamstress!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    it's amazing. she's a great designer. My Mother could do that, but that talent missed me.
    Me too! My mother was an excellent seamstress. She made mine ans my sister's wedding dresses. I can quilt, but I am not very good at making clothes!

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