Crazy Linen

by Archive from Blogger on September 13, 2009 · 2 comments

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I found a super cool piece of vintage linen at a thrift shop a few months back. I turned it into a tunic top for my daughter. I used McCall’s 5456 with a modified sleeve. It’s a very easy pattern to complete, and I’m really happy with the results. You can see pics of this week’s other non-vintage projects on my blog.

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ZipZapKap September 14, 2009 at 9:03 pm

She's a cutey! Is the pink really as day-glo as it seems in the photo?

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Jill September 17, 2009 at 4:28 pm

OH MY GOD! That fabric is a blast from my past – my great aunt taught me how to sew on that same exact fabric. I tossed the skirt I made because I resented that she only gave me ugly fabric to practice on. Now I regret it because that same "ugly" skirt I made 20 years ago would look so very en vogue now. Darn youthful stupidity. Cute cute dress – and thanks for the memory!

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