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Pattern Review 1/31/15 9:44 PM
Simplicity - 1610 Misses Dress
I love how my first dress from New Look 6966 turned out, especially the fit of the bodice and sleeves. I wanted to make another one, but different. I stumbled across this coatdress when looking for ideas for this contest, and it was perfect. I simply cut the dress pattern off straight across at t... more...
Pattern Review 11/15/14 10:00 PM
Contest - Sewing Bee Round 2
Sewing Bee Week Two - Re-Fashion Men's Button Down Shirts into a New Garment What new garment did you make? A femine, romantic lace-trimmed blouse. How many shirts did you use? One, a Bill Blass "wrinkle free pinpoint" cotton polyester blend dress shirt size medium. Did you use a pattern for... more...
Pattern Review 11/7/14 10:54 PM
Contest - Sewing Bee Round 1
Sewing Bee Week One - A-Line Skirt Pattern Used and how it fits the criteria: OOP Vogue 9012 is a classic A-line skirt with a standard waistband, hook and eye closure, side zipper, and 1" inch hem. I added a lining to fulfill the requirements. Fabric Used-Material Content and Yardage: 1 1/2 ... more...
Pattern Review 10/31/14 10:53 PM
New Look - 6966 OOP Misses Dresses
This is apparently a popular pattern number. None of the pictures that came up on a Google search are the right ones for my pattern. I will need to find time to scan my copy. Pattern Description: Misses dresses with shawl collar, double-breasted front bodice, and long sleeves. View 1 has contra... more...
Pattern Review 9/1/14 7:47 PM
Butterick - 5215 Short Sleeved T-Shirt
Fabric Used: Heathered grey tube rib knit from Pink printed poly-cotton interlock knit purchased decades ago from Hancock Fabrics Medallion print rayon spandex knit from Fabric Mart Turquoise sueded knit from Pattern Description: By Connie Crawford, "Classic T-tops made espec... more...

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