WWII Overalls

Hello Good Sewing People!

For my debut here on WSR, I just wanted to show you my take on the Wearing History WWII Overalls. This is my second ever garment, I just started sewing clothes about six months ago. I am quite happy with how they turned out!

 

 

For more pictures and a review on the pattern, please click the image to get to my blog :) Welcome!

• Meet the Author • PinhouseP


I am a Norwegian gal, born in 1976. I discovered sewing in spring 2013, so I am kind of a newb :) I have always loved everything vintage, and was thrilled to find I could actually make my own vintage inspired clothing using old patterns! I love many different eras, but the 1940s hold a special place in my heart :) I am so glad to have found the online sewing community, so many talented people. Very inspiring :)


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15 comments… add one

  • That’s your second garment?! You did great – it looks fantastic :)

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  • Adorable! Great job! Perfect!

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  • Fantastic and super cute

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  • You are good you!!

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  • wow sweetie, they came out real good
    hugs
    joan in italy

    ps looked at yer blog, luv the blouse too :)

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    • Thank you Joan, for visiting my blog :) It sure means alot to me, and now I get this wonderful confidence boost to keep sewing ;)

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  • What a debut! These look amazing!

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  • I love these! They look so perfect and comfy and stylish!

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  • Ooh These look great! Keep up the good work!

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  • Hey welcome to WeSewRetro!

    These overalls look great, I think they suit you – it’s surprising what works when you try it. I was not sure about full skirts, then I made a dress with a very full skirt, and love them now. I really like the button and button hole details, that’s a nice touch.

    I visited your blog, keep it up, I also love your blouse, what’s next? Can’t wait for your next project…. No pressure!

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  • these are gorgeous :)

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