White Dresses - was Ceilidh Dress

John Veranth

Message 21092 · 22 Apr 2000 08:47:20 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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Deva's "Tara" dress is also a good demo dress and is light enough to be
worn under a skirt as blouse + petticoat.

Martha Veranth
Salt Lake City UT

>One source is the home-sewers operation, Deva Lifewear.
>
>Online at devalifewear.com
>
>The "trapeze" dress is a very lightweight, simple dress in princess lines.
>You might want to wear a full slip underneath.
>
>Also a good source for men's shirts.
>
>Their cottons are wonderful.
>
>Pat
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jim and Donna Ferguson [mailto:xxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx]
>Sent: Friday, April 21, 2000 6:48 PM
>To: xxxxxxxxxx@xx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx-xxxxxxxxx.xx
>Subject: White Dresses - was Ceilidh Dress
>
>
>Speaking of white dresses, are they as hard for everyone else to find as
>they
>seem to be for folks in our area (Ohio)? Trying to find a casual white
>dress
>that you can add a sash to for demos at games and other summer activities is
>really difficult. Dressier ones for evening and winter wear are not quite
>as
>elusive.
>Some company with Celtic interests is missing the boat by not having some
>patterns to choose from where a group can send in measurements and have
>several
>made. Perhaps there is such a place, and we just don't know where to
>look?????
>
>Donna
>
>> >The dress she is speaking about would be white with a tartan sash.
>> >
>
>
>--
>Jim and Donna Ferguson <xxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx>

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