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Pattern Review 12/20/14 1:10 PM
Simplicity - 4044 1940's Retro Suit
Pattern Description: 1940's Retro Skirt, Jacket and Trouser Pattern. Pattern Sizing: Size 14 graded out at hips to 16 because I'm and hourglass. Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? No because I made modifications. Were the instructions easy ... more...
3 comments
 
Pattern Review 10/30/14 5:58 PM
Butterick - 4254 Misses stays and corsets
Pattern Description: this pattern contains 4 versions of corset. Two 18th century stays, one back and one back & front laced. Two victorian corsets. Pattern Sizing: Even though I usually cut a size 14 for butterick patterns on the suggestion of those in the know I cut a size 10. There is a lot of ... more...
7 comments
 
Pattern Review 8/28/14 4:00 PM
Sense & Sensibility - Regency Spencer and Pelisse Regency Spencer and Pelisse
Pattern Description: Regency spencer, open robe and pelisse. Double breasted and meet in the middle with collar options. Pattern Sizing: Cut a size 14 body, used DD darts and cut the biggest size sleeves. (see modifications for details) Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once... more...
11 comments
 
Pattern Review 7/19/14 5:11 PM
Sense & Sensibility - Regency Spencer and Pelisse Regency Spencer and Pelisse
Pattern Description: Regency spencer, open robe and pelisse. Double breasted and meet in the middle with collar options. Pattern Sizing: Cut a size 14 body, used DD darts and cut the biggest size sleeves. Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? ... more...
4 comments
 
Pattern Review 7/19/14 4:58 PM
Sense & Sensibility - Beatrix Jacket Beatrix Jacket
Pattern Description: This tailored jacket pattern was inspired by the styles of the late Edwardian era — and by Beatrix Potter, who wore sturdy walking skirts and fitted jackets while working and sketching around her farm in England. Pattern Sizing: I'm never right out of the packet sized, its a ... more...
2 comments
 

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