Vintage Sewing

Mod 60’s Simplicity 6594

February 17, 2015

I completed a 1960’s Simplicity skirt a few days ago! I gave myself a break by choosing a project that’s a lot more simple than I normally sew. I made view 2 in the mini length and made the belt loops. The belt is from a box of vintage belts that I was given and the blouse is from an estate sale. I know it is a bit early to post spring clothes, but I am starting early on my spring/summer wardrobe. The skirt is made of vintage fabric, yellow cotton with white flowers. I highly recommend this pattern because the skirt was easy and simple to make, as I didn’t have any issues with it.


  1. This was the pattern with which I learned to sew in home ec, eons ago! It is simple and forgiving, and I remember making a LOT of skirts from it. Nice job.

  2. How cute!! I love a couple of simple skirts. You can do so much with them. I have several of these 60s and 70s basic patterns in my stash that I’ve been wanting to use. The little shell tops and a line skirts and perfect for spring time. Also, -love- your glasses!!!

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