Wow its beautiful! It looks great!
Whoa, mama! You're looking good! Are you still running???
The dress looks great, cool colour choice! Glad to hear it fits! =D
Amanda Jean, it is absolutely beautiful and it looks fabulous on you!!!!!
Just awesome! Dress! Dress! Dress!
Great dress! Love the fabric and the style! Congratulations...FYI :) They are now called Family And Consumer Education teachers. :)
It's beautiful - I want to see the rear view - I think it was a halter dress!
VERY nice!! Foxy mama!P
Super super cute!!!
Something pretty to wear to your book signing!!! ;)
Looks good! Congratulations! You will be making tailored suits before you know it.
Very pretty! I love sewing for my 5 year old; but it's a different story when I try to sew for myself! Great job!
Very nice! It looks great on you. Enjoy wearing it.
So pretty! Almost makes me want to make a dress. Almost. :o)
not bad,,,not bad,,,,i think you would have gotten an A,,,,,,,,,,lolol
Not too bad indeed! Now, do you wanna make one for me?
Ficou ótimo e caiu bem.Lindo!
That's so cute!!!afrob outep
What a cute dress!
Aren't you looking very smart! :)
Congratulations, it's lovely!
Looking good!and really does it have to be PERFECTto enjoy it? Just like a quilt...do your best and rejoice in how well you did that day :0).Congratulations on a job well done.Happy Sewing
So Cute!!! Great job!
Adorable! Isn't it nice to do something different for a change? Now get going with sewing for your daughter while she will still wear things you make for her!
It.Looks.Awesome! Way to go, Amanda Jean!!
So cute. If you want to reinforce what you've learned, make another one.
great job on the dress!
it really looks great!! you must be so proud!!
this is beautiful
woot woot, look at you, so glad you made a dress! and it's so beautiful. I might be seeing you in madison on the 10th, crossing my fingers!
great dress and I really love the self portrait/photo. It's awesome!
Very successful! Dress looks great especially on you! Inspiring and thanks for sharing!
You look marvelous!
Love it! So cute and springy!
That is really, super cute. Now I want to make one.
What a cute dress! And you got it for a bargain!
Lookin good! Smiles~Beth
Love it! Nice job!
Really cute. Good job. Have fun at your book signing. I know I sure enjoyed it!
How cute is that!
That dress looks great!! And you look marvelous in it.
It looks so great! So cute!
not too bad? It's great! :) You look lovely.
That dress is gorgeous! Well done!
Looks so good! And it´s really fits. Pattern New Look would be nice to have.
Very pretty dress, looks great on you
It's simply lovely!
You look fantastic!!!
Very cute and one of a kind! I'd give it an A+. Only a home ec teacher would turn it inside out to critique seam finishes, etc.
It's lovely :) And it looks great on you!!!!
It looks lovely. Well done!
Your dress is lovely :) I have this same pattern...for a year now...and just can't bring myself to make it. I love it, but have no clothes sewing talent or ability to read a pattern, for that matter. Yours looks great though! I'm happy it fits :)
All the stuff i sew for myself I never feel looks good enough to actually wear, but yours looks smashing!Do a little happy dance for your awesome finish!
Great dress. It looks very summery.
The dress looks great!! Although I'm slightly worried your face has turned into a camera ;)
Well, that was fast. It looks great, as do you. Go Body-For-Life!
Just lovely. I think you should wear it to your book signing : )
it looks amazing and you do too!! and skinny with great hair!!
AMANDA JEAN!!! What a departure from what I usually see here! Congratulations on a gorgeous sewing project that's not a quilt. I'm looking forward to seeing more along these lines. Good for you!
You look very nice and did a great job on your dress! You could wear anything and look good. The print and color are perfect for summer. C
You look great, so fresh and pretty!
Very cute! You've inspired me...
You look stunning...what a lovely dress...congrats.
Aw, that's so cute! You look adorable! :)
I am a home ec teacher, but today we are called Family and Consumer Science teachers. I teach middle school kids how to sew....your dress looks great!!!!! The insides of the dress get better the more you do....just like the insides of your quilts!
So cute! Way to go, you!
It looks great, well done!.
I wish blogger had a "like" button! Looks great!
Congratulations - you look wonderful!
Great dress! It looks like a great fit and that's what is so important in dressmaking.Enjoy wearing your new dress!
"Even out of the house" -- you're too funny. It looks GREAT!!!
It's BEAUTIFUL!!! I would love to own that dress! ;p
it looks very nice...and I am a Home Economics teacher(retired) !!!hehehehe
That price is pretty awesome, and it looks super cute!
It looks great on you!
So beautiful! What a great job! Thanks for being a constant inspiration!
The dress is fabulous - I'd give you an A! and omg, you are going to be in Madison Thursday...and I have a choir concert for my daughter - dang. it! But peeking over at the shop's site made my day - I have never heard of it, I haven't been sewing much - so to see something so cool is so close - thanks! So sorry to miss you though!
Your dress turned out beautifully! It looks like a great fit on you, and I love the print. Thanks for sharing the pattern info. I'm hoping to make a skirt and a dress this summer, so I need to remember this one.
I am glad you got it done. I bought fabric for a shirt I want to make...we'll see how it goes.
It's gorgeous!!! What a great job! I can't sew clothes. They never fit right. Way to go Amanda Jean!
Tutorial Please!!! =)
Tutorial Please! =)
That looks great!
It is beautiful! I love how it turned out, and now you know you can do it!:)
Good job, and although you have 'dress' on your small project list, I'd say not exactly a small project! The first of many, I'm sure... now that you've got book signings to do. :-)
Very pretty dress!!
I LOVE YOUR DRESS! I'm going to put "sun dress" on my to-do list right now. The dresses in stores all too short, too long, and too expensive. Love you blog!
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