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June's Dresses

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Sew much fun to make.
June's Dresses from Mom's fabric.
Posted by June Gregory on May 8, 2010 Full Size|



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June Gregory
8:35 PM on September 13, 2011 
Hi Carol, I enjoyed meeting you too. I always like meeting people from Tucson. I miss it. Let me know how your dress truns out. Keep sewing!

11:49 PM on September 12, 2011 
June, Loved meeting you yesterday and admiring your dresses. I am now going to attempt a ruffle dress. Stay tuned! I have a lot of donated narrow bias tape that I didn't want to bother with, but I think I can do the armholes! I said hello to Tucson for you!
1:18 AM on October 5, 2010 
My stash has a purpose! And your careful attention to detail such as the slight rounding at the neck is lovely. I will make one tomorrow and recruit others for an assembly line. Thank you for sharing this modest pattern & pics.
Connie Shelly
12:57 PM on September 19, 2010 
Very pretty dresses with the ruffle and pocket. I bet these little girls feel very pretty and all dressed up in their brand new dress! Good work for a good cause. Happy sewing!
June Gregory
9:05 PM on June 18, 2010 
I am glad you like this idea. I am having fun with it. If I every run out of eyelet I have a lot of trims to put on the bottom of a self fabric ruffle. My goal is to clean out my sewing room, one dress at a time. After 50 years of accumulation it will be a long process.
Donna Miller
9:05 AM on June 18, 2010 
June I love this idea, I am going to make one today, thanks so much for sharing these adordable dresses with us. It's a great way to eliminate the cost of wide bias tapes!
Dress A Girl
1:14 AM on May 9, 2010 
June, Those are so cute! I can't wait to get the pattern for those:)