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The puffy sleeves reminds me of days long gone and how my mom use to dress me..hee hee.
I can tell a lot of details and time is going into them. It will beautiful when your done.


Your gathers look amazing! Puffed sleeves! What fun!



Congratulations to Rebecca.

My hat is off to you for making such a detailed dress for your sweet grand-daughter. I am sure there is a lot of love in every tiny stitch. It looks great so far. I can't wait to see it when you finish.

My how it brings back memories for me. I use to sew dresses for my girls when they were young, and a puffed sleeved formal for my youngest daughter's prom dress. Yes, she wanted me to make it for her. :o)


Oh my goodness. OH MY GOODNESS!

I just can't believe it! THANK you SO much! I am just so thrilled!

PS. My food blog feels left out often~that's how I do it! :-) Notice the last recipe I posted was in JANUARY. *blush* I've been MEANING to get to that.... :-)


That will be so sweet. Love the material too.


Congratulations Rebecca, you are going to love the book.
I love that part about the puffed sleeves. I can't wait to see the finished dress.

Lavender Dreams

I love that part of Anne girl! Puffed sleeves! Congrats to the winner! How neat!


Congrats to rebecca! Puffed sleevs have such a romantic air.


Can't wait to see how the dress turns out! I used that same fabric on an apron a few years ago. It will interesting to see it in a dress. And I love little girl dresses! I have two girls, who are all grown up now, so no more little dresses.

Sharon D.

Congratulations Rebecca!!!

That material is so beautiful! I love the idea of Puffed Sleeves :)

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