Thank you so much!
Thank you so much!
I used Vogue 6032 to make up this vintage cape. I had a lot of problems because I’m such a novice sewist, but I think it turned out really well! I’m very pleased with the cape and I just love walki…
Inspired by Marnie Madden from The Hour, I made a wiggle dress modified from Bluegingerdoll’s Billie Jean pattern. I modified the shoulders (to go over the shoulders) and I added a larger vent. It’…
I’m considering this a wearable muslin because I love this top, but I have a few things I want to change. I had issues with the neckline and had to take a few scallops out – but I want them back. …
I’m so happy to have finished this dress in time for fall. There are a few things I’d do differently, but the fabric just would not be have. That said, I’ve been working off and on this for a year …
Thank you! :-)
Thanks! The stripes were definitely the hardest part.
Thank you, thank you!
So true! Thanks!
I feel like I’ve been working on this all summer, but it’s really been a little over a month and it’s been more off than on so I can’t totally complain.
And why would I want to? I love this swi…
I made this pencil skirt over the weekend. I based it on a Butterick pattern, but fairly loosely. I added 4 inches in length, a back vent, tapered it towards the knees, and took out darts around th…
These are so cute! I love them!
As part of the Show Off Your Skivvies challenge, I made french knickers and a lace pajama top, both based on styles from the 40s and 3…
I made this for the Great Gatsby Challenge. I found the draping instructions for this 1924 dress on a vintage website and I followed them almost exactly – just left out the shirring in the back.
This is so unique and I just love the colors! Great job!
This looks amazing! Great job!
Well done, it looks amazing! I can’t imagine all the time and work that went into this!
I love the shape and gathers and especially the color! It looks so great on you!
What a fun print! I love it!
I love the print! So fun! And it looks fantastic on you as well!
Thank you and thanks for the tip! I’ll try that tonight!
Using McCall’s 6449 and printed fabric, I attempted to recreate one of Betty’s dresses. You can read about it here.
Hit the city streets in adventurous looks with utilitarian details like cargo pockets and belts.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
Member Project of the Week
Short jackets like this zebra print bomber by Anniemollison are a must for spring.
The latest pattern bundle features nine vintage reissues from the 50s and 60s.
Pick one of 5 patterns for a new kind of sew along
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