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September 25, 2009

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Sam

So pretty! (Your daughter and the outfits)

The dress is my favourite. I love the colours :-)

Tabitha O.

It all looks really nice, love the photo in the field!

linda crossley

Oh what memories you brought back to me. My little girls are now 18 and 21, but I still have all my favorite dresses and outfits I sewed for them, couldn't bear to part with them.

Danielle

These are gorgeous, much due to the amazing faric! Do you have a pattern you used for the clothes, or did you concoct the goodness on your own?

jo

adorable fabrics, adorable clothes and an adorable girl! it is so nice seeing your fabrics in action as it were - they look even nicer!

Scott at BlueNickelStudios

Lookin great my friend!!

Alexis

Gorgeous!

Faith

How satisfying it must be to be able to create things with your very own fabric!!!

Dwayne Pech

Both outfits fit her! This post reminded me of my niece. She often mixes and matches her clothes. She'll probably become a designer someday!

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