Simplicity 4700

Hi!

This is my first post at Sew Retro!
I’ve been sewing for years, but, am returning after a fairly long break. I am really enjoying checking out what everyone else is working on!

I made up this version of Simplicity 4700, a 1940s pattern for a couple of hats and gloves.  This is view A. I no longer had the instructions for this pattern but got them through Wearing History, where there is a version of this design for sale. I have to wear hats at work ( I am an instrument tech. at a hospital), but, am pretty bored with the bouffants and don’t like the glare from the lights. So, I think this hat is perfect for me. If you would like to see more photos or read about what I did to the pattern, I discuss it in a bit more detail on my blog.

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• Meet the Author • wundermary


Long-time stitcher, all-around hack.


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5 comments… add one

  • That’s neat! Love the Monopoly fabric.

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  • I like this funny hut :))) Can you show the pattern, please :)?

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  • Love the fabric. What a good idea for work.

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  • that pattern and that fabric are both amazing! i am jealous! you look fantastic by the way ;)

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  • Thanks, all!
    The Wearing History link is to the currently available pattern and here is the vintage version at the Wiki: http://vintagepatterns.wikia.com/wiki/Simplicity_4700_A

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