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May 09, 2009

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Erin Compton

This makes me miss dancing SO MUCH!

I did ballet for 10 years as well as jazz and modern.

I used to take ballroom and swing classes twice a week and go to dances and minor competitions with an old boyfriend years ago.

I keep trying to get my husband into it but we're just so busy these days. Maybe someday I'll dance again.

Nichole

wow! those dresses are incredible. the more i sew, the more i realize how difficult it is to make clothing. i cannot imagine the number of hours that were put into making these beautiful pieces.

Stacey

You are a dancing with the stars girl? OMG!!! That is awesome. I would love, love, love to learn to do that!

The dresses are wonderful....I am totally impressed!

Allie

That is so fun to see. I love the blue dress and would love to see more!

Amy @ parkcitygirl

Pretty!! Have fun at Market - I know you are going to do great :)

Christina

Wow! You did a great job. You always amaze me with your sewing talents. I'm envious.

umma

wow! it amazing how gorgeous that dress is. I'm officially jealous of your sewing skills.

sandi a.

I haven't stopped by for a bit and my what a surprise to see this talent you have for dressmaking and dancing. You are amazing!! That blue dress is absolutely beautiful and looks lovely on you!!

Sarah

Those are beautiful! Have fun at Market, I can't wait to hear all about it and see how everyone responds to your fabric!

Mary Beth (true up stringer)

Just stopping by to say hi and tell you again how glad I am we met. Keep me posted on your decision!

Scott at BlueNickelStudios

cool pix Jess! It was fun meeting in person at market! DO KEEP US POSTED ON the really BIG news, okay? :):)

sandi a.

Waiting patiently for you to return from Market so we can see your fabric line! Hope you did well!!

Mary

Oh my word, Jona. I am just even more in awe of you now.

Paper Dolls for Boys

Seriously, what DON"T you do?

Have you tried Picnik? It's free and easier to work that photoshop. I live by it.

Cheers,
Tracey

wholesale hama

I like the pink ballroom gown. If I'm not mistaken, I saw the same gown wearing by Aling Dionisia mother of Manny Paquiao in one ballroom dance contest.


-mikee

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