Vintage 50s Blouse with Monogram

by ooobop on November 27, 2013 · 3 comments

in 1950s,Blouses,Shirts,Vintage Sewing

simplicity 2195

I don’t often get chance to partake in sewing challenges. My own personal sewing list is long enough and even that is jeopardised by work and small people! But this blouse had a decent deadline and an exciting date to wear the finished shirt to. A bowling date with some really cool bloggers at London’s Bloomsbury Lanes!

simplicity 2195

It’s not strictly a bowling shirt, as you can no doubt see, but with a bit of black piping on the yoke and a hand embroidered monogram, it was the best I could find. And I wasn’t unhappy with it! It works as a day shirt too and sits great with a half circle skirt and my favourite boots, for a lunch date with the Mister!

simplicity 2195 vintage blouse

I did an FBA but other than that it was a very simple make and I am so going to make a gingham one to match the pic on the cover of the pattern.

simplicity 2195

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Gerda November 28, 2013 at 1:04 am

you looks so very vintage

super

Gerda

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ooobop! November 29, 2013 at 3:41 am

Thanks Gerda :-)

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sable calamateos December 1, 2013 at 3:42 pm

I have this exact pattern and am now motivated to go through with it!

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