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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> OOP (Misses' Duster, easy-tosew-50c)

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Posted on:2/10/07 3:36 PM
Last Updated:2/10/07 3:36 PM

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AnneM said... (2/20/07 8:15 AM) Reply
Sounds like a fun experience for you. And your review might inspire some folks to try vintage patterns!
cherry said... (2/10/07 8:22 PM) Reply
Thank you both Marys! Yes it is a cotton, which I bought probably ten years ago, thinking to make a kimono-style robe. The trim came out of my stash of odds and ends, it's just a narrow ribbon, probably from Joanns. I love working with old patterns, the older the better. I have made many as community theater costumes, not reviewed as they are always in a hectic rush.
Mary Reed said... (2/10/07 8:15 PM) Reply
LOVE IT! I just picked up several old (1960's), half sized patterns. They are drafted beautifully. I know that computers help with creating all the new fashion, but when I see your work, I am wistful for the "olden days." Thank you for you review.
Mary Stiefer said... (2/10/07 6:45 PM) Reply
This looks lovely. I really like the fabric - is it cotton? Is that a pink ribbon that you've used for trim. Looks great. Would love to get a few more details. This will make a great house dress.
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