BeachBright's video review:
Gertie, from Gertie's New Blog For Better Sewing, writes:
"I'll admit that I picked it up once at Borders, flipped through it, and decided it wasn't for me. Some of the embellishment techniques, like neckline ruffles, big rosettes, and crazy-quilted skirt appliques, just aren't really my cup o' tea. But I judged too quickly, readers. Because, on second look, there is a ton of inspiration to be found in here: silk organza petticoats, luscious color combinations, and my absolute favorite: a stunning use of bias strips to embellish an entire dress. Have you ever seen anything so lovely? I want to do this!"
The Party Dress Book was featured as a at Powell's City of Books.
"The Party Dress Book is the most knock-out book on pretty dresses that I've seen in awhile, and certainly the best guide on how to sew them ... If you like flirty and fun dresses, this book will make you very happy."
Karen, from Sewing By The Seat of My Pants, writes:
"The Party Dress is a fun book with luscious photography which I think will really strike a chord with younger sewists who are ready to venture beyond "safe" projects into something really special. The projects in this book give a lot of bang for your buck... As someone who's sewn for more years than I care to admit, Adams' attitude is a breath of fresh air and the dresses shown in the book were an inspiration "
|Kelly Dunwell sends in the first example of a party dress made from the pattern in my book! She says it's easy!|
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