Miss Crayola Creepy

For Julia Bobbin’s Mad Men Challenge I sewed up this Elisalex dress in a canvas like woven fabric I bought from Mood. While the fabric and pattern are not vintage, I think that the combination of the two gives a look that Megan Draper would possibly wear during this season of Mad Men. Paired with my [...]

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Hello! My first make of the year is a shift dress from the new Burdastyle book, Sewing Vintage Modern. It was a quick dress to make as there are only four pattern pieces and the directions are very straight forward. I simplified the pattern even more by omitting the zipper which saved time. The fabric is [...]

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Hello! My name is Erin and I blog over at Miss Crayola Creepy. A few months ago I made a Cambie dress, which I just love. I think the fabric I chose gives it a retro feel I’m happy with how it turned out and plan on making another Cambie. I just need to find the [...]

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Hi everyone! For Sew Colette last month the project was sewing up the Truffle dress from the Colette Sewing Handbook. I made a wearable muslin with this fun sixties fabric. I am so happy with how it turned out! It was my first time making a wearable muslin and my first time sewing with a [...]

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Hello! I am Erin and I blog over at Miss Crayola Creepy. I followed a sewalong for this slip and I am happy to say that this was the first sewalong I have successfully completed! It was for the 1940s slip pictured above. I used a red cotton for the top portion and a blue with red polka [...]

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I finally finished the capelet I was working on! Sorry about all the keys in the background. My husband and I own a locksmith shop and I decided to take my photos at work I used the pattern by Meg Allan Cole from this book to make the Rockin’ Retro Capelet. The second I saw the pattern [...]

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I don’t know if all JoAnn’s stores are having sales, but the one near me had all the Butterick patterns at $0.99 each!!! I bought the four patterns above for just under $4.00. Hopefully other locations have similar pricing, so all of you can stock up too.

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Hello! This weekend I finished making my first shirt. I used the pattern pictured above and chose View 2. I have actually had the pattern for a while, but the reason that it took me so long to make was because I was procrastinating on putting in an invisible zipper. And it turned out to [...]

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Hello everyone! I am new to the blog and new to sewing as well. My husband got me a sewing machine around a year and a half ago and now I’m hooked. After reading this blog it makes me want to sew and make beautiful clothes like all of you. Can anyone recommend any beginner [...]

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