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June 27, 2012

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Ellen

Thanks! I'm thrilled to be the first Gardenia Garment Girl (sorry!).
~Ellen

K-Line

Ellen and I are pattern sisters! I got the same pattern here :-) I've yet to make mine but this is giving me some inspiration.

ginny

Elle, this dress is so flattering and feminine! Your waist looks teeny-tiny! Well done :D

prttynpnk

I love that- so swishy and girly!

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