Fall for Cotton Thirties Dress

Just finished in time, my Fall for Cotton challenge dress.

 

Hopefully it captures a thirties’ spirit, which a gathered top, straight skirt with inverted pleat and slim sleeves with a pointed cuff, good fun all round but surprisingly wearable!

 

I was inspired by some deco cotton in my stash and knew I had to have a vintage 30′s pattern to make the most of it.  For more info on the construction visit my blog here.

 

• Meet the Author • cawmags


Living in the North West of England and working in education. Love sewing and knitting especially vintage styles.


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  • OMG ,adorable! I love these utilitarian 1930′s dresses. I have two and I really need to make them.

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      I’m actually surprised, too, at how wearable my 1930′s patterns have been. I’m pretty much the opposite of the ideal 1930′s silhouette–big hips, short legs, scrawny shoulders–but once I do some minor tweaks for fit (letting the hips out, mostly), the finished dress always fits and approximates the look much better than I ever thought it would. Amazing.

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  • Great dress.

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