1. Really love this blouse, very flattering on you. I’m not familiar with DuBarry patterns so I’ll certainly be following your progress with them.

  2. That is such a great top, absolutely love it! Have had a fear of 30s patterns, but this and the lovely 30s dress by another sewer (sewist?) a few days ago on here, really make me want to try some out!

  3. This looks lovely! I love the material you chose. Not only did you line it up perfectly but there is so much interesting details that you’ve done — like the front panel,waist line, sleeves and the flower. Well done!!!

  4. Nathalie-
    The 1930’s produced some of the most beautiful fashion designs and flattering styles! A really good place to look for 30’s patterns is the Vintage Pattern Library. The Vintage Pattern Library sells reproductions of original patterns from many an era, and they have a LOT of 1930’s patterns. They have an eBay store AND a website (vpll.org). You probably already know about VPL, but I get so excited about it that I have to tell everyone. Hehe.

  5. Bessie, no I didn’t really know about the VPL. I vaguely remember going onto the site in the past, but because it’s called the ‘lending library’ and I live in the UK, I never explored further. I see they do sell patterns too though, so I shall be doing a whole lot of exploring in the near future! Many thanks for the info.

  6. I love it! The fabric is sensational and the flower accent, perfect 🙂 I think I need to track this pattern down!

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