Vintage Jackpot and Another Completed Dress :)

by Shaysierae on June 20, 2014 · 2 comments

in 1950s,1960s,Dresses,Notions,Sewing Machines


Whoa! I know I just posted yesterday about finishing a dress but the past week has been a very productive one for me and I was able to complete a project that I had gotten half-way through and just wasn’t able to finish at the time! This dress is made out of a wonderful blue cotton from Vintage Vogue V8875 :) This was my first time working with a Vintage Vogue repro pattern and while it presented some interesting challenges and techniques I hadn’t tried before I must say I am pleased with the result!                                                    


I also wanted to share a few vintage treasures that I recently acquired! A close friends grandmother passed away and she was left with boxes of old sewing things like patterns, notions, and fabric. When she asked if there was anything I would like since she wanted to see it go to someone who would get use out of it I of course said yes! I came home with boxes of stuff and I thought you’d like to see some of it :) Feel free to swing by my blog for more pictures and details!

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I am a 24 year old just learning the in's and out's of vintage sewing! I was so excited when i discovered this website and absolutely love the posts that I have found. Currently I am working on a few projects and look forward to posting some of them soon! :)

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Claire June 21, 2014 at 3:32 am

Your dress looks great and I love the shade of blue.
I’d LOVE to receive goodies like you have. You are one lucky lady!


Janet June 23, 2014 at 1:47 am

Fantastic dresses, love them all. It is so good to see women in dresses once again, they are so comfortable and so beautiful. Plus I know I feel more beautiful in a dress than in anything else. Each of your patterns I wish I could have them also, love each and everyone of them. Love your site keep them coming.


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