More Samples of Finished Garments
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If you have a sample you would like to share with us, e-mail a picture and details to us, and we will consider it for inclusion on this page!
"I just can't tell you enough how much I love your plates!!

A modified "Mary Elizabeth" saved me from throwing this dress away. The dots were printed crooked on the fabric, and I had quite a surprise when I pleated the fabric. 

Keep those plates coming!!!!"

Debra P.

"Mary Elizabeth"
Courtesy of Debra Parker
"I am attaching photos of the sundresses I created from your Ultimate Bishop pattern. After making a sample top cut under the armholes and pleating, I fitted to the girls. I cut off 1 1/2" from the top following the edge of the pattern, added a lining to the top so that I could put a short attached slip so the panties did not show."

Pam M.

"Wow! The look great! Look at the bottom edge of the dresses. Just straight across & perfect! You did a great job! Thanks so much for sharing."

Ellen
"I have seen a picture of a sundress and the instructions say use a bishop pattern because of the shaping (drape). I use your Ultimate Bishop pattern but am stumped - it is a dress and the neckline is higher and the sundress is not. Can you be of any assistance? I am wanting to make two granddaughters this dress for a beach wedding."

Pam M.

"I contacted the seamstress and she said they took out 1" for that size. I would recommend removing 1" up to size 18 mos., 1 1/8" for size two, 1 1/4" for sizes three & four, and 1 1/2" for sizes five & six."

Ellen
"I must mention that I love your instructions for the construction of it...especially on the attachment of the neck band."

Sally M.