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McCall's 6070 Finished!!!!

       I have finally finished McCall's 6070...The dress construction is not hard, even for a beginner such as myself...The directions were fairly good overall. I think it took so long for me to complete the dress, because  simply I am not in love with the fabric as I stated in a previous post....Oh well ,I could always wear this dress as a house dress,especially when you do not want to be in sweats or pj's all day...The only alteration I did to the dress was to not add the elastic waist casing, seeing that this dress was for in the house casual wear.I didn't feel I needed it. I will note that the dress is extremely comfortable, so although I am not fond of the fabric.I am however in love with the comfort of this dress! So in all I am glad that I finished and completed another garment, but now I am ready to get to the meat and potatoes (zippers, buttonholes, linings) lol wish me the best Divas!   As always Divas be blessed and nothin' less!

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  1. That turned out really cute. I love the fit and the print.

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  2. I don't see anything wrong with that fabric. I like both the dress and the fabric. JOb well done.

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  3. I like the dress on you! You did a good job! I don't think the fabric is bad, either.

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  4. Thanks Ladies, the fabric is really faded I mean bad too...It came that way, it doesn't show up in the pic, but trust it is faded...But if you ladies think it's cute then I trust your judgement lol!

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  5. Good job on your dress it looks great on you.

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  6. Shari thank you so much! I just found your blog yesterday and your work is outstanding! Very professional looking garments!

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