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October 15, 2008

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Channing

That's why you have to post pictures - because WE appreciate the details. I'm sure most people wouldn't notice there are veins on the leaves but they notice it looks polished. And that's in the details. Did you tell us what Aurora is going to be this year? If you happen to choose a Bambi character, could you do it quickly so I know what to do for my kids???? =) I finally bought material for two of them but don't know where to start.

Michelle

So cute. I especially love the pumpkin fairy.

Paper Dolls for Boys

I'm double posting! Do you have any ideas for a "simple" (read I DO NOT have your sewing skills) dog costume for my little guy? I can't talk him into the skunk I made for my big guy when he was 2.
Thanks - like how you are my costume GO TO person now? :)
Tracey

Jen Borley

You are truly talented. Those are so precious & adorable. . .not to mention the child:) She is too darn cute!

Anne

Amazing! Your beautifully constructed costumes look as good from behind as they do head-on.

All of the commercial costumes appear okay in front, but when the child walks away, what's seen is a solid-color back panel held together with a hapless tie at the neck.

Kathy

super cute!!!

Heather

I would love to make the pumpkin fairy costume. Any guidance you could give (especially for the hat) would be greatly appreciated! You make such awesome costumes!

Erica

Did you use a pattern for the pumpkin?

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