Here I have three version of Anne Adams 4692. The red and plain blue are both made with a stretch fabric and just slip on,the red a lightweight,plainweave mystery mix,and plain blue is a corduroy.the blue cotton print has a side zipper and two belts,i’m wearing the selfsame fabric belt .still haven’t made any of the accessory’s that [...]
I made this skirt out of half a 70″ round table cloth and a little reversible bolero to match from a vintage pattern.I wish I had added white piping to the bolero,but i didn’t,I hope to add a removable fake fur collar.
I started this sometime before Halloween last year,had the fabric for many more years.I had wanted to do something 50ish with it,this 1963 McCall 6759 was close.Wanting to emphasize the seams I added some glow in the dark rick-rack.Sorry about the dress form pic I don’t think it fit me.though I am curious about adjusting for a [...]
Using this super cute anne adams(date?) pattern I just got off Ebay and with the OWOP in mind I made up three version off this dress(one a shirt)and two reversible collar and a bolero.I made the first dress out of twill with a bit of stretch,didn’t put a zipper in this one its a pull-on(barely).The round [...]
could not resist I had the gingham in my mock-up pile and this cute little 1943 vestee pattern.little bit more on my bloghttp://ladymideva.blogspot.com/
Help with dating this pattern please! There is no date on it and google got me nothing.Would it work for a madmen inspiratin?Any help is appreciated.thanks Misty
I whipped up a little retro hat out of left over cheap green felt.It was surprisingly easy,I used simplicity 3322 style 2.I will be making style 1 and the purse also,got to search the stash for the right fabric.I,ll probably make style one in some red felt today.
Using this cute simplicty 1952 pattern for a dickie,I made one for my halloween costume this year.I ended up putting darts in the back for their was to much room.The rick rack glows-in-the-dark!Sorry so short not good with words,just love sewing and wanting to share.