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Thread: Some Christmas Dresses

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    Your sewing skills are awesome, and the girls are just lovely!
    Blessed Be
    Darlene

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    Congratulations on making such beautiful dresses, as well as dressing your girls like little ladies. I totally agree that most store bought dresses are indecent!

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    your girls look so cute in their dresses. You did a wonderful job on them. I agree with the dresses for kids in the stores. They should be dressed like kids not little mini models. My 10 yr old is 5 ft 2 in and I have such a hard time with finding clothing that is appropriate for her age. I think I should just be finding patterns and making it all myself.
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    The dresses are beautiful! Nice job, your girls are adorable.
    Claudette Gulley
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    Quote Originally Posted by hperttula123 View Post
    your girls look so cute in their dresses. You did a wonderful job on them. I agree with the dresses for kids in the stores. They should be dressed like kids not little mini models. My 10 yr old is 5 ft 2 in and I have such a hard time with finding clothing that is appropriate for her age. I think I should just be finding patterns and making it all myself.
    That's how I first got into sewing. I didn't even know how to turn on a sewing machine 6 years ago. A friend gave me one lesson and the rest I learned by trial and error. Then she gave me one quilting lesson a year later, but I didn't pick it up. Then, 3 years ago I was on bed rest for a while so I picked up some beginner quilting books and learned from there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams View Post
    They are gorgeous... and so are the dresses. I love your girls' smiles. They must warm your heart constantly.
    I agree wholeheartedly. Merry Christmas.
    Alma
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