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Knip dress finished


I finally finished the Knip dress, happy with the result, but not so much with the pattern.
You can read the full review here.

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  1. wow, this came out great, love the color. I tried to find this mag but no luck, yours is beautiful

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  2. I already commented on your review, but I'll add some here. The dress is wonderfully flattering on you and really points up your small waist. Great alterations to make this work. Thanks for the great pictures; they are very helpful to my efforts.

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  3. Looks lovely on you. Nice shoes too! (both pairs)

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  4. I am heading over to read your review. The dress looks fabulous on your.

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  5. Thanks for this detailed review. The dress took my fancy after I've seen you writing about it a few weeks ago. I had to have this issue of the knipmode and I got it!
    Now it's on my list and I'm grateful for the effort you made describing all the details.
    By the way, the dress looks great on you - one more reason that I want one, too! :-)

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  6. Yay! A red dress! It really is lovely, not just the color and you look great in it. What are those shoes you're wearing? I can only see part of them in the picture, but they did catch my eye.

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  7. The dress sure looks great! I have to read the review later on today.

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  8. That looks lovely on you. It's such a cheery color. BV is great for sewing inspiration.

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  9. Sigrid because he looks very well this dress. Enjoy you throughout the summer ..... greetings. Paco

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  10. Sigrid, the dress looks smashing.
    I am so glad you will continue to blog in English. I know it is time-consuming, so- thank you!
    And I really hope your shoulder /arm improve.

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  11. The dress is beautiful, ideal for the summer weather! Well done!

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