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How to Make Three Quick Dresses

Jun 27, 2011
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In this article from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 3, Christine Haynes shows how to make three quick and easy-to-sew dresses that are anything but homespun. They are modern, stylish, and fun choices suitable for an upcoming holiday party, date night, or adventure out on the town. So when you make that killer entrance, don’t be surprised when you shock your friends with the news that you made it yourself.

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  1. user-2482195 June 19th

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  2. Evamarie February 4th

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  3. Liz_S February 4th

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