sew country chick

        I love sewing with children’s vintage patterns.So many modern patterns for children are sort of sack like and shapeless. I love how the styles from the forties are fitted and stylish, while being practical at the same time! This little dress was made from a thrifted men’s shirt and my 1942 [...]

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    I made myself a playsuit! The fabric is vintage madras I bought at the Rose Bowl Flea Market and the pattern is from the early forties. Visit me at Sew Country Chick for more pics and info!

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This is a dress I designed for the Burdastyle Vintage Modern Challenge. I was inspired by the migrants from the midwest who populated the ranch area in California where I live. To see more visit my blog Sew Country Chick

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This is my second version of the Crepe pattern. I used a lovely vintage fabric I found on a road trip in Oregon. To read how to attach a lining to this pattern click here. also I am looking for sewists to post photo links to their blogs at my weekly sewing linky party, Sew [...]

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  Im loving this new format We sew retro! I just have to learn this wordpress posting a bit more now. I cant figur out how to post these photos. Maybe you should do a little tutorial on this? If any of you follow my blog Sewcountrychick I recently switched form blogspot to www.sewcountrychick.com  and my [...]

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