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April 17, 2009

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Scott at BlueNickelStudios

That dress is Great, Jess! I think people would buy the pattern. To come up with it on your own would be difficult for most people, so the pattern would be necessary. Grandma's especially would buy it, 'cause they would have more time to work on it....or so I hear...

amanda

Hi! I just recently found your blog. I am new to sewing and your blog inspires me to want to learn more! I LOVE that dress and would totally buy the pattern!
thanks for sharing all your creativity!

Sandy

I don't have kids, so I know that I am not really your market research, but I would be willing to bet money that people would pay for that! It is beautiful. You have such a cute family.

Sarah

I think it's cute! I'd personally probably modify it so there were just ruffles at the back of the skirt, because I'm lazy that way... I love Chasing Fireflies too but dang, I just can't justify spending the month's grocery budget on a dress...

Melissa

I would buy it! I was hoping a pattern was coming with your previous post with all the ruffles(and I'm a beginner sewer willing to screw up... errr... I mean... try anything.)

Dawn

Wow! That is so pretty and really unique. I think it would definitely by a desireable pattern.

I see an etsy shop in your future! :)

M

I would definitely love that pattern....gorgeous.

amylouwho

My heart is aching for the time to make something so lovely! Seriously - you amaze me every time! This is so cute and I love all those fabrics too! It's so cute!

Michelle

Soooo beautiful! To be quite honest, much too intimidating for me, but if I was a better seamstress, I'd buy it in a flash! Very nice, and your dear is so right. People better make a fuss, indeed.

Angela Yosten

very... very... cute! great job!

Reese

Love the dress and I'm sure it took a LOT of work to get it looking the way you pictured it in your head. That is always my problem, I have grand visions and carrying them out is the hard part. I do have to say that the first thing that came to mind was "business in the front, party in the back" (in a good way!) Thanks for the pictures, they are beautiful!

Blakely

i love the dress. You would think that it would be warm since Easter fell in April and not March this year.

Dana

So stinkin' cute! I'm not accomplished enough of a sewer yet to attempt it, but I know many others are, and surely would be willing to pay for the pattern!

Cassie

Too cute! Better than I'd even imagined, Jessica.

~Cassie

Mika

I'd love to see a pattern for it!!! At first I thought it was the Studio Tantrum Feliz, then I saw the front which looks like the Precious Dress from You can Make This..it's a really gorgeous dress and you did a stunning job. She's right to expect a fuss when mama makes her dresses like that!

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