Vintage Maudella 5213

by Lazy Seamstress

in 1960s,Dresses,Vintage Sewing

I couldn’t resist making another dress from this pattern. I love the fit and the practical style. It’s just such an easy dress to wear.
This time I used a 100% cotton with a woven floral stripe pattern. I had to do a bit of careful cutting to make sure the pattern didn’t look awkward on the princess seams, and I’m very happy with how that worked out.
I just wish the fabric didn’t crease so much. Next time we head out to take photos I’m either taking a travel iron or travelling in my undies and getting dressed at the location!

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Hi, I'm Jeanette, married to Woody and mummy to a large family aged from toddler to teen. I live in the UK in an Edwardian house with frogs in the cellar and chickens in the garden. I love to sew, and particularly love vintage or vintage inspired designs.

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Peggy October 6, 2013 at 11:30 am

Love both the dresses you made from this pattern. Regarding the pressing, creases from wear look just fine……………………….. I see so many garments online that have obviously not been press properly during or after construction.

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Jeanette October 6, 2013 at 11:35 am

Thanks Peggy, ikwym about things not being pressed during construction, it’s a real bug bear of mine, drives me crazy!

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EmSewCrazy October 7, 2013 at 4:22 pm

This looks great! It is a cute and easy wearing style. Ditto Peggy on the wrinkles. It looks pretty wearable to me!

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Anonymous October 8, 2013 at 12:26 am

Great dress! Love!

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