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Posted on:8/13/14 10:03 PM
Project Photo:McCall's: 6752 by ntpolite

Pattern Photo:McCall's 6752
McCall's Pattern Info
Pattern Rating:Easy & Great for Beginners
Review Rating: Helpful by 1 people    Very Helpful by 3 people   
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Available for sale on PR: $17.95 Pattern Details
Fabric:ITY Jersey  [See other projects in this fabric]
Pattern Description: Pullover tops and dresses have neckline variations, and elasticized (seamed) waist. A: lower left side gathers and exposed zipper. A and B: loose-fitting . C: elasticized side seams on lower section. C and D: very loose-fitting, gathered (bias front) bodice. B and D: semi-fitted skirt. Stitched hem A, C and sleeves B. Narrow hem back neckline A, B and neckline/armholes C and D.

Pattern Sizing: (6-8-10-12-14),and (14-16-18-20-22). I made the size 14 because that was the largest in my pattern. I really needed to make a 16 maybe I will grab a larger size when they go on sale. I love this dress

Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? Yes.

Were the instructions easy to follow? Instructions were easy

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? No dislikes. I loved that it only had 4 pattern pieces.
I am an extremely slow sewer but, I cut and sewed this to completion in about 2 hours

Fabric Used: I used a geometric ITY knit print. I think I got it from Fabric Mart but I'm not 100% certain

Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: Because the size I sewed was already a bit snug I opted not to add the elastic in the waist as I figure I will always wear a belt with this one.
I lengthened the bodice 1 inch
I lengthened the skirt 3 inches

Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? Yes just waiting on the perfect fabric to whip this up in.

Conclusion: This is a perfect simple dress. I have no complaints and will be sewing this again when I get the correct size.

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Sue Parrott said... (8/16/14 10:16 PM) Reply
Wow, this is adorable! Everything about it is perfect! Well done!
Debbie Dabbles said... (8/15/14 4:57 PM) Reply
I think it is unanimous .... The fit looks great.
wildbluestarz said... (8/15/14 6:57 AM) Reply
I agree with everyone else, The fit looks great! Good job.
fliggie said... (8/14/14 9:27 PM) Reply
I love patterns that are easy to make and this looks fantastic on you!
sewfie65 said... (8/14/14 11:05 AM) Reply
Great job! Perfect fit and fabric and great styling.
Arted said... (8/14/14 10:58 AM) Reply
Very Cute, I like the fabric.
MrsCharisma said... (8/14/14 10:17 AM) Reply
SUPER cute!
canei said... (8/14/14 8:10 AM) Reply
Nice!!! If you are near a JoAnn's the are .99 cents until the 16th...
cleverkitty said... (8/14/14 7:30 AM) Reply
Looks sassy and fun....perfect fit!
1SewSweet said... (8/14/14 6:00 AM) Reply
I agree, this a very flattering dress on you! Love the fabric!
sensorydeb said... (8/14/14 5:10 AM) Reply
Very flattering!
SewLibra said... (8/14/14 0:55 AM) Reply
Love it!
Wianno Girl said... (8/14/14 0:20 AM) Reply
they should put yours as the pattern photo - I love it!
rieski said... (8/13/14 10:26 PM) Reply
Great looking dress. The fabric is terrific and the fit sure looks fine to me.
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