Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Swirl Sew-along : The Final Post!

Its been a couple of weeks now since I posted the final instructional post for the Swirl Sewalong.  And in that time all the girls have been working their little hearts out to get their dresses finished.  Not everyone made it (life sometimes just gets in the way no matter what we do!) but I hope they still post the photos in the group when they do finish, so I get to see how fabulous they all look.  Everyone has done so well, and I'm so happy that everyone enjoyed my first Sewalong!!!

So here are all the finished dresses!

But because its my blog, we are going to start with me...



Abigail Roberts




 Amber Stivers-Anders


Amy Jansen-Leen


Angela Wicentowich



 Anna Travierso



Claire Gittens



 Daisy Vernimmen



Doris Colerano-Romann



 Esther Hayes



Esther Albantow

 
Eszter Molnar




 Imogheena Farandel




Irene Kwinten


Jane Hassall

Jane gets points for being first in with her Swirl photos!

Jane Parker


 Janine Roberts




Janine showed off and made two!


Jo Brody




Johanna Taggart


Johanna bought this fabulous fabric from me, and I love that she's used a rose shaped button!



 Kacy Burchfield



Katherine McRae




Kelly Dearman


 Leisa Franklin



Loran Watkins



 
Loran also showed off and made two!



 Lynn Potts



Shermy Freeman

 Shermy is too adorable for words!

Mary Mayo


Pamela Smith




 Petra Iriska



Rachael Coutts


Sandra Cox


Sandra wore her Swirl for the first time at Disneyworld!!!  AND made her husband a matching vest!!!


Siobhan Smith


Zoe and Sue Chakos
 
The mother daughter sewing team of the group!

Susan Earlam


Susie-Marie Woods

 I love this photo so much!

Tina Roneklint



Didn't everyone do an amazing job!!!  I love them all so much!!!  Thank you to everyone for making this such a wonderful first experience for me.  I hope you all come back for the next one!!!

Beccie
xxx

21 comments:

  1. I am SO down for the next one!

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  2. They are all fabulous and either some people didn't post them to the group or I missed them so excellent to see them all together. I'm almost done!

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  3. Wow! Everyone did such a great job! Well done, I have been unable to join in this time. But maybe another one sometime!

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  4. There could be said something nice about each and every dress, the fabrics, the trims, the final touch by pairing them with nice accessories for the photographs - I feel like every girl of the group has become a dear friend, as we shared this special experience.

    We had an amazing host for our sew-along, and what can I say, maybe it's just that a wonderful person like you necessarily attracts a whole bunch of lovely sewing girls! Thank you so much for this exceptional experience, we all deeply appreciate the work and and heart you put into that sew-along!

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    1. Here, here, Miss Doris:

      I echo so many of your sentiments above. I could not have said them better. Sew glad to have "met" you too, darling.

      Here's to the future . . . of sewing . . . of international friendships.

      Cheers,

      Lyric

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  5. They ALL did an awesome job,really loved seeing the finished photos..

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  6. Amazing job by each and ever sewer - great to see them all together too :)

    www.mancunianvintage.com

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  7. lovely to see all the different dresses...wauw...on to the next...:-)

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  8. So great to see them all here! What a wonderful experience this was. I'm so glad I got to share this with all you swirly girls. Thank you so much Beccie!

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  9. Fabulous work Ladies! You've inspired me to pull mine out of the rubbish bin!

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  10. These are wonderful! I need a new dress and have the perfect fabric. Now to find the pattern. I want to join the next sew along.

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    1. Well then, come onnnn down, Stephany. You will have a blast, make new friends AND have a new garment to boot.

      Cheers,

      Lyric
      Visit me, Stephany, at http://www.sewlyricallyvintage.wordpress.com

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  11. even though they're all the same dress, each one has it's own personality, love them all! everyone did a fantastic job, I'm not sure how I stumbled across your blog but I'm gald I did lol!

    Helen

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  12. Great post! I loved seeing them all and how everyone added there own little touches!

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  13. such beautiful dresses.. Each one is just beautiful..Wish I would have found this in time..ha
    Happy sewing.

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  14. They all look so different but all so lovely. I wish I had found out abou this earlier.

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