Thanks, Ruthie! I love little details like piping.
Thank you, Miss Jackie! I love it, too.
Thanks, Mary! I only wish I could wear the skirt more often. It’s a little hard to wear a telepho…
2 poodle skirts, for each of the birthday girls! Mine has a telephone applique and my sister-in-law’s an elephant.
See more on my blog, including a photo booth and backyard drive-in: http://rosi…
Thank you, Deanna!
My first dress design! I’m taking a pattern making class, and this is the first finished garment I have made from one of my patterns. I call it “The Hallettsville Dress”, after the small Texas town…
Thank you, Mary!
Thank you! Overalls are the epitome of comfort, that’s for sure!
This Rosie in her overalls! Pattern is from Wearing History.
Pattern from Gertie’s New Blog for Better Sewing. Blogged here: http://rosiewednesday.blogspot.com/2013/02/plaid-wintertime-jumper.html
Oh, congratulations to you as well!
Thanks! It was my first time to stitch with Liberty, and I’m going to have a tough time going bac…
This is super cute! I love how you styled it with the striped shirt underneath, too.
A handmade teddy for my nephew, born last week! Supplies from a kit from Purl Soho.
See more of Teddy here: http://rosiewednesday.blogspot.com/2013/10/liberty-and-wool-teddy-bear.html
Thanks! It is super fun to wear.
Thank you, Ellen! I got lucky and found it at my first stop at Joann’s!
The pattern for this is Vintage Vogue 8811, and I was inspired by a vintage ad I saw for a very similar dress! See the ad and more photos: http://rosiewednesday.blogspot.com/2013/10/vogue-8811-vint…
I’ve sewn up Joan’s blue shirtwaist dress using a vintage pattern! http://rosiewednesday.blogspot…
Thanks, Cathy! I actually got this in Prague when I was visiting over the summer.
Thank you! I am planning on doing a sew along for it, probably starting in January if you want to…
Simplicity 3833, a pattern reprint from the 1960s. This shift has a bit of shape to it, which is nice for us curvy girls!
Oh ya, another Emery sewer! I can’t wait to see other versions pop up. I was a pattern tester, so…
Thank you, Mara!
Thank you! Happy is a great word for it – I love bright colors!
I’ve gone Emery Dress crazy! This is my third version, with a collar and 3/4 sleeves. It’s a fun leaf print for the fall.
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